LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR SAFE AT HOME PROFILES CARE PROVIDER OF THE QUARTER! HAVE YOU MET…? “I love working for Safe At Homeand just helping others in any way that I am able.” CLIENT SPOTLIGHT SUE HATCH WILSON Born in Barkley, California 1932, and raised in Alameda, Sue has been a client with Safe at Home […]
Guadalupe Safe at Home Senior Care publicly recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments of an outstanding Care Provider every quarter. The “Care Provider of the Quarter” award is given to one individual who goes above and beyond to deliver extraordinary care to our Safe at Home clients. It was our honor to present the Fall 2020 […]
SAFE AT HOME PROFILES CLIENT SPOTLIGHT JACK JAQUITH Jack grew up in Davis, CA with his mother and father and two older sisters. Jack had lots of friends. In high school, Jack played football, tennis, and ran track. After high school, he attends college at UC Davis but transferred to UC Berkeley where he earned his […]
2020 has been a challenging year to say the least! We appreciate our clients who have stuck with us through these difficult times and our caregivers who continue to provide an essential service to those in need. LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR SAFE AT HOME PROFILES CLIENT SPOTLIGHT JUDY STENOVICH Judy grew up in Napa and moved to […]
CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO READ MORE! https://tpgonlinedaily.com/learning-in-a-time-of-crisis/ WE WON BEST SENIOR HOME CARE AGENCY! Winter Events MAKE A VALENTINE’S CARD FOR A SENIOR OR A CAREGIVER The Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, (The MAH), collaborated with Safe at Home Senior Care, to make Valentine cards for a Senior or a Caregiver […]
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Safe At Home Senior Care raised OVER $6K for the Walk to End ALZ! An inspirational event put together by the members of the Alzheimer’s Assocation.
How to Manage Dementia-Related Wandering To prevent a loved one from wandering and promote safe walking, you first need to define what they are trying to achieve or where they want to go. Don’t assume a “wanderer” is literally just wandering. This behavior is very individualized and a full description of their actions is essential. […]
ACTIVITIES & RECREATION 10 Warm-Weather Activities Seniors and Caregivers Can Enjoy Enjoying a breezy spring day or the warm summer temperatures doesn’t have to be a distant memory for elders and caregivers. Finding an interesting activity that is suitable for a senior’s abilities takes some creativity and planning, but it is well worth switching up […]