Aging in Place
Home Care

(925) 660-7090

Caring for seniors at their homes in the East Bay communities of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties

Aging in Place
Home Care

(925) 660-7090

Caring for seniors at their homes in the East Bay communities of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties

Hourly Care

Aging in Place Home Care offers hourly care to seniors who need limited assistance with needs such as bathing, dressing, transportation and cooking.

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Short Term Care

Short term caregivers can be an excellent resource for people recovering from a surgery or needing fill-in help when the primary caregiver is unavailable.

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24/7 Care

When around-the-clock care is necessary, we are here to help. Our trained caregivers will be at your home to help you with daily tasks, to intervene in emergency situations and most importantly, to be a companion.

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What We Do

Allowing Your Loved One to Maintain Their Independence by Staying At Home Where They Are Most Comfortable.

At Aging in Place Home Care, we employ caregivers who are chosen because they love what they do.

We believe that a senior’s golden years should be spent at home where they can age with dignity.  The goal of our caregivers is to better the lives of those they care for through service of the heart and the mind. We carefully vet and match our caregivers to our seniors and the process often results in life long companionship.

Some of the services that our caregivers provide include:

  • Grocery shopping and nutritious meal preparation
  • Light housekeeping and laundry
  • Bathing, dressing, grooming and incontinence
  • Helping to reduce cognitive decline through brain games by Brain IQ©
  • Mobility and bed and wheelchair transfers
  • Medication reminders
  • Transportation to doctor appointments
  • Transportation for errands and personal events


"Very professional and caring. They made my mother feel safe and she received excellent care. Highly recommend."

Deborah Champion

"Due to a stroke that immobilized my left side; we needed someone to come in while my wife was at work. They have done an excellent job working with us. They have provided knowledgeable, caring providers and have been amenable to any scheduling changes. Hilda and Francois have been wonderful to work with;and, quite frankly, I can't speak highly enough of the entire organization."

Douglas P Mulnix

"Aging in Place Home Care was there for me when I needed them the most. They cared for my wife who suffered from Lou Gehrig’s disease until the end. The office staff and caregivers were extremely professional, highly skilled, compassionate, but most of all, reliable. I could always count on them to be there for my wife. They went above and beyond my expectations. I would recommend them to all of my friends and family."

Tom Laios

How We Can Help You

When people begin to lose their independence, it can be an overwhelming feeling. Even small daily tasks like shopping or dressing can become difficult. That’s where our caregivers come in. They take care of the small things and allow your loved one to maintain their dignity and independence at home.

Preparing Meals

If meal preparation is a need for your loved one, let us know.  Some of our caregivers also have a background in culinary services and are skilled at accommodating dietary requirements.


When we take on a new customer, we make every effort to match the senior with a caregiver. Our goal is to build a long term relationship that offers much more than simply care.

Dressing and Bathing

Our trained and licensed caregivers will discreetly assist with dressing, bathing and personal hygiene needs.

Brain HQ for Dementia Care

Aging in Place Home Care is a partner provider of Brain HQ. Brain HQ is an online brain-training system that was designed by an international team of neuroscientists.  It is particularly helpful therapy for seniors facing memory loss, Alzheimer, dementia or stroke recovery.

Mobility Care

Our caregivers are trained in the techniques required to do proper transfers from wheelchair to bed, wheelchair to car and wheelchair to toilet. They are also trained in fall prevention techniques.

Prevent Readmission

According to one study, nearly 20 percent of Medicare patients discharged from a hospital are readmitted within 30 days. Caregivers reduce readmission by assisting with medication schedules and physical therapy routines. Some patients try to do too much too early and caregivers are there to prevent re-injury by helping with daily tasks.


4695 Chabot 4695, Suite 200
Pleasanton, CA 94588

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