Every Bay Area family is unique, and we recognize that uniqueness, which is why you can choose when you need hourly care. Sometimes people need more help during the afternoon, sometimes during the evening and sometimes during the morning.
You can set the number of hours and the days per week that you need care based on what’s best for your family, and we’ll step in to help you figure out what it is that you need. Sometimes when you’re so close to the situation, it’s difficult to even realize what it is that you require in order to find the right balance.
How hourly care works
The way that it works is that you get the ball rolling by contacting us, either by phone at 650-761-4867 or by submitting the form just to the right, then we get back to you to schedule a free in home assessment. We’re here for your family, supporting you through the process to get the help that you need for your loved one. We help clients from Millbrae to Sunnyvale, Cupertino to Los Altos and everywhere in between on the Peninsula – remember that even though our office is in San Mateo, we do service the entire Peninsula region!
We’ll work with you to determine what time of day best suits you, how many days per week you need a caregiver, and what kinds of things they’ll help out with. A few of the things that you’ll find that we can help your loved one and you with are:
During the initial assessment we will gather very important information about the care and services that we need to provide and we will organize that information into a comprehensive plan of care that details the duties of the caregivers, the hours of coverage, and even details such as favorite meals to prepare and where to go shopping for food. We are here to help. Simply give us a call at 650-761-4867 or start a conversation using the chat box to the right. A highly trained professional from our San Mateo office will contact you immediately to discuss your specific needs and to set up an free in home assessment. Hourly care has proven to be a great option for many Bay Area families, where often times one person works in Burlingame but Mom or Dad is in Los Altos Hills, or another person works in San Jose but needs in-home care for parents who reside in Sunnyvale.