Caregiver Service in Century City

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Bone mass decreases when you don’t use it enough.  For those who are aging, exercising often become less and less of a priority.  Osteoporosis is a common disease among seniors and elderly, resulting from losing too much bone, or that the body is not producing enough bone to recover the loss.  When the bones are weak, daily subtle actions such as bumping into a desk corner, or sneezing can easily break a bone in the more serious cases according to the National Osteoporosis Foundation.  Furthermore, the 10 million Americans number who have the disease does not show the underlying problem for the over 30 million who are at risk for the disease. In addition, when elderly break a bone, it is usually in complicated places on the body such as the hip, spine and wrist, affected the health and quality of life of those affected.

A-1 Home Care in Century City offers skilled and experienced caregivers who are dedicated to provide the best care in a wide range of services, including Arthritis Care, After Surgery Care, Parkinson Care, Alzheimer’s Care, Incontinence Care, and other Elder Care services.  With dedicated caregivers such as Vanessa Vasquez, Sergio Perez, Zulema Chavez and Horacio Fletes, hiring a caregiver from A-1 Home Care means you will have a peace of mind on the when you are away from your loved ones.  Many have sung praises about A-1 Home Care with testimonials, and if you have loved ones who live in Century City, Hollywood, Santa Monica, Marina Del Rey, and other cities around Los Angeles and Orange County, we hope you will be one of them in the future!

Call 310-657-8780 to speak with our representatives, or visit for more information.

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