We refer live-in caregivers for when you need assistance throughout the day and evening. This can be the most affordable option. For many, live-in care becomes a lifeline, helping them to maintain their independence by avoiding a move into a residential care home. They can provide personal care, assistance with the activities of daily living, companionship, and more. Here are just a few reasons why more and more people are choosing live-in care:
Coastline Senior Care referral agency connects in-home caregivers and companions with seniors. We serve California's South Coast including Santa Barbara, Goleta, Montecito, Summerland, Carpinteria, and Santa Ynez Valley. Coastline has simplified the process for you to find a trusted and experienced care professional so you can have the peace of mind knowing the caregiver has been thoroughly screened and verified. Independent caregivers are typically more experienced and affordable than those that are employees of a home care company. They have more control and are responsible for their relationship with you, which results in a happier caregiver - and a happier YOU.
Everyone's needs are different. With hourly care, you choose the days and hours when assistance is needed and you can adjust the amount of care as needs increase or decrease.
With hourly care there is no minimum hours per week. This is your most flexible option. Caregiver assistance can include, but is not limited to the following:
Benefits of Using a Referral Agency
A referral agency makes the process of finding & hiring a caregiver/companion much easier, faster, and safer. Our business model simplifies and improves the process for both clients and caregivers. For most seniors, living at home is the only option. Live-in care provides an affordable solution that enables your loved ones to remain at home - where they want to be. For your protection, all caregivers are carefully screened in the following manner.
Home Care Referral Agency
Santa Barbara, California
Coastline Senior Care, LLC Referral Agency is a Domestic Referral Agency and is not the employer of the domestic workers it refers to you. The domestic worker may be your employee or an independent contractor depending on the relationship you have with him or her. If you direct and control the manner and means by which the domestic worker performs his or her work you may have employer responsibilities, including employment taxes and workers’ compensation, under state and federal law. For additional information contact your local Employment Development Department and the Internal Revenue Service.
Providing professional, quality caregivers at an affordable price.
Rates negotiated between client and caregiver.
Getting your loved one down to sleep, then attending to their needs overnight and getting them up, dressed, and fed, is always a challenge.
Overnight care can improve your health as well as your loved one's. Overnight care offers assistance with some of the hardest aspects of care which allows you to focus on daytime hours which typically involves less taxing caregiving tasks.