Assisting Hearts Home Care is proud to be able to offer our Aging-In-Place services to clients in our service area. Our service includes Alzheimer’s and dementia care services. If your family is wondering how to care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia, please call our office to learn more about dementia and Alzheimer’s care services.
At Assisting Hearts Home Care, we know how difficult a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or dementia is for the entire family. Understanding what the diagnosis will mean in both the short and long term can be difficult. As you prepare to help care for your loved one, you may be wondering how long you can keep him or her home. Will it be necessary to move your loved one to an assisted living facility? Your loved one may prefer to stay at home for as long as possible. That’s when dementia and Alzheimer’s care services from Assisting Hearts Home Care can help.
Dementia and Alzheimer’s care services from Assisting Hearts Home Care provide the professional at home care your loved one needs. Our team of experienced caregivers is made up of Certified Nursing Assistants and home health aides. We carefully screen all our employees to ensure they have the skills and compassionate nature necessary to provide a superior level of care. All our dementia and Alzheimer’s care providers are employees of our agency and covered by our workman’s compensation coverage, licensed, bonded, and registered and approved by the department of Social Services here in California.
We offer our caregivers the ability to participate in our ongoing certified training program. We are happy to offer a specialized Alzheimer’s and dementia care training program. This training program was created through a partnership with the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. It provides our caregivers with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide the best possible dementia and Alzheimer’s care services.
When you choose Assisting Hearts Home Care for dementia or Alzheimer’s care services, your loved one will receive a personalized care plan. Our care plans are created with your input and can adapt to your loved one’s changing needs. Our dementia and Alzheimer’s care plans detail the services the caregiver will provide and set a schedule of visits he or she will follow.
The caregivers from Assisting Hearts Home Care where our compassionate caregivers can help your loved one live safely at home. Our dementia and Alzheimer’s care services will make it possible for your loved one to avoid a move to assisted living and enjoy living at home where they are most comfortable. If you live in the Los Angeles or Ventura county area, please call Assisting Hearts Home Care today at 805-371-0033 or 844-805-2144 to learn more about our dementia and Alzheimer’s care services.
If you or an aging loved-one are considering Home Care Services in Ventura CA, please contact the caring staff at Assisting Hearts Home Care today. Proudly Serving the Los Angeles & Ventura County. Call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! (805) 371-0033, (818) 593-0094, (310) 230-5601.
Our team is comprised of highly experienced and dedicated professionals who are focused on providing exceptional in-home care services to our clients and their families.We are proud to have served thousands of individuals and families since our inception.
Assisting Hearts Home Care was established in 2008 by two professionals a husband and wife team who started the company after personally experiencing the challenges of caring for their aging parents and grandparents. They experienced first-hand at how difficult it was to find care that worked around your schedule and not the schedule of the agency with caring and dedicated caregivers. Since January 2008 Assisting Hearts Home Care has been owned and operated by Robert Ruetschle.Prior to opening Assisting Hearts Home Care, Robert was in upper management of a national pharmaceutical manufacturing company and he holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry. Robert is passionate about supporting our older adult community and helping individuals age with dignity and grace in their own homes.
It is our mission to give peace of mind to our clients and their families by providing exceptional care.Our caregivers are also supported by an office staff of Senior Advisors and advanced CNA’s.Our team looks forward to getting to know each client and family personally.
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