Since 1996, Always Best Care has helped thousands of families with non-medical in-home care and assisted living referral services. In select markets we’ve also added skilled home care for clients that suffer from illness or injury.
Our passion for helping people maintain a safe, independent and dignified lifestyle represents the strong foundation of Always Best Care. Every client receives extraordinary care in an inspiring environment with caring and compassionate people. Our Care Coordinators have worked with thousands of seniors across the country, and we’re always ready to help you!
Call us at 1.310.792.8666 to discover our senior citizen assistance options.
Services for both on-the-go seniors and those needing extra support to maintain their independence at home. We care for you like family! From errands, meal prep, and reminders to bathing, dressing and assistance with walking and transferring.
We’ll provide you with concrete results through implementation of strategies shown to produce solutions to some the more difficult challenges related to every stage of dementia.
Let us help you find your ideal home the South Bay Area! Once we know your budget, level of care needed, and desired location, we will identify 3-4 homes that match your criteria and then personally escort you to visit each of them.
We provide resources that help family caregivers reach higher levels of competency, success, and emotional well-being. Programs include care-giving trainings, support groups, counseling services, and intensive care management – and are complimentary!
3 Hour Workshop | Most 3rd Saturday of every month | Call 1.310.792.8666 to RSVP
Caregiving Essentials is a complimentary workshop open to the entire family, empowering caregivers with the knowledge and coping skills needed to effectively manage the day-to-day challenges of caring for a loved one with memory impairment, Alzheimer’s disease, or a related dementia.
Receive an overview of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, including the continuum of changes that occur over the course of the disease
Discuss effective strategies to communicate with persons in the early to late stages of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease
Learn adaptable techniques to help manage challenging behaviors that can be present in persons with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease
Process the emotional impact of caregiving and how to cope with challenging behaviors
Develop a plan to reduce stress and take care of yourself
This workshop is taught by David Hart, Ph.D. – a clinical mental health counselor with 15 years of professional experience working with people with dementia and their caregivers. RSVP now!
3 Hour Peer Group | Meets for 8 Weeks | Call 1.310.792.8666 to RSVP
Are you or someone you love living with early-stage dementia or Mild Cognitive Impairment? Finding it more difficult to complete familiar tasks? Is memory loss beginning to disrupt daily life? The Memory Club is for you!
The Memory Club is a safe place where you and your loved one can:
• Develop coping skills & daily living strategies
• Gain knowledge from experts in the field of dementia care & medicine
• Learn how to care for yourself & others