Visiting Angels Buena Park, CA
“Under her care, his diabetes stabilized for the first time in three years and his meltdowns stopped. She was able to get him to do things we couldn’t get him to do. We cannot say enough about how your organization responded and provided more than we could ever have imagined to help us help our Dad.”
Experienced Elder Care Services from Visiting Angels Buena Park
Choosing an elder care provider for your loved one is an important decision. It’s natural to have many requirements on your wish list for an elder care provider. Experience is often at the top of that list. Finding an experienced elder care provider is essential to ensuring your loved one receives the best possible care.
Visiting Angels is proud to offer families in Orange County and locally in Buena Park, CA access to some of the most experienced elder care professionals in the area. We only hire caregivers who are experienced in providing elder care services. Each caregiver on our team has been carefully vetted. We have a multi-step interview process and require all caregivers to submit professional references. In addition, all caregivers must participate in a comprehensive background investigation and criminal background check. We take the time needed to make sure the caregivers we hire are trustworthy individuals. We won’t hire a caregiver we wouldn’t be comfortable inviting into our own home to care for a member of our own family. Visiting Angels Buena Park.
The experienced elder care providers from Visiting Angels Buena Park, CA assist with a wide range of care concerns. We commonly assist families with respite care for family caregivers, Alzheimers care, private duty care, and companion care services. Our Angel companions are experienced in providing care that includes medication reminders, hygiene assistance, dressing assistance, grooming care, light housekeeping, meal planning and preparation. If your loved one has been missing appointments or favorite activities because it is difficult to get out of the house, your caregiver can help them resume their old routine.
While it can be difficult to welcome an elder care provider into your home, Visiting Angels Buena Park will do everything possible to ease the transition to at home care services. We never assign caregivers to our clients without their input and direction. We’ll find out what kind of caregiver you believe is the best fit for your family and provide you with a list of caregivers who can meet your needs. After meeting with them, you’ll be able to choose the caregiver you’d like to visit your loved one at home. Visiting Angels Buena Park.
Finding an elder care provider is an important decision. Call Visiting Angels Buena Park today and choose an elder care provider that will bring you peace of mind.
Buena Park is a city in northwestern Orange County, California, about 12 miles (20 km) northwest of downtown Santa Ana, the county seat. As of Census 2010 its population was 80,530. It is the location of several tourist attractions, including Knott’s Berry Farm. It is located within the Los Angeles metropolitan area.
Buena Park’s E-Zone district, located along Beach Boulevard, is home to several well-known tourist destinations: the venerable Knott’s Berry Farm theme park and its sister water park Knott’s Soak City, Pirate’s Dinner Adventure Show, and a Medieval Times dinner show. The E-Zone has also been home to the Movieland Wax Museum, one of the largest of its kind in the world until it closed in 2005; a Ripley’s Believe It or Not! museum, across the street from the Wax Museum; and the Japanese Village and Deer Park on Knott Avenue.
Los Coyotes Country Club, located in the northeast of the city, boasts a 27-hole championship course originally designed by Billy Bell in 1957 and redesigned by Ted Robinson in 1998. The Los Coyotes LPGA Classic golf tournament has been hosted there.
The 105-acre Ralph B. Clark Regional Park (originally Los Coyotes Regional Park), nestled at the foot of the West Coyote Hills, is one of Orange County’s prominent parks. Opened in 1981, it is home to an amphitheater, nature trails, and a stocked fishing pond, as well as the Interpretive Center, a small museum which features ice age fossil and local geology exhibits.
The City of Buena Park has its own local history park on Beach Blvd just south of Interstate 5. On these grounds, the city has preserved several historic buildings. These include the Whitaker-Jaynes House (which serves as the city’s local history museum) the Bacon House – possibly the oldest surviving structure from the area, the Stage Stop Hotel (which houses the California Welcome Center-Orange County) and the Tice House. The Buena Park Historical Society manages and maintains the historical content of the museum. The Dreger Clock, a 75-year-old multi-faced street clock, best known for the time it spent at Knott’s Berry Farm, was installed in front of the Whitaker/Jaynes house overlooking Beach Blvd in September 2009 after a two-year restoration project.
A Nabisco factory on Artesia Boulevard was known for many years as a Buena Park landmark. The red “Nabisco” sign was visible from the I-5 Freeway, and visitors to the town could often smell cookies. The factory produced Honey Maid graham crackers, Ritz Crackers, and Nilla Wafers, among other Nabisco products, before shutting down in 2006.
Visiting Angels Buena Park
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