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.
Being a caregiver means that sometimes you may find it difficult to balance everyone's needs as well as you'd like, especially your own. This can lead to you feeling impatient, which isn't a friendly emotion for the people around you to...Read More
The name for low blood sodium levels is hyponatremia. It can hit at any age, but it's more prevalent in senior citizens. It's especially prevalent in seniors who take certain medications, have problems with adrenal and thyroid gland function, or have...Read More
With an undiagnosed hearing problem, your aging family member may find it difficult to communicate with you and other people around her. These clues can let you know that it's time to get to your senior's doctor. She Doesn't Respond When You Talk to...Read More
Your parent may ultimately have difficulty dressing themselves. This may be due to the pains of arthritis, a recent surgery or illness, or one of the forms of dementia that leave them unable to remember many of their daily routines. Fortunately, there...Read More
Now that you've finally convinced your senior to start exercising and her doctor has given her the all clear, it's time to look at safety. Following some of these tips can help your senior to avoid injury and to stay as safe as possible while...Read More
Whether your elderly family member experiences anxiety every single day or just now and again when she's in unusual circumstances, it's important to know how to proceed. Having a plan and understanding how anxiety affects your aging adult can help her...Read More
Named "Caring Star of 2018" for Senior Care Service Excellence Mom's Home Care is pleased to announce it has been selected as a "Caring Star of 2018” for in-home care service excellence. In ratings and reviews from family caregivers and cognitively...Read More
If your aging parent has recently suffered a heart attack, one recommendation that you have likely heard for boosting their health and helping them to reduce their risk of another heart attack is to lose weight. Being overweight or obese greatly...Read More
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