Diabetic Care in Anaheim Hills

If you or an Elderly or Senior loved one has Diabetes, it’s important to make sure a healthy blood sugar level is maintained at all times.  The caregivers and nurse aides at A-1 Home Care can provide you with experienced in-home Diabetic Care and ensure that your loved one follows doctor orders to control Diabetes and lead a healthy lifestyle.  MedicineNet.com provides 7 Principles for Good Diabetes Care, a helpful resource that you can use as a benchmark to see where you stand on maintaining your Diabetes.

A-1 Home Care provides Diabetic Care for full-time live-in care or hourly part-time care.  Our caregivers can help ensure your loved one takes their medication, eats healthy, and exercises daily.  We serve the communities of Anaheim Hills, Yorba Linda, Brea, Fullerton, Corona, Placentia, Villa Park, and other cities in Orange County and Los Angeles County.  We provide a range of Elder Care services such as Alzheimer’s Care, Parkinson’s Care, Incontinence Care, Arthritis Care, and Hospice Care.

Our non-medical caregiver agency is Licensed Bonded and Insured, has an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau, and Shield Accreditation.  We have prestigious memberships with the National Care Planning Council, Torrance Chamber of Commerce, Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce, Pasadena Chamber of Commerce, and Santa Fe Springs Chamber of Commerce.

For more in-home care information, CALL 714-523-4010 today.

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