SENIOR HOME CARE SERVING ALAMEDA AND CONTRA COSTA COUNTIES

24/7 CARE, HOURLY CARE AND TEMPORARY CARE

YOUR BEST YEARS, IN THE BEST PLACE…HOME!

YOUR BEST YEARS, IN THE BEST PLACE…HOME!

Temporary Senior Care in the East Bay

Serving Seniors in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties

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Temporary Senior Care

When is Temporary Care Appropriate?

No matter what your situation is, there are times in everybody’s lives when a helping hand is welcome. Our caregivers can ease your burden by taking care of personal needs such as assistance with bathing and hygiene as well as tasks like grocery shopping, transportation, and other errands.

  • Following surgery
  • Recovering from an illness
  • Partner is ill
  • Primary caregiver is on vacation
  • Primary caregiver needs a break
  • Home situations beyond your control
Following Hospital Stay

Compared to years past, hospital stays have been reduced to the bare minimum. When patients are discharged, they are usually just beginning their recovery and may require assistance in following the recovery plan.  After surgeries such as hip or knee replacement, patients often need help with mobility – especially if they live in a multi-story house.

And that’s just the start.  Everyday chores that require driving such as grocery shopping or getting to follow-up doctor appointments can become difficult.

Caregivers are an excellent temporary resource to provide assistance in these situations.

  • Insure that clients follow the medication schedule as prescribed by their doctor
  • Transportation to all follow-up appointments
  • Grocery shopping and meal preparation with a focus on providing an appropriate diet
  • Participation with physical therapy
  • Provide encouragement and support during the recovery process
Respite Care: When The Primary Caregiver Needs a Break

In many situations, the primary caregiver is a family member. In fact, according to the National Center on Caregiving, “About 34.2 million Americans have provided unpaid care to an adult age 50 or older in the last 12 months. [National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP. (2015). Caregiving in the U.S.]”

While caring for a loved one is often rewarding and fulfilling, there are times when the caregiver needs a break.  At Aging in Place Home Care, our professionally trained caregivers are available on a short-term basis to provide this assistance.

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“We’ve found that many people don’t realize that professional caregivers are available to assist even on a temporary basis. This is a great resource to fill in the gaps when necessary.”

Part time home care can be an excellent supplement to help people who reside at an assisted care facility. Our one to one ratio caregivers provide a level of service that’s impossible for assisted living facilities to match.

Matching the Caregiver to the Client

At Aging in Place Home Care, we’ve learned that choosing the right caregiver makes a world of difference. During our intake process, we take the time to learn everything we can about our new client.  For instance, we’ll ask questions such as:

  • Do you usually enjoy playing cards, board games or watching movies together?
  • Do you like to take frequent outings for a change of scenery?
  • What types of meals do you enjoy?  What food allergies and sensitivities do they have?
  • What kind of music do you enjoy?
  • Do you like walking and the outdoors?
  • Are you interested in political discussions?

Testimonials

"Aging in Place Home Care cared for my ailing mother who had dementia and could not be left alone. My mother looked forward to her caregiver everyday and was excited every time she came. Her caregiver was kind, patient and caring. She made sure her meals were prepared daily and meds were taken on time. This gave me and my wife the peace of mind we needed since my mom lived by herself. I would absolutely recommend Aging in Place Home Care to anyone with family member who needs help at home."

Brent H.

"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

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4695 Chabot 4695, Suite 200
Pleasanton, CA 94588

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