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.
When your parents are no longer in a position to remain autonomous due to old age, you may begin to worry about their general well-being. Therefore, you can entrust a home care service provider who understands the importance of maintaining a good...Read More
Although the next holiday is not for a few months, other days are worth celebrating and it does not have to be only on Grandparents Day. It is essential to admire and give love to the people who raised you and love you most, including the seniors in...Read More
Senior Safety: Now that your mom lives by herself, you worry about her. Is she lonely? Does she find it easy to do the things your dad used to do? Can she replace a burned-out light bulb or climb the ladder to change the batteries in smoke, fire, and...Read More
Home Care Assistance: Caring for a senior with low vision can be highly challenging for a family. That is when it is a good idea to hire home care assistance. They will help rearrange furniture and make...Read More
Elderly Care Tips: Understanding what is most likely to contribute to dehydration allows you and your elderly family member to ensure that you’re both making the best choices for her situation. Some causes are more likely to apply to your senior, but...Read More
Senior Care: Does somebody you care about need help? Somebody of advancing years? A senior? It might be your mother or your father or grandparent or your spouse or a sibling. It might even be a close friend. It doesn’t matter who it is, but the senior...Read More
Adults have a major responsibility to take care of their sick and aging parents. Many adults don't imagine their parents becoming seniors and do not fully comprehend the extent to which their aging parents would affect them. Figuring out your needs,...Read More
Senior Health: It's often confusing for older adults to keep track of their medical needs. Some tests need to be completed every few years to stay on top of senior health. Others are yearly. This makes it...Read More
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