Cancer Caregivers in Century City

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A cancer diagnosis is life changing, not only for the patient, but for their entire family and loved ones.  Cancer involves abnormal cellular growth that can manifest as a tumor which can spread throughout the body.  Cancer can affect many parts of the body and while genetics may play a role in those at risk, the disease is largely considered environmental.

There are two types of tumors-benign and malignant.  The former is not cancerous and not at risk of spreading.  These once removed typically are not a risk of returning.  The latter, however, is cancerous and is a risk to grow out of control and spread to other parts of the body and multiply.  Depending on the severity of the cancer, radiation treatment, chemotherapy and surgery may be used to treat the patient.  These options carry lasting side effects such as fatigue, nausea, vomiting, pain and bowel issues that can make normal day to day activities difficult.

At A-1 Home Care, we specialize in delivering the highest level of personal care to our clients in the fight against cancer.  Our caregivers are available for 24 hour live in or hourly care and can help with daily errands, medication reminders, meal preparation, exercise, and will ensure they are kept as comfortable as possible.  All of our cancer caregivers, nurse aids, companions and home helpers have at least two years of home caregiving experience, verifiable professional references, national background check, TB test, malpractice/liability insurance, first aid/cpr training, and a personal interview with office staff.  No one should have to go through cancer treatment alone.

Contact us today to learn more about how we can help at (562) 929-8400 or (949) 650-3800!

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