• Servicing the San Francisco & Surrounding Bay Area
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Private Duty

Private Duty – Home Health Care, San Francisco Bay Area.
WeCARE™ Home Assistants is here to help not only the patient but also the family member who’s caring for the patient with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as personal care, housekeeping, medication reminding, bathing, transfers, incontinence care, hygiene maintenance, safety management and shopping. WeCARE™ Home Assistants help older adults, recovering patients, and chronically ill patients remain independent and safe.
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When diet, medications, exercise, safety and companionship are attended to, our clients thrive!

We have clients who need assistance for only a few hours, others 24 hours a day.  Some need ongoing care, others need short-term care. We can meet your needs.

People with chronic conditions or disabilities prefer to be cared for at home as much as possible so they can be in familiar surroundings and with the people they love.

The family member who is faced with an ongoing challenge, whether it is a loved one’s disease or impairment, may find his or her life changed. At some point, he or she will need help in order to stay emotionally and physically fit to care for his or her loved one.

We have clients who need assistance for only a few hours, others 24 hours a day.  Some need ongoing care, others need short-term care. We can meet your needs.

People with chronic conditions or disabilities prefer to be cared for at home as much as possible so they can be in familiar surroundings and with the people they love.
The family member who is faced with an ongoing challenge, whether it is a loved one’s disease or impairment, may find his or her life changed. At some point, he or she will need help in order to stay emotionally and physically fit to care for his or her loved one.

Here are 10 things to promote adherence to the plan of care that our caregivers can do:

  1. Remind clients to take medications
  2. Transport patients to medical appointments
  3. Grocery shop and prepare simple meals
  4. Do laundry
  5. Report condition changes to family members
  6. Assist with exercise
  7. Reduce the likelihood of falls
  8. Alert family members when low on medications
  9. Provide companionship
  10. Encourage or help with eating, bathing, walking