Our Walnut Creek office was the first of three 24Hr HomeCare branch offices in Northern California and serves as the region’s flag ship office. Located thirty minutes outside of San Francisco, it is one block away from John Muir Walnut Creek, one of the most prominent health systems in the Bay Area. Our office is also minutes away from Meals on Wheels and Senior Outreach services, with which we partnered to create our exclusive Fall Prevention Training Program.
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Address: 1399 Ygnacio Valley Road, Suite 35, Walnut Creek, CA 94598
Phone: (925) 322-8627
Fax: (925) 322-8628
Although we receive numerous applicants for our Caregiver positions, we hire only the top four percent to join our team. We choose Caregivers who have a proven track record working in senior care, and do not accept applicants with less than one year of experience in the field. At 24Hr HomeCare, we expect no less than the best from our employees; therefore, we make sure each and every Caregiver is a warm and understanding individual who has a genuine interest in helping the elderly continue to live happy and fulfilling lives.
Being contracted by the Jewish Family Services’ as home care provider further shows that you can trust your loved one with our Caregivers. All Caregivers have passed a variety of tests and screenings, including a DMV motor vehicle check, a health screening, and a nationwide criminal background check. We also make sure all Caregivers are in top notch mental, physical, and emotional health. 24Hr HomeCare has partnered with the Fall Prevention Program of Contra Costa County to create our Fall Prevention Trainer program – this means that every Walnut Creek caretaker is certified in Fall Prevention.
As an award-winning in home care provider, 24Hr HomeCare offers a wide range of services that include bathing, driving, grocery shopping, cooking, and general home maintenance. As part of our services, we’ll make sure your loved one stays on their medication schedule – we’ll keep a log of medications distributed for accountability purposes.
- Going to a museum: Seniors can interact with Mother Nature at the Lindsay Wildlife Museum, where they’ll be able to observe over 50 animal species that are native to California and are protected by the State.
- Going to a garden: If you or your loved enjoys the natural beauty of the great outdoors, they’ll love the Ruth Bancroft Gardens. This non-profit public dry garden opened to the public in the early 90s and includes plants and cacti that are native to the state of California. If your loved one would like to take a plant home, the center has plants for sale on an ongoing basis.
- Going to a Farmer’s Market: Since 1982, the Contra Costa Certified Farmers’ Markets have been bringing the Contra Costa communities delicious, organically grown fruits and vegetables. While at the Farmer’s Market, seniors can enjoy live music, talk with the famers to learn how to grow food, purchase locally grown foods, and select lovely fresh flower bouquets.