NuevaCare is a company centered around a philosophy of providing the best home care services in Belmont and nearby communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. When clients with loved ones who are unable to care for themselves need options, we’re here to help. Our services help individuals with mobility issues, Alzheimer’s disease, disabilities, and those who need cancer care and more. Read more about Belmont home care options in the following paragraphs.
Searching for in home care options for seniors and those with special needs can be a daunting task. 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.
We recognize how unique every client is, and as such we work hard to create a care plan that fits your individual needs. Our goal is to allow aging seniors to stay in their homes while remaining independent. It’s a powerful thing to be able to stay at home, a decision that offers emotional and social benefits.
Our in-home caregivers are matched to clients based on their needs. Prior to the start of services, each family has the chance to interview their caregiver to ensure a good match. All across the Bay Area, including Belmont, families have found that our services are second to none, being both of the highest quality and also affordable.
NuevaCare has been in the business of caring for people for many years in Belmont, California. We are deeply familiar with Belmont and the way of life here. In order to better serve the community, we offer this page to help families learn more about what’s available in the area and how those who are homebound can get the help they need to live a better life right here in Belmont. We invite you to reach out to us for a consultation to learn more about what’s available.
What kinds of services can we help your loved one with? Here are just a few examples.
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
Belmont is a fantastic place to live, with a wide variety of activities available for seniors and those with disabilities. From Twin Pines Park to the Hiller Aviation Museum, the opportunities for seniors and those with limited mobility to get out and about are ample. In-home caregivers can assist a senior with a day out to the Belmont Farmer’s market or to one of the local libraries, or even just down to the grocery store as a way to move around. A young person with disabilities might enjoy a supervised day out at Twin Pines Park or Carlmont Springs Shopping Center.
Whatever your location is in the Bay Area, particularly in Belmont or San Mateo, NuevaCare offers a reliable and professional option for in home care. Don’t wait – reach out to us for a consultation on your care options today. You can call us at 650-396-3596 or use the chat box on the right to connect with an expert immediately.
Historical Facts: Belmont, California
With a name like Belmont, meaning “beautiful mountain,” and a location that straddled the El Camino Real, and the original canyon road to the coast, how could a city not fail to prosper?
The fact is that Belmont is a city with roots older than the county itself. When California organized its first state government in 1850, San Mateo County didn’t exist, and instead made up the southern portion of San Francisco County. And in 1853, when the state’s original 27 counties were divided up further, there still wasn’t a San Mateo County, but there was a Belmont.
According to Erwin Guddee, author of “California Place Names,” Belmont is a variation of the French “beaumount,” a commonly used place name in America, meaning beautiful mountain, and was first used here around 1850 or 1851 to describe the hillside landmark that forms the city’s backdrop. The register of California Post Offices lists Belmont as an official place name as of July 18, 1854 – a full two years before San Mateo County was finally carved out of San Francisco County.
Long before that event however, Belmont was at the center of the Rancho Las Pulgas (Ranch of the Fleas), the 35,000 acre cattle ranch granted in 1825 to Luis Antonio Arguello.