Home Care in Orange CA
Orange County, CA
Orange County, California is known for its tourist attractions: Disneyland and beautiful beaches. In addition to being a tourist destination, Orange County boasts a strong network of communities and resources dedicated to providing a high quality of life for its senior residents.
Places like Disneyland are tourist attractions, but they also serve as important community centers for their surrounding areas. Visiting Disneyland, California Adventure, or the Downtown Disney Shopping District are all great places for seniors to walk, enjoy the beautiful Southern California weather, and to feel present and involved in their community.
Many senior community centers service the area, offering programs and activities to keep Orange County's older residents engaged and involved with the community. The Placentia Senior Center, the Brea Senior Center, the City of Fullerton's Senior Services, the Orange Senior Center, the Senior Services of the City of La Habra, and the City of Yorba Linda's Senior Services provide a number of weekly activities for seniors. These centers provide seniors with opportunities to find community, mental engagement, and low-impact physical activity. Many of these organizations also can help seniors find transportation and meal services.
Community can be found outside of senior centers in Orange County too. Organizations like the Villa Park Women's League host lots of activities for their members that provide great opportunities to build lasting friendships.
Public libraries are also a great place for seniors to get involved in the community. Orange County, the city of Anaheim, the city of Orange and many other cities in the area all operate public library systems. In addition to lending out books, libraries also offer lots of opportunities to find communities in book clubs, author panels, technological and digital resources, and volunteering.
Besides classes offered in local senior centers, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at California State University, Fullerton offers its members courses in a variety of fields. Courses include both in-person and online options, learning in the humanities, sciences, languages, and more, as well as day and overnight trips.
Public parks are also a great place to bring seniors into the community. Walking outside and enjoying nature allows seniors to feel like they belong in the community as well as getting some fresh air and low-impact exercise. The Fullerton Arboretum, Laguna Lake Park, Tri-City Regional Park, and Ted Craig Regional Park are just a few of the beautiful parks and gardens available to the local communities.
Orange County has access to excellent healthcare and places an emphasis on preventative care which greatly benefits our senior community. It has close access to the Hoag Memorial Hospital network, the University of California, Irvine Medical Center, as well as the UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. In addition to the extensive medical care available outside of hospitals, the Placentia VA Clinic provides primary and specialty care for our senior veterans.
Beyond medical care from hospitals and clinics, Orange County hosts a variety of chapters of national organizations dedicated to providing support to individuals and families facing a number of illnesses. Alzheimer's Orange County, the Pacific South Coast Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, and the Orange County Chapter of the ALS Association all provide resources about research and local services.
Staying active and engaged, and finding a sense of belonging is essential to the wellbeing of our senior citizens. Your local community provides the building blocks for that sense of belonging that is so important, and Visiting Angels can help you fully access and enjoy those resources.
Visiting Angels Orange
Our goal at Visiting Angels Orange is to support you and your family and to provide personalized professional care to your loved ones. Caring for the daily needs of the elderly members of your family can be draining, and Visiting Angels seeks to give you the support your family needs to keep you loved one at home and preserve a high quality of life outside of a care facility.
We prioritize the benefits of staying at home with the comfort of familiarity and the support of family, and can help your loved one stay involved with the community and engaged with the world around them. Furthermore, Visiting Angels can help your senior be safe and secure in their own home with a plan specific to their needs.
Each family's journey with Visiting Angels begins with an initial consultation. We'll develop a care plan that meets the needs of your senior and your family, fits with your ideal schedule, and provides the needed services. Some of the home care support services that we can offer include:
- Routine mobility assistance
- Personal care, showering, grooming, dressing
- Medication reminders
- Grocery shopping, preparing meals for seniors
- Assistance with household chores, light housekeeping
- Transportation for seniors
- Ensuring seniors stay engaged with the community
- Providing companionship
Our services are not limited to those listed above. With each of our families we strive to provide specialized care to fit their needs. We can provide dementia care, Alzheimer's care, transitional care, social care, and more. We strive to keep our seniors and their families supported through the process of developing a care plan. Visiting Angels are available 24 hours a day, every day of the week, and can provide many levels of care depending on what is right for you, your family, and your senior.
Serving Orange, Placentia, Fullerton, Anaheim, Villa Park, Brea, and Surrounding Communities
Visiting Angels ORANGE, CA2914 E Katella Ave #204
Orange, CA 92867