17141 Ventura Boulevard Suite 205, Encino, CA 91316
24 Hour HomeCare can help you continue a full, active, and healthy way of life by providing premier, non-medical, in-home personal care tailored to your needs. Since 2008, our award-winning company has served the local community with a commitment to customer service and respect. The caregivers we employ are carefully screened, fully insured, and have undergone several ethics tests. We also professionally train our caregivers, so you can rest easy in our dedicated and qualified hands!
Our caregivers are available to clients around-the-clock, every day of the year. Don’t worry if your schedule or care needs change over time — we’re highly flexible and will work with you to get you the services you prefer when you need them. Learn more about the 24 Hour HomeCare difference today.
24 Hour Home Care works with you to devise a care schedule to fit your needs and preferences. Whether you or your loved one lives at a family home or at a senior living community, we can assist with our personal care services, making each day a little more comfortable and enjoyable.
Our services include such things like assistance with activities of daily living, homemaking tasks like housekeeping and laundry, medication reminders,...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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I am writing this review based on my personal experience with this company for my dad. This company from the start promised caregivers that would best suit my dad's personality. From the start there were multiple caregivers coming into my home. There was no stability of who was going to take care of him. My dad has dementia and needs consistency. I had to keep calling representatives to constantly replace poorly experienced caregivers. They would come into my home, leave my dad in his room and fall asleep in the living room on my couch. Another caregiver, refused to leave my home when I asked him to leave because he was sleeping in my kitchen. He actually got mad that I wanted him to leave. I was on the phone with a representative during the whole incident. The company also called him and told him to leave yet he didn't! I have no idea how they are employing people who are extremely unprofessional. It doesn't stop there! My dad who has had brain surgery fell 2 times under caregiver supervision and hit the floor with his head. We had to take him to the hospital. For the care that I am paying for and expecting this should not be happening. I made the company very aware about my expectations and complaints multiple times. They tried to change caregivers but continued to send me unqualified people who could not do the only thing I asked for which was STAY BY HIS SIDE. This is not the care I want for my dad. However, these were just a FEW of the experiences from the care my dad received. I talked to the manager [name removed] who was understanding but too little too late to make things right. There were multiple chances and opportunities for this company to give the service they promised. I preferred to go with another company that will make sure they employ quality caregivers. 24 Hour Home Care is aware of all my complaints and about this review. Extremely unfortunate to have to experience this I hope no one else has to.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
[Removed]Officer. Very good services. Expensive, but probably a tax write off They do everything including helping to outfit the home with accommodations.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
They were great, very professional when mom was just out of the hospital. Unfortunately they must be recommended by the hosp, one can't hire them from the outside.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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