NuevaCare is committed to being one of the best home care providers serving Foster City as well as the communities of the South San Francisco Area. Our services give clients in home care options to help those who struggle with mobility issues, cancer recovery, Alzheimer’s disease, disability and more. Read more about Foster City home care options in the following paragraphs.
Families in Foster City have been depending on NuevaCare for a long time, and we pride ourselves on offering affordable, professional services that people can depend on. We know the area, and we know what a rich amount of activities there are to do here for seniors and those with disabilities. This page is here to help families in Foster City and the South San Francisco area to learn more about their options and to explore the possibilities for activities right in their community.
NuevaCare is here to help families in Foster City, California.
Trying to find the care that’s right for your family can be a challenge, and we often find that families who start out looking for in-home health care with a registered nurse discover that our non-medical in home care with professional caregivers, not registered nurses, gives them exactly the level of support that they need with a price that’s affordable. NuevaCare wants to help families right here in Foster City.
For in-home care to be effective, it has to be personal. That’s why we create a personalized care plan for each individual that we work with, allowing seniors to get exactly the things that they need in order to succeed at home. Being at home means that seniors have a better shot at social involvement and emotional health, and it’s a powerful way to support the long term happiness of those who you love.
Not only do we create a custom care plan for each client, we also work hard to ensure that clients are well matched with their caregiver. Our match process allows Foster City families to interview our matched caregivers before services begins, building trust and making sure that everyone works together well and is comfortable with the whole process. Families in the San Francisco Bay Area and Foster City in particular have found that our services are unbeaten in terms of both affordability and quality.
What can NuevaCare do for your loved one? Here are some examples of services that we provide for clients all around South San Francisco and in the Foster City area, not to mention some great things to do out in the community.
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
Example Activities to Engage in Foster City Area
Those of us who live in Foster City know that there’s so much going on, things to do and places to go, without even leaving the area. For example, in-home caregivers can help those with limited mobility to get out to one of our breathtaking local parks, out to a wonderful afternoon of shopping, or to one of the many museums and attractions in the area. From the Foster City Polynesian festival to outrigger canoe races to the miles of trails alongside the San Francisco Bay, there are so many great ways to spend time out of the house around Foster City. A few of our favorites are the Hillbarn Theater and the Foster City lagoon.
No matter where you are in the Bay area, particularly if you are in San Mateo or Foster City, NuevaCare can provide you with home care options that will make your life easier and the life of your loved ones better. We invite you to reach out to us for a consultation so that we can share your care options with you. Call us at 650-396-3596 or use the chat box on the right to connect with an expert immediately.
Historical Facts about Foster City, California
The year is 1958…across the Bay, Union City is on the verge of incorporation…the national flag still has only 48 stars…and developer T. Jack Foster is coming out of a short-lived Pebble Beach retirement, taking a $200,000 option to buy Brewer’s Island in an unlikely venture to build a “new city,” to be named Foster City, with Bay Area business magnate Richard Grant. Foster City is now a thriving reality with a population of approximately 30,000 people and a daytime population of employees that nearly equals the evening population of residents. The City is resplendent with trees, lagoons and award-winning homes. In the midst of this beauty and prosperity it is difficult to picture the raw, barren land of Brewer’s Island with which Foster and Grant began their development.