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Join Us… Hired Hands Homecare – Marin’s Holiday Open House

Posted on December 12th, by Mark Winter in Caregivers, Holiday Care, Home Care Staff, Marin, North Bay Home Care. No Comments

Join us Today as we gather with our outstanding Caregivers, friends & family… and ring the bells of Holiday Cheer!

Hired Hands Homecare – Marin County
1744 Novato BLVD Ste 200
Novato, CA  94947



A Heartfelt Thank You!

Posted on November 21st, by Mark Winter in Aging, Benefits of Home Care, Caregivers, Holiday Care, Home Care Staff. No Comments

On this most important Holiday, we would like to extend an enormous heartfelt Thank You to all of our outstanding, dedicated and compassionate employees.
Together, our efforts go far in improving the happiness, well-being & quality of life of hundreds of seniors and families in the communities we share.
It is both an honor and a privilege to be of such service, and to work with such an extraordinary group of dedicated professionals.

Wishing all a Healthy and Happy Thanksgiving,
Lynn, Erin & Mark Winter



Join Hired Hands Homecare at our TWENTY-FIFTH Marin Senior Information Fair!

Greetings! Join us today, Oct. 24 from 9am – 3pm at the Marin Senior Information Fair.  There’ll be tons of great information for and about Seniors.  Get your Flu vaccine, and make sure you stop by the Hired Hands Homecare booth to say hello to Blake and Kirsten.  We’d love to answer any questions you may have about how we can help families and their senior loved ones!

Hired Hands Homecare is proud to celebrate 25 years of participation in the Marin Senior Information Fair, and supporting the seniors and families of Marin County.

For more information about the Marin Senior Info Fair, please visit https://marinseniorfair.org.

 



RESPECT MY PRIVACY!

Posted on August 29th, by Mark Winter in Caregivers, Home Care Staff, Homecare. No Comments

Greetings!

Today, we wanted to take a minute to shed light on an urgent matter that directly affects ALL Caregivers throughout California.

Governor Brown now has Assembly Bill 2455 on his desk, and it is not clear whether he will sign the Bill, or veto it like he has previously. If signed into law, AB 2455 would require the State to send ALL Registered CAREGIVERS’ PERSONAL CONTACT INFORMATION to unions. That is right, the State will distribute private information, including cel numbers, allowing unknown people to contact our Caregivers at any time. This is a huge blatant attack on privacy rights. There are no other industries that have such requirements, because it is such a huge breach in legal privacy typically given to all employees. Why Caregivers?

What can you do??? The most important thing to do TODAY is to CALL … Read More »



World Elder Abuse Awareness Day – June 15

Wikipedia defines Elder abuse (also called “elder mistreatment“, “senior abuse“, “abuse in later life“, “abuse of older adults“) as “a single, or repeated act, or lack of appropriate action, occurring within any relationship where there is an expectation of trust, which causes harm or distress to an older person.”  Abuse can be physical, psychological/emotional, financial, or even sexual, and often comes in the form of neglect, abandonment, and direct abuse.

Since 1994, Hired Hands Homecare has proudly provided services that support Bay Area seniors in staying safe and well in their own homes.  Our professional Caregivers and Management Team spend significant time with our senior clients, and keep trained eyes out for any signs of undue influence and elder abuse.  Trust and Security are foundational to our company culture.

Hired Hands is proud to celebrate this day by participating in the North Bay … Read More »



How to Create a Sense of Purpose for Someone with Alzheimer’s Disease

Search online for “activities for seniors” and you’re likely to find numerous crafts, games, memory stimulation puzzles, and of course, the requisite bingo. However, what you won’t discover—unless you dig a little deeper with your searches—are the meaningful, beneficial activities that give significance to our lives. And yet, if you ask older individuals what they most want to do, the majority of them won’t mention bingo, crafts and games. What they want more than anything is to feel useful.

The University of Minnesota reveals details on how the most vulnerable times in our lives are a person’s first year of life, and our first year after retiring. The loss of the sense of purpose found in a fulfilling profession can cause significant health issues – and even an earlier fatality rate, if that awareness of purpose is not maintained … Read More »



What You Don’t Know About In Home Care Services

In our last blog post, we outlined the advantages of utilizing a professional home care agency to provide the highest quality and safest level of California home care. But we regularly receive inquiries on exactly what kinds of home care services in Pleasanton and the surrounding area are available to help older adults remain safe and thriving at home. If you’ve determined it’s time to search for in-home help for a senior family member, there are a variety of customized in home care services available. These options can help you figure out the specific type of help your loved one really needs:

Housekeeping: Household tasks can become challenging for older adults to manage. Housekeeping services performed on a daily, weekly, bi-weekly or monthly basis, covering tasks like vacuuming, doing dishes, laundry, changing beds, dusting, preparing meals, and … Read More »



Quality Matters – Who to Choose for Enhanced Senior Living Santa Rosa CA

When an older adult needs in home care services, there are a number of available options, and deciding where to turn can be intimidating. For instance, should you work with a professional home care agency, an independently hired caregiver, or utilize a caregiving registry? And how can you identify which home care solution is best for your loved one’s unique needs? There are benefits and drawbacks with most choices, but when it comes to senior care at home, the solution is clear: hiring a professional agency for the in-home senior living Santa Rosa CA families need, like Hired Hands Homecare, is the ideal choice for the highest quality care for numerous reasons:

You don’t need to perform a search for a safe, trained caregiver. A reputable home care agency not only checks references and performs in-depth background and driving record … Read More »



Out and about with Hired Hands Homecare in Sonoma Co.

Posted on March 8th, by Mark Winter in Caregivers, Hired Hands News, Home Care Staff. No Comments

Its a busy Thursday, with Hired Hands Homecare supporting two great events today!

Phyllis and Estafania proudly join the Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce in the supporting the fabulous Annual Latinos in the Workplace Conference.

“Latinos in the Workplace” conference is an educational forum that seeks to help all employers provide a safe, productive and enriching work environment for Latino employees and empower Latinos to become tomorrow’s leaders.  This conference has become a branded annual event in our local business community presented by Michael Lopez, Vice President, Vantreo Insurance Brokerage in partnership with the Santa Rosa Metro Chamber. Michael Lopez founded the “Latinos in the Workplace” conference over 13 years ago.  Proceeds Benefit Mike Hauser Academy and Elsie Allen High School Foundation. Thanks to our generous sponsors, the 2017 conference proceeds provided almost $20,000 to the Academy and the Foundation.  The 2018 conference, … Read More »



Join our Amazing Rewarding Industry!

Hired Hands Homecare is proud to partner with the Tamalpais Adult School to offer the next FREE 10 session Home Care Aide course.

Learn the basics of working as a Home Care Aide, building a solid foundation for a rewarding career!  Hear from Guest experts from the senior care industry.  Graduates attend a super Job Fair with many potential employers.

This 10 session course runs Feb 28 – May 9, and meets Wednesdays from 9:30-12:30 in Larkspur.

Register early – space is limited!  For more information, please call the Tamalpais Adult School at 415-945-1031.  More information on this flyer.