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Providing Seniors the Care They Deserve

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The urge to be treated like a child remains even as people get older. Our elderly loved ones have always looked out for us ever since we were young. Now is the time to give something back. Our top aim at Sunshine Home Health Aide Org., Inc., a friendly and dependable provider of ADL assistance in La Mesa, California, is to create a community where your family members may feel loved and cared for. We promise that our selection of services will be able to benefit your elderly loved ones physically, emotionally, and psychologically.

It is our duty as a provider of senior companions in California to make sure that your elderly loved one’s well-being and overall experience is given top priority. We provide a wide range of services to meet your needs and ambitions for your older family members. We strive to exceed expectations by treating every client like a member of our family.

We commit to offering high-quality personal care services, such as help with physical therapy assistance, feeding, dressing, and grooming.

In addition, we assist with daily tasks and other errands to make things much easier for your elderly loved ones, which includes food preparation, grocery shopping, pet care, light housekeeping, and other tasks at home.

We are a reputable and reliable home care provider who recognizes the needs of elderly individuals at home. One of our objectives is to assist you in keeping up a positive and meaningful relationship with your elderly family members.

If you require our assistance today, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. Feel free to contact us at 619-466-8773 to learn more about what we can offer.

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