If you have an elderly parent or loved one you may have heard the phrase “age in place.” But what exactly does that mean? It refers to a senior’s ability to remain independent at home as they age. Many seniors have a strong desire to age in place, and your loved one may be one of them. Assisting Hearts Home Care helps elderly adults in Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Westlake Village, Woodland Hills, West Hills, Canoga Park, Winnetka, Calabasas, Agoura Hills, Northridge, Chatsworth, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Santa Monica, Malibu, Burbank or the surrounding communities remain independent.
Assisting Hearts Home Care provides seniors throughout Los Angeles and Ventura counties with aging in place assistance. Our compassionate caregivers are happy to provide your loved one with aid such as companion care, respite care, transitional care, personal care, Alzheimer’s care, dementia care, palliative care, elderly care, social care, end of life care, and other non-medical forms of assistance. When you have a loved one who wants to remain at home as they age, count on Assisting Hearts Home Care for care.
Services to Help Aging in Place for Thousand Oaks and Westlake Village Seniors
There are countless ways Assisting Hearts Home Care can help your loved one age in place. If you speak with seniors throughout Thousand Oaks and the nearby senior communities they will tell you our care is like no other. That is because we provide each client with customized care to suit their specific needs.
Some examples of services provided by Assisting Hearts Home Care to help seniors in Thousand Oaks age in place include:
• Going to the post office or running errands
• Offering medication reminders and monitoring
• Compassionate aid for bathing and dressing
• Folding laundry or light housekeeping
• Planning, shopping for, and preparing meals
• Coordinating transportation to appointments
• Meaningful companionship and social care
• Fall prevention through walking assistance
Book a Free Care Consultation
Book a free care consultation for your loved one by contacting Assisting Hearts Home Care and scheduling a time for us to come to your loved one’s home. Seniors throughout Thousand Oaks and Los Angeles can get answers to their aging in place questions. While in the home, our care coordinator will learn about your loved one and their unique needs so we can create a care plan just for them.
If you have a loved one in Thousand Oaks and Los Angeles or the surrounding communities, call Assisting Hearts Home Care and inquire about our age in place services. We can book your free consultation to help you get started. Call today 844-805-2144 or 805-371-0033!
If you or an aging loved-one are considering Senior Care Services in Thousand Oaks 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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