Caregivers are in Constant Demand

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It is no secret, the population is growing older as the baby boomer generation is reaching elderly status.  It also means that there is a growing demand for in home care service.  Whether your loved ones are experience mild signs of aging like joint pains, vision impairments, or general mobility issues, or are having more serious health problems like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, or Diabetes, living as home might not be as comfortable and effortless than it used to be.  Family caregivers can help for a minimal amount of time because of all their commitments both personally and professionally.  Above all, there is no place like the comfort of their own home, so putting your loved ones in a nursing home just does not seem right.

A-1 Home Care is the perfect place for both clients looking for help, as well as professional caregivers looking for work.  We have positions for Alzheimer Care, After Surgery Care, Brain Surgery Care, Arthritis Care, Cancer Care, Hospice Care, Kidney Disease Care, Incontinence Care, and other in home care needs for seniors and elderly.  Our business also cover the entire Los Angeles and Orange County, including the cities of Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, Hollywood, Santa Monica, Costa Mesa, Palos Verdes, Malibu, Studio City, Burbank, Pasadena, San Marino, and other communities, allowing flexibility to both client and caregivers.  If you want to join Josephine Bryant and Thalia Alonso and become part of our caregiving team, call us today!

Our number is 562-929-8400, or you can visit www.a-1jobs.com for employment requirement.  Be sure to follow us on Facebook!

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