In-Home Care for Your Loved One
Home Helpers Home Care in Newbury Park can make life easier for you and your family by providing you with a compassionate and friendly caregiver to care for your elderly loved one. Our home care providers will assist your aging Mom and Dad so they can live life like they always have at the comfort of their own home. Our in-home care workers will gladly assist your senior relative with his or her day to day activities, like taking a bath, cooking meals, morning and afternoon strolls, visiting neighbors, enjoying their hobbies and many others. Although your loved one may not need 24/7 care, it will be so much easier for them to have someone help them with their usual activities during the times when you cannot be there to take care of them due to work or other responsibilities.
Home Care: Professionally Trained, Trustworthy and Compassionate Caregivers
Home Helpers in Newbury Park has an excellent reputation for providing our clients with compassionate and friendly home health care, senior care and elder care. We believe that only people who are passionate about their work can efficiently take care of our seniors. All our caregivers are professionally trained and well qualified to perform home care assistance. Even though the services we offer are generally non-medical in nature, all are caregivers are well trained in first aid techniques and CPR procedures. We also provide healthcare workers with basic training about Alzheimer’s and dementia care so they are well-equipped to handle any delicate situation. More than their skills and knowledge, our caregivers are very trustworthy and empathetic by nature. We also make it a point to take into consideration the specific needs and health condition of each and every patient. Finally, all our caregivers are bonded for added security to our clients.
Home Helpers Home Care: Making Life Easier
We know how much you want to give your aging loved one in Newbury Park the comfortable life they deserve. Sometimes all they really need is to stay in their own home with someone to give them a little help with their daily errands. We understand that although you want to be with your senior parent as much as possible, there are times you can’t be there. And that is why we are here.
We can help you in taking good care of your senior loved ones. Whether you just need a day off or a 24/7 companionship for them, we will make sure to provide you with the most suitable provider. If you have any questions regarding the services we offer, please do not hesitate to call us today.
Newbury Park is a town located mostly within the western Thousand Oaks city limits in Ventura County, California, United States. The unincorporated county island of Casa Conejo is part of Newbury Park and bounded on all sides by the city of Thousand Oaks. Lying within the Conejo Valley in the northwestern part of the Greater Los Angeles Area, Newbury Park abuts the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. The community is located approximately 35 miles (56 km) from Downtown Los Angeles and is less than 7 mi (11 km) from the Los Angeles County border in Westlake Village. The closest coastal city is Malibu, 22 mi (35 km) from Newbury Park, which may be reached through winding roads or hiking trails crossing the Santa Monica Mountains. The ZIP code is 91320, and the community is inside area code 805. About 28,000 of Thousand Oaks’ 110,000 residents reside in Newbury Park.
Newbury Park is named after Egbert Starr Newbury, who was the founder of Newbury Park, as well as the first postmaster in the Conejo Valley in 1875. Egbert Starr Newbury called his ranch here for “Newbury Park”, which ultimately became the name for the entire town. Egbert Starr Newbury and his family owned thousands of acres in the Conejo Valley, but only lived in Newbury Park for a total of six years. He moved from Michigan to Southern California of health reasons in 1871, opened Conejo Valley’s first post office in 1875, but left California only two years later. The Newbury Park Post Office has changed locations numerous times but the Newbury Park address has survived and is still used even though much of the area was incorporated into the city of Thousand Oaks.