108 Home Care Services for Seniors Serving San Mateo County, CA
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Recent Reviews of Home Care in San Mateo County
Review of Carelinx
I was able to hire a caregiver from CareLinx. So far, it's good. I'm very happy with the services and I got them for a good per hour rate. The person is nice. Whenever I call, they always answer my... Read more
Review of Right at Home San Mateo and Palo Alto
We've been a client of Right at Home for about 3 years now. Aside from an occasional hiccup when one of the Caregivers call in sick and don't show up on time, and occasionally RAH will send a Careg... Read more
Review of Home Helpers - San Mateo
They need to replace the dispatcher because she does not answer her phone. I have told her twice that If I don't get a response within 24 hours I would contact the drivers directly for answers. The... Read more
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