Sometimes you need more care than just a few hours a week. NuevaCare offers 24/7 home care for seniors and those with disabilities struggling with a wide variety of issues, including Alzheimer’s disease and mobility issues. With service offerings in Palo Alto, NuevaCare is a long time trusted provider of home care services across the San Francisco Bay Area. You can be confident knowing that our professional caregivers are impeccably trained, giving clients superior services in 24/7 care for families all over the Peninsula.
In choosing 24/7 care, families need to have a high level of comfort with the caregivers that will be offering the intimate and personal care that families need. Whether someone is struggling with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, loss of mobility, or disability, our team creates a custom care plan that’s backed with the experience of years of working with real patients and real families. Families also get to interview potential caregivers before the start of service to ensure a great fit.
24/7 care requires a special level of expertise, a touch of home care experience that NuevaCare offers. We work hard to maintain the high level of care that families all across the Bay Area deserve. Home care is a personal interaction, and NuevaCare’s proven track record of giving families the highest quality care available out of Palo Alto is a glowing testament to that high level standard of care. Not only are our caregivers highly trained and experienced, they provide the human touch that makes home care possible, even 24/7 care.
All of our 24/7 cases include the following optional services:
Care Management – Our Care Management services are designed to assist clients and their support systems in managing their conditions and related problems more effectively, with the aim of improving their overall health status, enhancing the coordination of care, eliminating the duplication of services, and reducing the need for expensive re-hospitalization.
MnemeTherapy® – MnemeTherapy® is an art based therapy program that uses everyday pleasures such as singing, movement, painting and storytelling in a unique combination to stimulate changes in the brain. This program can benefit those who have mild to progressive cognitive decline due to: Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Brain Trauma or Surgery, Lewy Body, Stroke, and MS.
Family Room – Distant family members can log in to our secure system and review daily/weekly/monthly schedules and tasks in real time, view every shift with caregiver’s profile picture, view clock-in and clock-out times, review invoices, listen to caregiver voice memos, and use a private family calendar to share events.
Personal Care: including bathing, dressing, toileting, etc.
Meal Preparation / Nutrition
Assistance with errands including doctor’s appointments
We know that home care is about more than just the mechanics of the whole thing in fact NuevaCare believes in a social model of home care that centers around the interaction between caregivers and the people they are working with.
Its this kind of personal, connected outlook that sets us apart. care is what makes our caregivers stand out, and it’s what makes the in-home care that we provide to be so unique. NuevaCare can help you to get it just right in advanced care. Nuevacare is the perfect 24/7 care solution for Bay Area families.
Wherever your loved one is located in Palo Alto or on the San Francisco Peninsula, we can make it all work. Our home care options for 24/7 support is the perfect solution for families who need all day support, but want to stay in their homes for as long as possible. Reach out to us for a consultation on your care options today by calling 650-396-3596 or using the live chat line to the right to speak to someone right away.
Palo Alto Factoid
The Palo Alto Historical Association is charged by the City of Palo Alto with maintaining the city’s historic archives and making them available to the public. The archives are named the Palo Alto Historical Association – Guy Miller Archives, in honor of Guy Miller, Palo Alto’s first historian. The archives are located at the Cubberley Community Center, Room K-7, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, CA 94306. Source: http://www.pahistory.org/archives.html