We provide care to older adults in their homes, partnering with our clients to improve their quality of life through exceptional care and care management.
We view the opportunity to provide care to you or a loved one as a privilege.
For us, there is nothing more rewarding than helping seniors and their families by providing care that truly enhances overall well being and the enjoyment of life.
This is our mission.
Whether you have an immediate need for care and assistance, questions about care options or would like to learn about additional local senior resources, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Eating Well As You Get Older
Eating a well-planned, balanced mix of foods every day has many health benefits. For instance, eating well may reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, bone loss, some kinds of cancer, and anemia. If you already have one or more of these chronic diseases, eating well and being physically active may help you better manage them...> Read more
Intergenerational Communication Fosters Aging Safety With New Technology
Today's elder population are seeking ways to stay at home "aging in place" safely while maintaining their independence with dignity. Maintaining communication with family members increases socialization that is vital for seniors living alone. Caregivers need help with monitoring their activity. Falls management is a key consideration in keeping an aging elder safe. Following good eating and sleep habits are important to the health of the entire family. New technology is available to aide in all of these issues... > Read more
Consumers Guide to Home Safety for Seniors
Remaining independent in your home often requires some adjustments or improvements to your home so your home is a safe environment that allows you to function better and more comfortably. These adjustments can range from small changes that don't cost anything and can be modified by the senior, their families or caregivers, to more significant home improvements which may require monetary investment and the hiring of a contractor.
Seniors are a statistical risk for accidents on the road because of physical limitations. However, they can also reduce their accident-risk rate by 50 percent from brain stimulation and enhanced knowledge about the road... > Read more
Are you concerned about falls at home or in the community? Have you or an older adult that you know fallen recently? If so, you are not alone. One out of three seniors over 65 may experience a fall each year. However, there is strong evidence that taking appropriate preventive measures can reduce fall risks among older adults. Click below for information on how to prevent falls and serious injury:
Top 10 Tips on How to Avoid Home Care Quality of Life Pitfalls
A senior's quality of life is almost completely determined by how the people responsible for their care treat and provide for them. As if becoming dependent on others wasn't hard enough, now they have no choice but to put their trust into caregivers they do not know and are asked to welcome into their homes.
And then there is the issue of money and paying for care and how this effects a senior's quality of life.In most cases, a senior pays for their own home care services through funds they have set aside expressly for such. Yet they are often deemed unfit to manage their own finances and person and someone else, namely an adult child or fiduciary.... > Read more
This year's course will offer top notch experts with presenters from around the country. The California District Attorneys Association is proud to expand this training to a National Symposium.
Elder Care Radio Show
FRIDAYS, 12:30-1PM (KSRO 1350AM)
SATURDAYS, 8:30-9:00 (KNEW 910 AM AND KFRC 1550 AM)
Specialists who have been in the industry for decades share their expertise about elder care. Take a 30-minute break each week to tune in to the live show or to a podcast with Kira Reginato.
There are many holiday activities for seniors throughout the Bay Area.
Check the recreation centers in your city to get the most current listing of holiday activities and events.
Holiday activities for seniors in Northern San Mateo County:
Dec. 2: Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony, Veterans Memorial Recreation Center in San Bruno City Park, 5:30 p.m.
Dec. 3: Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony at City Hall, 501 Primrose, Burlingame, 5:30 p.m.
Dec. 4: Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony at City Hall, 621 Magnolia Ave., Millbrae, 5 p.m.