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.
Seniors for Seniors
Muttville is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving the lives of senior dogs. On a local level, Muttville rescues senior dogs and finds them new homes or gives them hospice.
Muttville proudly supports a Seniors for Seniors program in which adoption fees for people over the age of 65 are waived. We believe strongly in the health and wellness benefits of a canine companion to people of all ages, but we get great joy from matching a senior dog with a senior person. Muttville is pleased to send all of our dogs to their new owners after a full veterinary exam and blood panel which costs $100. Read more...
Senior Health - Living Long and Prospering in San Mateo County
On January 31, 2013, local decision makers, health advocates, and other community leaders will convene in Millbrae to discuss the future of senior health in San Mateo County. View the report
Sustainable San Mateo County, in partnership with the Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter and the San Mateo County Health System, will present "Senior Health-Living Long and Prospering in San Mateo County," continuing a series of Healthy Communities Forums that began in 2011 across the region.Read more...
Projects Get Families Talking About End-of-life Care
Making your wishes known "is a gift to your loved ones because it relieves the burden of that guesswork," says ethics lawyer Nathan Kottkamp.
Talking about serious illness and death is hard. That's why so few people do it. But it's important. That's why there's a growing movement to get more of these conversations going among families and friends - and to help more people get control over the kind of medical care they want at the end of their lives. The latest effort is a website called "Prepare" (www.prepareforyourcare.org).
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.
This six-week program provides one-on-one attention within a group setting. It begins with an assessment of your current balance and risk of falling. Participants progress through a set of balance training activities including identifying and strengthening your center of gravity, using all your senses to help balance, improving posture and style of walking and increasing strength, endurance and flexibility. Learn more...
Mindfulness Based Dementia Care Program February 7 - March 28, 7 - 9:30 pm
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. This brand new 8-week program is specifically designed for professional and family caregivers of persons with dementia. Learn more ...
Exercise Your Brain with Bay Area Educational Lectures Beginning February 26, 2013
Did you know that stimulating your brain improves your mental health just like exercising your body improves your physical health? Bay Area Older Adults is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes the health and well--being of adults age 50+ through education, outreach and healthy living programs They are hosting an educational lecture series designed to stimulate your mind and inspire your creativity. Learn more...
Elder Care Radio Show
Fridays: 12:30-1PM (KSRO 1350AM)
Saturdays: 8:30-9:00 AM (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.