Ensuring quality of life while aging in place at home

Helping Families

We're Here To Help

When simple projects or activities become challenging or when there may be a loss of a spouse and a sense of loneliness, adding a care companion can fill in the void or help with tasks to ensure safety so aging in place at home can continue for as long as desired.

Lifeline Companion Services has been providing one-on-one personal care since 2005, bringing new energy into the lives of our aging and disabled adult clients, and providing comfort to families who worry about their loved ones both near and from a distance.

Hourly & 24/7 Live-in Care

Qualified Caregivers

Our services are available from 6 to 12 hours daily as well as 24/7 live-in care. All caregivers and attendants are employees of Lifeline Companion Services and are insured, bonded, pre-screened, background checked, supervised and must complete advanced skills training.

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elderly friends with caregiver

Compassionate Care

Guidance & Support

“We’re Here to Help” with compassionate, reliable, dedicated non-medical care ranging from companionship to late stage care and, when needed, by partnering with geriatric professional resources to ensure quality and skill necessary to meet each stage of aging-in-place at home.

We are with you 24/7 for guidance, support and of course, CARE!

Lifeline Companion Services is licensed through the California Department of Social Services.

Proud Members Of

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Foundation for Senior Services

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Home Care Standards Bureau

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Online Testimonials

Alzheimer’s disease and various types of Dementia include loss of cognitive functioning—thinking, remembering, and reasoning—and behavioral abilities to such an extent that it interferes with a person’s daily life and activities. These functions include memory, language skills, visual perception, problem solving, self-management, and the ability to focus and pay attention. Our care providers are trained specifically on how to communicate and care for a client with Dementia or Alzheimer’s during periods of “sun downing”, excessive compulsive or repetitive behaviors and confusion.

Elder care is best defined as any number of personal care and health care services available to seniors that are tailored to help meet their needs as they age.  These services provide assistance to seniors who may have trouble with activities of daily living such as dressing, bathing, medication reminders, food preparation, appointments, transportation and light housekeeping.  Companionship brings a sense of safety and trust for clients and reassurance to families concerned about their loved ones choosing to remain aging in place at home.

Chronic Conditions: A chronic condition is a health condition that is persistent or otherwise long-lasting in its effects or a disease that comes with time. The term chronic is often applied when the course of the disease lasts for more than three months. Common chronic diseases include Parkinson’s disease, arthritis, asthma, cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes, and autoimmune diseases.  Our care staff are educated on newest techniques and protocols to care most chronic conditions that may include gait and motor exercises, oxygen supervision, blood pressure monitoring, massage, etc.

Rehabilitation: The process or period of gradually regaining one’s health and strength.  Physical therapy and occupational therapy is often a big part of rehabilitation care.  In addition to assisting with activities of daily living, our care staff can attend outside therapy sessions and receive instruction on exercises to continue at home, to accelerate healing and increase strength, between each scheduled therapy session.

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