About Preferred Care at Home Santa Clarita, CA
Celebrating life, dignity and independence.TM
Since 1984, the founders of Preferred Care at Home have had the privilege of assisting our clients to improve the quality of life while safeguarding their dignity and independence. We do this by placing reliable, compassionate, experienced and affordable caregivers in the home or care facility.
We understand that long-term care can be costly and we have built a reputation of offering quality services at affordable prices. Our wide range of non-medical services are available from 1 to 24 hours per day. Our cost effective live-in care is our specialty, providing 24-hour peace of mind for our clients and their family.
Latest Blog Posts
- Made by Me: A Thanksgiving Crafternoon
It was just a few hours, but it was a few hours that mattered. Tony and Veronica Singfield, owners of Preferred Care at Home North Atlanta, armed with craft supplies and cookies hosted a Thanksgiving Crafternoon with the seniors at Del Mar Gardens of Smyrna[...]read full article »
- Senior Care for the Holidays: 5 Signs Family Caregivers May Need Help
Next week is Thanksgiving, the official kick-off to the busy, holiday season. "Busy," is often the first word used to describe the holiday season. A time that should be restful and full of family, is in reality a stressful flurry of activities and to[...]read full article »
- Memory Loss: Dispelling Myths on What Is Normal and What Is Not
November 14 is a day to remember, if only because it’s Memory Loss Awareness Day.But why celebrate the fact that it’s getting easier to forget things everyday? As we age it’s easy to focus on the negative attitudes about memory loss[...]read full article »
- Playful Home Exercises for Bed-Bound Seniors
Slip-and-falls, a leading cause of injury-related death, are a legitimate worry among the elderly. So common are these injuries that many seniors know first hand the effects of a fall -- no doubt having seen friends their age, healthy and independent, immobilized and[...]read full article »