Geriatrics Home Care Services

In-Home Care/ Assisted Living Services in San Francisco, California

What is Geriatric Home Care?
Geriatric Home Care usually means that senior citizens should be permitted the opportunity to age in their own house. With a sufficient degree of care and help that is required, they can remain comfortable and also safe in the house.

This is the primary reason professional in-home caregivers are diligent in ensuring their senior clients can stay independent while at the same time getting the maximum degree of care in their home.
Our clients receive care and assistance with their activities of daily living (ADLs) and/or chores around the house.
We offer the best in-home care support programs, with caregivers also providing companionship to the client and respite (a break from caregiving) for family members.

Our Geriatric Home Care Solutions
Home care for the elderly generally refers to non-medical companion-type services. The services are intended to help the senior reside in the home and thrive in his or her surroundings. Some of these services may include but not limited to:

  • Companionship
  • Personal Care Support
  • Transportation
  • Alzheimer's/ Dementia Care
  • Meal Preparation
  • Medication Reminders

Geriatric Home Care can be a great solution for situations that are very challenging. It is a preferred choice for most aging seniors. A supportive team can help enhance the client’s health and overall well-being. If you have questions about Geriatric Home Care, please talk to our friendly staff today.

Understanding the Need for Geriatric Home Care Services
The past few years has seen an increase in the number of seniors who are living longer. The older population is living longer lives and staying healthy, in part, due to the medical advancements.

The additional years to seniors' lives are healthy ones rather than ones that are debilitating!

But with an increased aging population, there is a higher need for long-term care choices such as Geriatric Home Care. More seniors are opting to remain in their own homes rather than moving into long-term care communities or facilities.

We have also seen an increase in the number of families who are inquiring about guidance and advice in matters that are related to their aging loved one. When families are well-informed about the options available to them, they make better, more educated choices about home care services.