Senior Care, Elderly Care, Personal Care, In Home Care Services, Home Health Care in Sacramento, CA California.
Sacramento Life Force Home Health Care is a family owned and locally operated Non-medical Home Health Care Service Agency, we are committed to our clients and their needs. Our goal is to give dedicated assistance and support with all the needs of daily life – to our clients and to their families. We can provide services to anyone at least 18 years of age and up.
We hire only experienced home health caregivers and we are not a referral agency. All of our staff are well trained, supervised and under our direct control at all times. We are always in full compliance with all California and US employment laws and requirements.
Since we are an independently owned home health care agency, we are able to customize a comprehensive plan of service that addresses your individual needs. We are here to provide whatever it takes to make the difference – from 4 hours, three days a week; to 24-7 hour care; we provide the best service possible. We are here for you – with competitive rates, and free in-home consultations.
One of the most important services we can provide our clients – is not doing something for them! We are there to ensure that the client lives a better quality of life, not to take any ability away from them. If our client can do something, we let them; if they have difficultly doing something, we will help them; and of course – if they can’t perform a task, we are there to do it for them. Working side-by-side with our client ensures they enjoy the best quality of life possible, without losing their independence.
We also have extensive experience working with Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Parkinson’s clients. Our caregivers understand the special needs that these clients require, and are able to serve them with expertise and compassion. The Senior and Elder care services we provide are the best in the Sacramento, CA area. We can provide home health care to anyone aged 18 or older.
The history of Sacramento, California began with its founding by Samuel Brannan and John Augustus Sutter, Jr. in 1848 around an embarcadero that John Augustus Sutter, Jr. constructed at the confluence of the American and Sacramento Rivers a few years prior. After the arrival of Europeans, the Nisenan branch of the Native American Maidu inhabited the Sacramento Valley area. The Spanish were the first to explore the area, and Sacramento fell into the Alta California province of New Spain when the conquistadors claimed Central America and the American Southwest for the Spanish Empire. The area was deemed unfit for colonization by a number of explorers, and as a result remained relatively untouched by the Europeans who claimed the region. When John Sutter arrived in the provincial colonial capital of Monterey in 1839, governor Juan Bautista Alvarado provided Sutter with the land he asked for and Sutter established New Helvetia, which he controlled absolutely with a private army and relative autonomy from the newly independent Mexican government.
The California Gold Rush started when gold was discovered at Sutter’s Mill, one of Sutter, Sr.’s assets in the city of Coloma in 1848; the arrival of prospectors in droves ruined Sutter’s New Helvetia, and trade began to develop around a wharf he had established where the American and Sacramento Rivers joined. In the region where Sutter had planned to establish the city of Sutterville, Sacramento City was founded; Sutter, Sr. put his son in charge in frustration, and Sutter, Jr. worked to organize the city in its growth. However, its location caused the city to periodically fill with water. Fires would also sweep through the city. To resolve the problems, the city worked to raise the sidewalks and buildings and began to replace wooden structures with more resilient materials, like brick and stone. The city was selected as the state capital in 1854 after Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo failed to convince the state government to remain in the city of his namesake.
For a more extensive history of Sacramento, California visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Sacramento,_California