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Arthritis Care in Huntington Beach, Westminster, Orange County

Experienced Arthritis Caregivers and Nurse Aides for In Home Care

Does your loved one suffer from Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriatic Arthritis, or another type? At A-1 Home Care, we understand how it can be difficult for an Elderly or Senior loved one to go about the day in pain. We also understand how you may worry all the time about your loved one’s well-being when you’re not there for them. We offer experienced and compassionate Arthritis Caregivers and Nurse Aides who can provide 24 hour live-in care or hourly part-time care.

Our Arthritis Caregivers can assist with pain management – providing your loved one with heat pads and ice packs when needed, applying pain ointment, massage therapy, assistance with transportation around the house or outside, healthy meal preparation, and anything your loved one’s doctor recommends. We can also assist with personal care and carrying out daily household tasks.

A-1 Home Care is a non-medical caregiver placement agency that provides in-home care to the communities of Huntington Beach, Costa Mesa, Irvine, Corona Del Mar, Newport Beach, Westminster, Seal Beach, Los Alamitos, Garden Grove, and others in Orange County and Los Angeles County.

We have been in business since 1991 with an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau, Shield Accreditation, and memberships with the National Care Planning Council and Chamber of Commerce of Torrance, Newport Beach, Pasadena, and Santa Fe Springs. If your loved one carries long term insurance, we accept Penn Treaty, CALPERS, John Hancock, MetLife Insurance, Veteran Administration, and Bankers’ Life & Casualty.

To interview and hire an Arthritis Caregiver in your area, CALL us at 949-650-3800.


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