Respect and Privacy through Caregivers
You may have a loved one or someone in your family who has recently suffered a circumstance that has prevented them from being as independent and productive as they once were. A stroke, injury, or surgery, for example, can mean that your loved one now requires assistance to dress, bathe, and even walk. While it is within most people to want to help loved ones in any way they can, caring for a mother, father, grandmother, or grandfather, can be uncomfortable, depending on the kind of care that the individual now requires. Highly personal tasks can become embarrassing and anxiety-ridden if a family member must take care of another, especially if either individual is highly modest or private in nature. Our services include Senior Services, Elder Care, Dementia Care, Alzheimer Care, Diabetic Care, Companion Services, Parkinson Care, Cancer Care, Live-In Care, Companion Services, Arthritis Care, Post Stroke Care, Hospital Sitters, Incontinence Care, Personal Care Services, Long Term Care, Short-Term Care, Hourly Care, Hospice Care, Special Needs Care, Home Helper Services, Child Care, Bipolar Care, Postpartum Care, Respite Care and After Surgery Care.
Personal Care Performed by Home Health Aids
Along with the personal set-backs involved with a family
member’s loss in independence, the awkwardness associated with caring for that loved one can make it even more difficult. In order to maintain the individual’s dignity and privacy, A-1 Domestic Professional Services offers personal home health assistance to relieve the stress of the situation off the individual in care and help to maintain family relationships. Calling in the assistance of a professional, trained individual who is unassociated with the family can help the patient to maintain their dignity and ease the set-back in their health. We proudly serve Los Angeles, Glendale, Hollywood, Santa Monica, Culver City, Studio City, Brentwood, Beverly Hills and other cities in the Los Angeles County & Orange County areas.
We offer trained personal assistance by a qualified caregiver to aid with:
- Eating and meal preparation
- Bathing and showering
- Incontinence and bathroom assistance
- Mobility and ambulation assistance
- Medication reminders
- Cognitive repair exercise and stimulation