Caregiving Advice Gather From The Community

a-1 home care beverly hills elder careProviding you with helpful tips that are generic like be compassionate, listen attentively, or get enough rest can definitely guide you toward being a better caregiver. However, the AARP has gathered caregiving tips from the community that are insightful and can help you get over challenges you might face.

First, keep important numbers handy.  Although we live in an age of smart phones where all numbers can be stored in one device, it is still a good idea to have list of important numbers around for emergency, in case the mobile device malfunction or lost.  Next, rely on the pharmacy.  There are different services at the pharmacy that you can use to make it more efficient.  For example, services such as order refills, their automated phonelines, and drive-through drug pick up to your advantage.  Finally, keep a journal so you can document events that are happening for future reference if there happens to be a change in caregiver and any conflicts, you can go back to journal.

A-1 Home Care has been in the home care business for over 20 years, and we know what it takes to be a quality caregiver to our clients.  As a result, clients from all over Los Angeles and Orange County have always recommended us to their friends and family because of our great track record in providing them with compatible caregivers that allow them to have a peace of mind.  Because of that, we are able to offer jobs to caregivers that are close to their residence, in areas of Malibu, Hollywood, Westwood, Studio City, Burbank, Pasadena, San Marino, Whittier, Torrance, Cerritos, Newport Beach, Tustin, Costa Mesa, and many other communities.  We have both 24 hour live-in and hourly care option, so we can be flexible to your schedule as well.

Call us at 562-929-8400 today to ask about employment requirement, or visit www.a-1jobs.com for more information.  Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook!

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