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A-1 Personal Services for Elder Care

Health Care Professionals that go the Extra Mile

Understanding the sensitivity of an elderly loved one’s emotional state of being, our health care professionals go the extra mile to preserve our senior clients’ dignity while providing quality personal care. Transitioning from independence to dependence on another individual for one’s daily activities, it is hard to surrender that freedom to someone else who has to take care of you. Rest assured that A-1 Home Care’s non medical agency gives you only the best nurse aides, home health aides, caregivers, and senior companions who think of your loved one’s best interests above their own. Our personal care services include Dementia Care, Alzheimer Care, Incontinence Care, Post-Partum Care, Companion Care, Respite Care, After Surgery Care, Hospital Sitters, Cancer Care, Short and Long Term Care, Child Care, Bipolar Care, Special Needs Care, Post Stroke Care, Arthritis Care, Parkinson Care, Hospice Care and Hourly Care.

Private Caregiving Assistance

A family member who is taking care of an elderly loved one may not understand what the senior is going through. Many household leaders take on the role as the primary family caregiver for someone who has lost the ability to take care of himself due to illness. Without prior caregiving experience, a family member may unintentionally cause embarrassment or awkwardness for the elderly because she may not be used to giving Incontinence Care, for example. Our trained and experienced home health aides provide the kinds of services that the elderly want. A-1 Home Care’s non-medical agency serves Los Angeles County and Orange County in the cities of Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Studio City, Brentwood, Beverly Hills and the surrounding areas.

To arrange for a free in home assessment, Please call (310) 657-8780!

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Reduce the Chances of Having a Heart Attack for Santa Monica Seniors & Elderly

Millions each year will experience a heart attack this year. Some will survive and, unfortunately, others will not. It is one of the scariest conditions to ever be in, especially if it is being monitored.

Posted July 11th, 2018
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