A woman living in an assisted living community in Lemon Grove thought she was losing her mind. Each week, she noticed money disappearing from her room. She never noticed anyone taking her items, and people she questioned knew nothing about it. She was losing sleep, wondering if early dementia was fogging up her thoughts. “Am
This fall, At Home Nursing Care is celebrating five years of helping clients live a better life at home with quality home care. Thank you to our staff, clients, care partners, referral sources, physicians, and community members for putting your trust in our services.
Home care needs are inevitable for most of us, and planning instead of simply reacting helps promote a safer and less stressful home care experience for family members. At Home Nursing Care is here to help with your home care needs. It’s been called the Silver Tsunami, a burst in the number of elderly
At Home Nursing Care earns accreditation to provide quality home care. At Home Nursing Care proudly announces it is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) to provide quality home care services. Accredited services include; private duty aide, companion/homemaker care, nursing and home infusion. “We are proud and thank our employees, clients and community partners for helping
At Home Nursing Care salutes our caregivers becoming family practice physicians. In our Culver City At Home Nursing Care branch, we held a breakfast send-off celebration to recognize four wonderful and dedicated caregivers who are well on their way to becoming family practice physicians. Yoel is a physician from Cuba who immigrated to the United
Bolt, a Certified therapy dog, loves his job with At Home Nursing Care, giving comfort to San Diego home care clients. The trained therapy dog provides a lick and loves to walk around San Diego with our home care clients. Therapy dogs are known to help calm anxiety and ease pain for home care clients.
At Home Nursing Care is proud to be a sponsor of the Healthy Aging Conference, where community members, case managers and nurses heard great speakers and advice for aging well. The two day conference, spearheaded by the Rancho Santa Fe Senior Center as a community outreach and fundraising event, had nearly 200 attendees who enjoyed
I am a fully certified therapy dog dedicated to helping my San Diego in home care clients, but today I learned something about myself – I am very afraid of balloons! Why you ask? Well because they are big, shinny, and magically float around. Who wouldn’t be scared of them? Woof! I guess that
Senior helper therapy dog “Bolt” loves to visit his home care clients. He even tries to pretend her can write about it. “Today I visited my best buddy, Gordon, who loves our pet therapy dog services,” says Bolt. These visits are part of the home care services provided to clients by At Home Nursing Care,