GOLDEN YEARS HOME CARE

(916) 333-0383

CALIFORNIA Home Care BLOG

California Home Care Insights and Advice

What is Home Healthcare, and Do You Need It?

What is Home Healthcare, and Do You Need It?

What is Home Healthcare, and Do You Need It?Help at Home for Seniors Whether you or your loved one is an elderly senior or a medical recovery patient, there is one common challenge: How can you remain in the comfort of your own home? Facilities, nursing homes, and...

In-Home Care vs. Nursing Home: How to Choose

In-Home Care vs. Nursing Home: How to Choose

Senior Care in Their Golden Years Aging seniors face many challenges today. Rising health care costs, distance in family proximity, and much more. Having the best care for seniors starts with evaluating their needs and abilities as an individual. Some need...

How to Find the Best Home Health Care Provider

How to Find the Best Home Health Care Provider

What Is Home Health Care? Home health care is any medical care provided to patients at their homes rather than in a hospital or medical clinic. It involves many services, including basic assistance with daily activities, advanced medical services, and rehabilitative...

How to Find the Right Caretaker for the Elderly

How to Find the Right Caretaker for the Elderly

The Need for Caregiving Having the right caretaker for elderly loved ones is essential. Our aging loved ones have a lot on their plate. While they may be “retired”, there are many forces in their life that add extra stress, and can even lead to poor health. Simple...

In-Home Care vs. Assisted Living: Which is Best?

In-Home Care vs. Assisted Living: Which is Best?

The Need for Proper Senior Care As we age, the need for assistance and care in everyday activities becomes more essential. Whether it is the simple things like taking out the trash, to more medically-focussed activities like handling medical appointments, daily life...

Lonely Loved One? Hire an Elder Care Provider

Lonely Loved One? Hire an Elder Care Provider

Aging adults are frequently lonely and bored, and often they feel powerless to change their circumstances. Due to age and health issues, many seniors can no longer get out and about like they used to. Family caregivers can do a lot to help their elderly relative by...

What Should Be On Your Mom’s Dinner Plate?

What Should Be On Your Mom’s Dinner Plate?

Feeding America estimates that 6 out of 10 households with adults 50 or older are food insecure. Common struggles include paying for groceries over prescription medications or medical care. It’s not a situation that should happen, but it can. Malnutrition occurs in...

Don't wait for tragedy to strike!

Call now to schedule a FREE, no-obligation, in-home consultation to craft a customized care plan to keep your loved one safe.

Contact us now to ensure your loved one's later years in life are the golden years of life.

Call (916) 333-0383

Or fill out this short form for a callback to schedule a free assessment

Office Locations:

Sacramento, San Diego, Mission Valley, Roseville, Elk Grove, Lincoln

Cities we serve: Roseville, Rocklin, Lincoln, Loomis, Newcastle, Auburn, Granite Bay, Sheridan, Johnson Ranch, Penryn, Elk Grove, Vineyard, South Sacramento, Sacramento, Twin Cities, Lodi, Parkway, Franklin, Wilton, Herald, Florin

Email

info@gycareteam.com

Social Media

Privately Owned, Locally Established

As a privately-owned local company, Golden Years is well equip to adapt to each client’s needs on an individualized basis. We are not a franchise.
And because we are local, we are able to consult our care team concerning our clients care needs in a quick and efficient way. Our clients are our first priority. Nothing is more important to us than providing superior quality care for you or your loved.

Intensive Caregiver Training

At this time California has very few state requirements for caregivers. For this reason, many home care providers are not obligated to hire caregiver with formal training.
Golden Years always goes above and beyond the minimum requirements to ensure your loved one receives the best care possible. Each Golden Years caregiver completes Golden Years Academy, an orientation training program which ensures our caregivers have a complete understanding of all the essential care techniques. This provides for a safe, and effective home care experience.

Immediate Caregiver Response Time

Golden Years is available by phone 24/7.

Local Golden Years representatives are available to meet with clients for any reason.

We are here for you, at your convenience, to discuss any care needs or concerns. And we will create a customized solution for any care concern. In addition, we can schedule an in person meeting any day, and most times, available within a few hours. Lastly, we are available during the day, evening, or weekends. We will work around your schedule.

With Golden Years, clients and professional care partners can call anytime to speak with live staff 24/7.

Complimentary Nurse Wellness Visits

Every client receives a complimentary wellness visit within 30 days of care service from Golden Years' own nursing staff.

Although no regulations require nurse oversight in California, Golden Years goes above and beyond the industry standard. Our clients are routinely visited by a Golden Years nurse. Each visit consists of a wellness check where our nurse discusses care needs and takes notes pertaining to the overall wellness of the client. These notes are submitted to our care team for review, where care changes are discussed and implemented after the family’s approval. We go the extra mile to ensure your loved one receives the best care possible. We ca say with confidence, you won’t find any other locally owned care provider who will care for you or your loved one like us – By the way, there is never a fee for this service, it’s always free.

Specialized Care Management Program

At Golden Years In-Home Care, each client is assigned a dedicated Care Manager, ensuring personalized care that is second to none. This manager is available for questions, support, and scheduling changes.

Care Managers develop personal relationships with clients and their families, gaining insight into specific preferences and needs. This allows for effective communication, ensuring caregivers follow the care plan and adjust as needed.

Care Managers oversee caregivers, arrange services, make supervisory visits to seniors' homes, and conduct monthly wellness calls to families. They are specially trained to handle all client requests, providing comprehensive support for every client.