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 personalize each client's care to ensure the delivery and on-going skilled management of care.
We do this by providing Geriatric Care Management (GCM) with our home care and by employing excellent caregivers.
We offer Three Levels of Care:
Companion Care, Personal Care and
All Levels of Care are delivered on an hourly or live-in basis.
Whether you have an immediate need for home care, questions about available home care options or would like to learn about additional local senior resources, please do not hesitate to contact us.
The Risks of Taking Too Many Drugs
Taking too many drugs such as prescription drugs, over-the-counter (OTC) products, herbs and supplements can cause poor medication results, but there are steps seniors can follow to prevent medical harm. Click here to view this article.
Tips on Lowering Drug Costs
Pharmacies, federal and state government programs, and even the drug companies themselves offer programs to offset the high costs of drugs. Learn where you can go for low cost prescriptions. Click here to view article.
Dramatic Increases in the Number of Seniors Using Social Media
Many seniors are intimidated by the use of social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, but with AARP's training courses, seniors are gaining the confidence to utilize social networking to stay connected with friends and family. See how these seniors are becoming Social Media Savvy!
Good Options for Giving Up the Car
For seniors who can't drive anymore, there are plenty of alternatives: from public transportation to living in a "walkable" community. Click here to view article.
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:
Please allow me to introduce myself before I speak about 'Quality of Life'. My name is Tara Bradley and I am a Partner and the Director of Client Care at Seen Elder Care. I have over 10 years experience as a psychotherapeutic counselor, geriatric care manager, program director, and consultant. I am developing innovative care programming and managing the delivery of unparalleled home care and gcm services to the elders Sesen Elder Care serves. I am going to be blogging here about providing elders with the best quality of life possible.
We hear so much about the quality of one's care, but so much less about the quality of their lives. If care is but a part of their life, why is the focus on the care and not the life of, in this case, a senior. Is it because they are viewed as having less life left to live and are seen as mostly requiring care? Whatever the reason, those who focus on quality of life don't have much time to contemplate this dynamic....Read More>
17th Annual Talk With a Pharmacist Day
Saturday, October 20, 2012
10:00a to 3:00p
Hillsdale Shopping Center Center, San Mateo,CA
The 17th annual Talk With a Pharmacist Day is presented by the San Mateo County Pharmacists Association. It is an excellent opportunity to ask a pharmacist about medications and learn about adverse drug reactions.
Professional counseling is available on medications along with free screenings for hypertension,cholesterol levels,osteoporosis, and blood glucose levels. Flu and pheumonia immunizations will also be available. Read more...
Alzheimer's Disease Circle of Care: 8th Annual Conference for Families
Saturday, October 27, 2012
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Crowne Plaza Hotel. 1221 Chess Drive, Foster City, CA
This annual education conference is designed to meet the needs of families caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease. It is also open for professionals who would like to learn more about Alzheimer's disease, care skills to approach the disease, and defined hopes for the future. Click on the links below for more information and to register.
Are you caring for someone with dementia? Feeling stressed?
This brand new 8-week program is specifically designed for professional and family caregivers of persons with dementia. It is also appropriate for health care providers serving dementia patients.
Learn how the practice of mindfulness can help you cope with the challenges and stresses of dementia care, and also greatly improve the experience of the person in your care. Read More>
More on Mindfulness-Based Dementia Care... Click Here
Senior Resource Event: "A Lifetime of Independence"
November 7, 2012 1:30 - 4:00 PM Foster City Recreation Center, Senior Wing 650 Shell Boulevard, Foster City, CA 94404
Seniors, family caregivers, professionals working with seniors and anyone with an elderly or disabled loved one are invited to attend. Elder care professionals from the community will provide educational presentations and information about senior resources specific to maintaining independence.
Free to Public. Refreshments will be provided at 1:30pm.
To reserve your seat, please call the Foster City Recreation Center Senior Wing at