COVID-19 UPDATE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made some changes to our available client services as well as our administration. (Read More)
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our agency continues adapting and implementing protocols to maintain the health and safety of our clients and care staff. Our care managers have resumed working from our office, and are available for in home assessments and check in visits. We are in compliance with the California Department of Public health vaccination mandate as well as the Los Angeles County public health vaccination mandate. We have also implemented an electronic check-in system which asks our care staff screening questions per county and state public health guidelines prior to clocking in for each shift.
One of your most significant worries while preparing a home care schedule for your elderly parents is ensuring that your parents receive the best level of care they need. You want to ensure that your parents receive the best care even when you cannot...Read More
Talking to your parents about aging can be a challenging, intense, and multifaceted discussion. Discussing the move to assisted living or hiring a home care service can be overwhelming to you and your parents, and therefore it's understandable if you...Read More
After surgery or a serious fall, proper wound care is vital for healing. Your dad fell while getting out of the bathtub and ended up with a gash on his head. He's been to the ER and had the gash stitched. The doctor said he'll need someone to help him...Read More
If you are a family caregiver for your elderly loved one, there are going to be some concerns that you have. Maybe you haven’t started taking care of your loved one yet. If that is the case, knowing more about the common concerns that many family...Read More
As he gets older, your dad is insistent that he wants to stay in his home. You'll do whatever it takes to make sure that happens. But, you also need to make sure he stays healthy and happy. Use this checklist to know where he needs help such as...Read More
As your parents age, they may be unable to carry out certain activities with ease like they used to. This, therefore, makes it crucial to do physical activities and master some new skills. Apart from having fun and something interesting to do, mental...Read More
Senior Care: As we age, our sleep habits shift. In their 70s, the typical person sleeps an hour and a half less than they did in their twenties. Many older folks have difficulty falling asleep at night, awakening often during the night, and finding it...Read More
Parents play an integral part in our lives, and when they suffer from chronic illnesses or an injury that leaves them in a position that requires constant care, you will have to check several options to come up with one that best suits you. Juggling...Read More
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