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About AccentCare of Petaluma
If you have an elderly family member that needs extra help, but doesn't want to go to an assisted living community, there's a better option. Home care is the best option for many families. AccentCareis here to help! Our compassionate staff provides full home care services for aging loved ones who need assistance and care, but want to stay in their home.
Why Home Care?
It isnâ€™t hard to believe that seniors are more comfortable in the privacy of their own home. For aging, homebound loved ones, home health care means keeping their independence and keeping their dignity.
While staying in their own home is a clear benefit for the elderly, AccentCare has more benefits.
- Costs Less Than Assisted Living
- Personalized Care
- Full Service
- Staying Independent
- Convenience, Comfort, Security
- Family Caregivers Get A Break
Home Care Services Offered at AccentCare
If your loved one has a temporary or permanent illness, they can depend on us to make them more comfortable with our variety of services. AccentCare can assist with a variety of services for both short-term or long-term senior home care.
AccentCare offers a diverse selection of helpful in-home care options. We provide 1 on 1 care, Weekend care, Grocery Shopping, Alzheimer’s care, Surgery recovery, Short term care, Companionship, Disability management, …and many more - call for all services available..
Having trouble deciding? Call (800) 755-1458 for help.
Caregivers & Staff at AccentCare
The Caregivers who work for AccentCare are special people. There are many people who apply do not meet our standards. Only a few are accepted. The steps to join our team is not easy, but seniors and their families love the results Potential caregivers must pass a thorough background screening that exceeds California requirements.
Petaluma Home Care Pricing
The cost of senior home health care depends on numerous factors. As they age, a senior’s needs may change. How much care is needed, how many hours every week, and the cost of the supplies affect in-home care pricing.
Complete the form above or call us at (800) 755-1458 for a custom in-home estimate.
Want to learn more about what our senior in-home care can offer you? Call us today for more information.
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AccentCare – Reviews
These guys provide excellent care and physical therapy. It feels great knowing your workers have lots of training and people skills to cheer up the old folks they work with. Just working on mobility and independence gives people a bit of dignity and the personal attention takes away the stigma of being in a care home in their twilight years.My concern is with your staffs client loads. It disappoints me when therapists I work with have to take on over a dozen clients a day, drive all over the place to client homes, and work on weekends! Your staff is great, but the quality of their work will drop if they are overburdened. You need to treat them better. They might be afraid to say something in case the company overcompensates and doesnt give them enough work. I never say anything when the therapists arrive late because I know they have a crazy work schedule and its not their fault.
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Home Care Service Details1 on 1 care, Weekend care, Grocery Shopping, Alzheimer’s care, Surgery recovery, Short term care, Companionship, Disability management, …and many more - call for all services available.
- Schedule a tour and visit the physical location to make sure community description is accurate.
- Confirm with community manager that living and services required for you or your loved one's unique needs and budget are met.
- Check with state government websites for additional licensing and information.
If there is any information that is inaccurate or needs to be updated, please contact Assisted Living Center.
Assisted Living Center uses the term "assisted living" or "personal care" to inform users that a community provides assistance with some Activities of Daily Living (ADL's). It may not meet your state's legal definition required for that level of care.