About Preferred Care at Home of Thousand Oaks
Celebrating life, dignity and independence.TM
Our family business of providing qualified, experienced caregivers goes beyond just a business. We have found providing care for seniors in their home or wherever they call home to be very rewarding. We have received many expressions of thanks, whether verbal or written. Our clients become friends with us, but more importantly with the caregivers we employ. All our caregivers have had background and reference checks before we introduce them to the family of the senior that requires help at home. The family requiring in-home care for a senior can rest assured they are letting an experienced, bonded caregiver into their home that genuinely cares about their well-being…Read More.
Our office is located in Newbury Park, CA. We provide in-home care for seniors and anyone needing assistance to all of Ventura County and parts of Los Angeles County. Cities we send qualified caregivers to include Agoura Hills, Camarillo, Malibu, Moorpark, Oak Park, Oxnard, Port Hueneme, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Westlake Village, and Ventura. If you do not see your community listed here please call our office at (805) 262-3030 to inquire about having a qualified caregiver available to help with in-home care for you or a senior family member.
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
- Committed to Dignity in Home Care
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- Tips to Safeguard Against Wandering
According to the Alzheimer's Association, 6 out of 10 people with Alzheimer's will wander. If you are responsible for caring for an elderly person that suffers from dementia you understand the fear of your loved one wandering or getting lost. Maybe you've[...]read full article »
- How to Have Meaningful Conversations with your Elderly Loved One
When is the last time you asked your elderly parent or loved one "how are you?" Not, "how are you feeling?" Or, "how was the doctor's appointment?" But, "How are you?" A question posed with enough space at the end to illicit more than[...]read full article »
- Care Management: A Team Effort
Managing the care responsibilities of an aging loved one can be an overwhelming and often time consuming endeavor. Over the holidays, my husband and I visited family, and witnessed first hand all the people involved in the to care of my husband's aging grandmother[...]read full article »