127 Home Care Services for Seniors Serving Alameda County, CA
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Recent Reviews of Home Care in Alameda County
Review of Home Care Assistance Oakland-Berkeley
I like that the interviewers came to my house and that they worked really hard to find a good fit for my loved one. The services are still pretty new, but it gives me a peace of mind to know that m... Read more
Review of Visiting Angels
They came and were eager. They tried hard. I couldn't do those things, so it was very helpful. I think there was a lot of down-time. They didn't have an initiative to do things on their own. Read more
Review of HomeAide Home Care, Inc.
The office staff is very caring and responsive to your needs and concerns. The caregivers are on time and follow instructions. They are able to assist me with all my personal care, meals, errands, ... Read more
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