Welcome to At Home Caregivers!

As we launch our new website, one of the things I look forward to most is to share with you what I call “Dispatches from the Front Lines of 21st Century Homecare”. Please stay tuned and check back often!  

Without you, dear Caregiver, there would be no Labor Day

For those of you who spent your last visit with me at At Home Caregivers before heading off to a client, you may remember that I said that what you do – Caregiving – is priceless. As I tell everyone in that meeting the REAL business we are in is to: Preserve our Clients Independence Protect their dignity Provide peace…

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9/11 – A Tragic Day – A New Future of Service to Others

I am not sure if you know the story of how At Home Caregivers began, but it started exactly 14 years ago today. It was a Tuesday, I was in New York City on East 61st street eating breakfast with a winery owner. Since 1983, the year I moved to San Francisco, I worked in various sales, marketing and management…

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Activated Attention Deficit Disorder

In the service of others, when we often work with families in crisis, one of the most potent tools in my bag is HUMOR. I find that my constituents; septos, octos and nanos, have a wonderful sense of humor. They know how to laugh at themselves to relieve stress and gain perspective. The funny story below was originally read to…

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Listen to what a Hospice Social Worker has to say about At Home Caregivers

Transcript: I am calling to thank all of you all of you for the wonderful work you have done for Judy. I just called Sherry again he said Elmer is our angel and that he knows exactly what do to. He stays reserved and stays in the background and says what he needs to. They love him and are getting…

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Activated Attention Deficit Disorder

In the service of others, when we often work with families in crisis, one of the most potent tools in my bag is HUMOR. I find that my constituents; septos, octos and nanos, have a wonderful sense of humor. They know how to laugh at themselves to relieve stress and gain perspective. The funny story below was originally read to…

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Why Home Care?

I love what I do helping people live their lives At Home in peace, dignity and privacy. What I really do is help families who are experiencing some sort of health/medical crisis solve the problems associated with caring for their mother/father/loved ones quickly and efficiently, with as much safety, oversight and protection as can possibly be provided to my clients…

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