Burlingame home Care Options

NuevaCare strives to be one of the best home care providers serving Burlingame and nearby communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our caregivers assist clients in Burlingame and surrounding cities with in home care options who have loved ones that suffer from conditions ranging from Alzheimer’s to mobility issues, as well as cancer care and care for persons with disabilities. Read more about Burlingame home care options in the following paragraphs.Burlingame In-home Care - Caregivers in Burlingame

Often people discover our services while looking for in-home health care from a registered nurse, only to find that our non-medical home care providers offer them all of the support and expertise that they need, all at affordable rates. A free consult with NuevaCare can help you to learn more about what options exist that can help your family.

  • NuevaCare is here to help families in Burlingame.

We create a custom care plan for each senior, identifying care options and allowing aging seniors to remain independent in their own home. Being able to stay at home is powerful for seniors, offering a lifestyle that supports everything from emotional health to social involvement.

Each in-home caregiver is specifically selected based on the client’s needs. Before starting service, we invite each family to meet and interview the prospective in-home caregiver to ensure a good fit. Families across the Bay Area, including Burlingame, have found our services to be second to none, with affordable costs across the spectrum of home care.

As a longtime provider of home care services in Burlingame, California, NuevaCare is very familiar with Burlingame and environs. We offer this page for families to learn more about what’s offered in the city for seniors, and we invite you to reach out to us for a consultation to learn more about what’s available.

Here is a list of services that we provide for clients in the Burlingame area, with some helpful ideas for the local area.

Burlingame In-home Care Services

  • Assistance with the Activities of Daily Living
  • 24/7 Live-In Care or Hourly Care
  • Personal Care: including bathing, dressing, toileting, etc.
  • Medication Reminders
  • Meal Preparation / Nutrition
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Companionship
  • Cancer care
  • Memory care for patients with Alzheimer’s, dementia or stroke
  • In-home respite services
  • Assistance with errands including doctor’s appointments

Example activities to engage in Burlingame, California

Burlingame is fortunate to have many out-of-home activities such as nearby libraries, farmer’s markets, and parks. For example, an in-home caregiver might assist a senior in an excursion to nearby Coyote Point Park or to the Peninsula Museum of Art. Alternatively, for a young person with disabilities it might be a trip to a youth-oriented local venue such as Fox Mall or a stroll through the Fresh Market.

Wherever you are in the Bay Area, especially in Burlingame and Hillsborough, we can provide you with many excellent home care options for in home care. Reach out to us for a consultation on your care options today. You can call us at 650-761-4867 or use the chat box on the right to connect with an expert immediately.

Historical Facts about Burlingame, California

The earliest documented European contact with what is now the Burlingame area was made by the Juan Bautista de Anza expedition in 1776. Although earlier Spanish expeditions had passed through this area, notably the Portolá expedition in 1769, de Anza is the first to have camped in what is now Burlingame. In his diaries, de Anza refers to the dry arroyo “half a league” north from “arroyo San Matheo.” It can be assumed that this is what locals now refer to as Burlingame Creek. From that date, the Spanish missionaries developed the San Mateo/Burlingame area as the farm to support their mission in San Francisco. With the advent of Mexican independence in 1822, the mission lands were secularized and the southern Burlingame area was part of a land grant, known as Rancho San Mateo, given by Governor Pio Pico to his secretary, Cayetano Arenas.

Burlingame home Care Options
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