NuevaCare works hard to offer the best home care services for families living in the communities on the San Francisco Peninsula. Our experienced and professional caregivers offer the help that families need when coping with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, mobility issues, cancer recovery, those with disabilities, and more. Read more about Peninsula home care options in the following paragraphs.
Families who are struggling with keeping up with the demands of caregiving often search for in-home health care or in-home care and that’s how they find NuevaCare’s services. Though we don’t offer home health care, a service that requires a registered nurse, it’s common to find that after going through our free consultation, families discover that there are options for care that they didn’t even know were possible. We’re here to help families on the Peninsula to find the answers and resources that they need.
NuevaCare is here to help families on the San Francisco Peninsula.
We work closely with families to create an individual, customized care plan that details all of the options and opportunities for seniors to stay independent and in their own homes, without the need to move out and live in a more supported environment. Staying home is a powerful thing for seniors, allowing them to maintain the type of lifestyle that fosters good emotional health and social development. There’s no place like home.
Caregivers are thoughtfully matched to each client’s needs. Prior to the start of services, families are able to meet and interview potential matches to determine whether the in-home caregiver is a good fit. Across the San Francisco Peninsula, families have found that our services are unmatched in terms of quality and in terms of benefit that they provide. We offer affordable options that can work for all kinds of families, no matter what their needs might be from a couple of hours per week to twenty four hours a day.
As a care provider that has been serving families here for years, NuevaCare knows the Peninsula and the needs of seniors and those with disabilities. This page is here to help families learn more about what’s available in the area for seniors and their families, to allow them to take the best advantage possible of opportunities for enrichment and a fulfilled life. This is a rich and diverse area, and a great place to live.
Our caregivers offer a wide variety of services, and clients on the Peninsula will find that there are also lots of great things to do to support the social and emotional health of their loved ones.
Personal Care: including bathing, dressing, toileting, etc.
Meal Preparation / Nutrition
Memory care for patients with Alzheimer’s, dementia or stroke
In-home respite services
Assistance with errands including doctor’s appointments
Activities to Engage on the Peninsula
The San Francisco Peninsula is blessed to have a wide variety of activities for seniors. There is just so much to do! From day trips to the Golden Gate Park, to a relaxing trip to one of the many museums on the Peninsula area, there’s never a shortage of options. An in-home caregiver can assist seniors and those with disabilities with outings to the many local downtown streets with great restaurants or many small parks Parks that are safe for seniors and those with disabilities. Staying as active as possible with the safe support of a professional caregiver is a powerful thing for seniors.
All over the San Francisco Peninsula, from Burlingame to Palo Alto, NuevaCare is able to provide you and your family with the support and help that you need to make life better with home care. Your free consultation is waiting for you – just call 650-539-2000 or use the chat box on the right side of your screen to learn more.
Historical Facts about San Francisco Peninsula
Like a phoenix across centuries, San Francisco falls to earthquakes, fires and economic busts and always rises anew, brighter and reinvigorated. The history of San Francisco, California, a beloved seaport of dreams and disaster, is rich with the virtues of vices of generations, making San Francisco’s history as vibrant as the characters that have colored its foggy hills and valleys.
Around 10,000 years ago, before the Pacific waters had breached the span now covered by the Golden Gate Bridge, the history of the Ohlone people native to San Francisco had already begun. Complex chiefdoms arose and fell, the scarce remnants of which are the infamous “shellmounds,” large heaps of piled shells and other artifacts on the Bay Area’s shores. San Francisco history continued untouched by Europeans until 1579 when Sir Francis Drake, the decorated English looter of Spanish galleons sailed past the entrance to the San Francisco Bay (locals now know how damp and dense the fog can be on Ocean Beach in June), dubbed a stretch of Marin “Nova Albion” and sailed away.