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Sincere Care Specialize in Clients Health

If you are sincerely concerned about your parents’ quality of life, you have come to the right place Sincere Care has been a family owned home care agency serving Los Angeles since 1990. We only select professionals that we would want to care for our own family, and we pride ourselves on helping you find the most qualified, dependable, and compassionate caregiver for your needs. At Sincere Care we believe families should be enjoying time with their elderly loved ones and not worry about financial burdens. We will work with you and your insurance to make sure our services are affordable Home care services At Sincere Care we understand seeking home care services can be emotionally and financially difficult. Also navigating through the world of elder care can be confusing with so many types of services available. Sincere Care is here to make things simple. We will do all the complex insurance billing, whether you are paying through long-term care insurance or other methods. We will handle all the accounting, we will directly pay your caregiver, and we will also handle the liability, worker’s compensation, and bond insurance. Live-in Care A Live-in caregiver can provide you or your loved one with 24-hour care and we guarantee our Live-in caregivers are more affordable then moving into a large assisted living facility. Elderly suffering from chronic illness, physical or mental disability can benefit from a full-time Tips for Taking Care of Someone with Alzheimer’s When you are taking care of a person with Alzheimer’s disease, every day brings new challenges. Just when you think you’ve got the hang of it, the disease progresses, and a new host of issues crop up. New patterns of behavior start to surface. The person becomes less able to perform once-familiar tasks and relies more heavily on you. Here are some tips for coping with some of the most common challenges that people caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s face

Causes Diabetes One of the chief reasons that generate type one diabetes is autoimmune. Brought on by auto antibodies damaging most of the ‘beta’ cells inside of the pancreas, they will likely stop operating. The number of ‘beta’ cells you might have may likely be normal when born, nevertheless months or maybe years following your birth the formation of auto antibodies will start to annihilate them. According to the Medicare 2013 Handbook: Long-term care is non-medical care for people who have a chronic illness or disability. Non-medical care includes non-skilled personal care assistance, like help with everyday activities, including dressing, bathing, and using the bathroom. At least 70% of people over 65 will need long-term care services at some point. Medicare and most health insurance plans, including Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap) policies, DO NOT pay for long-term care, also called custodial care. Long-term care insurance— This type of private insurance can help pay for many types of long-term care, including both skilled and non-skilled (custodial) care. Personal resources— You can use your own resources to pay for long-term care. Some insurance companies let you use your life insurance policy to pay for long-term care. Other private options— Besides long-term care insurance and personal resources, you may choose to pay for long-term care through a trust or annuity. If more information please visit

Sincere care specialize in clients health aide  

At Sincere Care we understand seeking home care services can be emotionally and financially difficult. Also navigating through the world of...