Mother’s Day Should Be Every Day


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On a regular job, there are set work hours, lunch breaks, and labor law to protect the worker’s well-being.  As a mother, lunch break meals preparing lunch for the kids, washing the dishes afterward, and constantly worrying about all aspects of the family around the clock.  That means being a mother is more or less a 24 hour job.  We often forget how important of a role a mother plays, and many of only celebrate their achievement when mother’s day approaches.  For this mother’s day, we encourage everyone to really think about all the sweat and sacrifices that these women have made in order to make our lives better, and make an effort to show your how grateful you are of their work beyond Mother’s Day.

Many adult children choose to show their appreciation by providing home care service for their elderly mothers, and many turn to A-1 Home Care to find an experienced and reliable home health aide for their expert assistance.  Our caregivers can provide support in meal preparation, light housecleaning, laundry, medication reminder, safety monitoring, incontinence care, hygiene management, and more.  These caregivers’ versatility allows us to provide individualized service that includes Alzheimer’s care, arthritis care, diabetic care, kidney disease care,  Parkinson care, and more.

Since 1991, A-1 Home Care is proud to cover the communities of Santa Monica, Malibu, Westwood, Burbank, Glendale, Pasadena, Sierra Madre, Whittier, Torrance, Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, and many other areas.

Inquire about our affordable home care service today by calling us at 562-929-8400, or visit our website at to learn more.

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