We provide consistent in-home care
If you are looking for an agency that can provide you with consistent in-home care? Look no further than Complete Care at Home. We offer in-home caregiving services for those who need it most, whether it’s for your loved one who has just been discharged from the hospital, or your aging parent who is showing early signs of dementia. We’re here to help you and your family get the care and support you need. We provide specialist in-home care solutions.
What sets us apart from other in-home care agencies is our commitment to providing quality care and going the extra mile. We only hire caregivers who are passionate about their work and who have the necessary skills and experience to provide the best possible care for our clients. All of our caregivers are thoroughly screened, bonded, and insured.
And, most importantly, they’re compassionate people who will treat your loved ones with the respect and dignity they deserve.
Your age & Speciality programs
We serve and care for anyone with a physical and mental need (we are not specialized in special needs) aged 18+. We specialize in providing consistent care to:
- Dementia program
- Parkinsons program
- Fall Prevention Program
- Transitional Care program (after discharge from the hospital or skilled nursing facility)
What does consistent in-home care mean?
My mom has always been the rock of our family. Maybe you can identify with this scenario? She was always there for us, no matter what. So when she started showing signs of dementia, we were all really worried about her. We decided to get her in-home caregiving so that she could still be comfortable in her own home and not have to go into a nursing home or anything like that. The caregiving has been a great help for my mom. They are there to help her with whatever she needs, whether it’s getting dressed in the morning or taking a bath. They also make sure she takes her medication on time and eats three meals a day. We are so grateful to have the caregiving support for my mom. It has made such a difference in her life and ours.
- Caregivers can provide around-the-clock care for your loved one, giving you peace of mind.
- They can help with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, and eating.
- Caregivers can also provide companionship and emotional support.
- Hiring a caregiver can be expensive. – ways to pay for caregiving
- You may have to give up some privacy in your home.
- You may have to deal with the stress of managing a care
If you’re ready to get started, give us a call today or fill out our online form to request a free consultation. We’ll be happy to answer any of your questions and help you find the perfect caregiver for your needs.
Areas we service
Santa Barbara, Montecito, Goleta, Hope Ranch, Solvang, Buellton, Los Olivos, Santa Ynez, Ventura, Oxnard, Carpinteria, Camarillo, Thousand Oaks, Moorpark, Calabasas, Ojai, Filmore, Port Hueneme
Santa Barbara Office
5266 Hollister Ave. Suite 111
Santa Barbara, CA 93111
Call (805) 727-3445
650 Alamo Pintado Rd. Suite 102
Solvang, CA 93463
Call (805) 772-8367
Ventura, CA 90105
Call: (805) 702-0776
Methods to pay for care
We currently accept private payers and anyone covered by a Long Term Care insurance. Complete Care at Home is fully bonded and insured.
RN led 24 hr care
Our RN leads our team and is always available in case of emergencies that need their care. Having RN’s on staff provides you a peace of mind. Why is this important? Read more here…
There are lots of people that believe wrongfully that medicare pays for in-home caregiving. Read more in detail about how that really works.
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Are you a veteran and possibly eligible for in-home caregiving? Did you contact your local VA office to ask if you are eligible? Let us help you with some more detailed information. More information…
Long Term Care Insurance
For many thinking about care often starts only when one needs it. When you have been paying for insurance to cover the care costs you are indeed the minority. We want to share more information about the pro’s and cons of owning an ‘LTC’ insurance. Read more here…
This is what our current clients say about us
Q: How would you rate the impact of the services on your daily life?
If you would like to take a look at more in depth- reports on how satisfied our caregivers and clients are – feel free to ask us for it. We take great pride in taking excellent care of our caregivers. Our Home Care Aides (caregivers) are DOJ/FBI background checked, California Home Care board certified, and receive training.
We provide healthcare, dental, vision, life insurance, and a 401k retirement plan for our eligible caregivers and admin staff. We yearly train our caregivers and provide CPR and First Aid training to assure that your caregiver is CPR and First Aid certified. Additionally, we provide ongoing skills training and our aim is to have and support our caregivers to grow in their care careers. We have seen many of our caregivers grow financially, and emotionally, from starting with nothing to being able to buy a house and start their own family.
Caregivers dealing with financial blowbacks, such as unexpected car repair bills, medical bills, or other incidentals can apply for a grant with the Care and Caregiving Fund.
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