Nursing, physical therapy and other medical services after medical treatment
Relief from pain and other symptoms during a serious illness
Comfort and compassion for patients and loved ones at the end-of-life
Private Duty Services is continuous nursing for medically fragile patients
Help at home with chores, self-care or other activities of daily living
We have been privately owned and operated since 1989. Throughout the years, the Assisted care team has offered high quality, compassionate home health, palliative care, hospice care and caregiver services to patients and their loved ones. As a privately owned and operated healthcare organization, we do things with a special touch. Our team—some of whom have been with us from the beginning — are like family. At Assisted, we take care of your family like they are members of our family.
We visit you at home, in a personal care residence, a hospital or wherever you choose. Whether you need skilled nursing, physical therapy or other home care services, pain management during a serious illness, compassionate end-of-life care or non-medical assistance with daily activities, Assisted can help – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Assisted is proud to provide In-Home Care in Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara and Arizona locations. We’ve earned a reputation for excellence from thousands of grateful patients and families. Assisted is state-licensed, Medicare certified, Medi-Cal certified, and the recipient of many national honors, certifications and accreditations.
Everyone has likely heard the term “Healthy Body, Healthy Mind”. This is also true for our loved ones with dementia. It’s imperative to support the body and the mind by choosing healthy foods and ensuring physical activity. Here are a few ways help keep your loved one’s mind and body healthy. Build A Healthy Plate…
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