HomeLife Senior Care

Angela and Vinny DiNicola are the owners of Home Life Senior Care, and award-winning licensed, non-medical home care agency in Brentwood that serves the Bay Area.

Photo courtesy of HomeLife Senior Care

When Vicky Best’s mother underwent neck and back surgery, her 80-year-old father couldn’t give his wife the care she needed.

Best lived two hours away from her parents, worked full-time and was in a bind.

“After a few scary emergencies, I knew we needed more help,” said Best.

She isn’t alone. A growing number of people struggle to juggle their jobs with caring for aging parents. After receiving a recommendation, Best turned to HomeLife Senior Care for support.

HomeLife Senior Care is an award-winning licensed, non-medical, home-care agency in Brentwood that serves the Bay Area. Services are available seven days a week and can range from a few hours a day to 24-hour, live-in care.

“We create a personalized and affordable plan for you and your loved ones,” said Angela DiNicola, founder and owner of HomeLife Senior Care.

Best’s mother, Joanne, lives in Brentwood and has been receiving care from HomeLife Senior Care for over four years.

“HomeLife made my life and my mother’s life, so much easier and better,” said Best. “Their caregivers are compassionate and loving, and the organization is competent at every level. They are a cut above everyone else.”

Before starting their business in 2010, Vinny and Angela DiNicola found themselves in a similar situation of caring for Vinny’s ailing father.

“Although his health wasn’t severe enough for a nursing home and he loved his independence, he was unable to perform his activities of daily living without assistance,” said Angela.

That experience allowed them to see first-hand the importance of dependable and compassionate in-home care and led the DiNicola’s to create HomeLife Senior Care.

“We have a passion for the seniors and families we serve, and our goal is to excel in providing quality, dependable, best-in-class care,” said Angela.

According to Angela, their caregivers and training program are the keys to their success.

“Our caregivers are highly qualified and carefully selected individuals who are dependable and exceptionally caring of others,” she said. “We look for compassionate, honest people and assist them in becoming the best the home care industry has to offer.”

HomeLife Senior Care’s caregivers have access to their exclusive personal care attendant and certified hospice companion aide programs, which elevates their knowledge and status in the industry and instills in them the highest standards of caregiver professionalism. Their training program was designed by a hospice nurse and educates caregivers on health and dying, how to assist patients and hospice nurses with end-of-life care and prepares them for the emotional consequences of caring for the terminally ill.

The company also has a strict policy that a staff coordinator or member of senior management is available 24/7, 365 days a year.

“No matter what time you call, a HomeLife staff member will always be there,” said Angela.

This is comforting and reassuring for family members who don’t live close to their family member receiving care.

“HomeLife kept me in the loop and is excellent with communication,” said Best.

They also use advanced technology to monitor their caregivers’ work attendance in real time to assure they are there when the care is needed. Caregivers can assist with meal and menu planning, errands and transportation, light housework, personal care, medication reminders and other services, including Alzheimer’s and dementia care, socializing and companionship.

HomeLife Senior Care is located at 6440 Brentwood Blvd., Suite A, in Brentwood. For more information, visit www.homelifeseniorcare.com or call 925-240-5770.

To comment, visit www.thepress.net.When Vicky Best’s mother underwent neck and back surgery, her 80-year-old father couldn’t give his wife the care she needed.

Best lived two hours away from her parents, worked full-time and was in a bind.

“After a few scary emergencies, I knew we needed more help,” said Best.

She isn’t alone. A growing number of people struggle to juggle their jobs with caring for aging parents. After receiving a recommendation, Best turned to HomeLife Senior Care for support.

HomeLife Senior Care is an award-winning licensed, non-medical, home-care agency in Brentwood that serves the Bay Area. Services are available seven days a week and can range from a few hours a day to 24-hour, live-in care.

“We create a personalized and affordable plan for you and your loved ones,” said Angela DiNicola, founder and owner of HomeLife Senior Care.

Best’s mother, Joanne, lives in Brentwood and has been receiving care from HomeLife Senior Care for over four years.

“HomeLife made my life and my mother’s life, so much easier and better,” said Best. “Their caregivers are compassionate and loving, and the organization is competent at every level. They are a cut above everyone else.”

Before starting their business in 2010, Vinny and Angela DiNicola found themselves in a similar situation of caring for Vinny’s ailing father.

“Although his health wasn’t severe enough for a nursing home and he loved his independence, he was unable to perform his activities of daily living without assistance,” said Angela.

That experience allowed them to see first-hand the importance of dependable and compassionate in-home care and led the DiNicola’s to create HomeLife Senior Care.

“We have a passion for the seniors and families we serve, and our goal is to excel in providing quality, dependable, best-in-class care,” said Angela.

According to Angela, their caregivers and training program are the keys to their success.

“Our caregivers are highly qualified and carefully selected individuals who are dependable and exceptionally caring of others,” she said. “We look for compassionate, honest people and assist them in becoming the best the home care industry has to offer.”

HomeLife Senior Care’s caregivers have access to their exclusive personal care attendant and certified hospice companion aide programs, which elevates their knowledge and status in the industry and instills in them the highest standards of caregiver professionalism. Their training program was designed by a hospice nurse and educates caregivers on health and dying, how to assist patients and hospice nurses with end-of-life care and prepares them for the emotional consequences of caring for the terminally ill.

The company also has a strict policy that a staff coordinator or member of senior management is available 24/7, 365 days a year.

“No matter what time you call, a HomeLife staff member will always be there,” said Angela.

This is comforting and reassuring for family members who don’t live close to their family member receiving care.

“HomeLife kept me in the loop and is excellent with communication,” said Best.

They also use advanced technology to monitor their caregivers’ work attendance in real time to assure they are there when the care is needed. Caregivers can assist with meal and menu planning, errands and transportation, light housework, personal care, medication reminders and other services, including Alzheimer’s and dementia care, socializing and companionship.

HomeLife Senior Care is located at 6440 Brentwood Blvd., Suite A, in Brentwood. For more information, visit www.homelifeseniorcare.com or call 925-240-5770.

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