Providing you and your loved ones
Peace Of Mind
An AARP survey found that more than 90% of all Americans over the age of 65 state they’d like to stay in their own homes as they age.
A senior's ability to “age in place” allows them to remain in their own home or community, but to do that many may need assistance both from a medical point of view and in general just getting around their home and doing the simple things such as cleaning and shopping.
At Genuine and Personal Homecare, we have a mission to provide compassionate care for those seniors who want to age in place.
We are the perfect solution for those who are not ready to leave their home, but need support to live comfortably and safely in their own home. We strive to address the needs of the whole person. That would include physical, psychosocial, mental, spiritual, and emotional. We try to be sensitive to the values, needs and preferences of our clients and their families.
We specialize in providing Genuine and Personal care for non-medical long term care needs of the elderly and disabled, we provide companionship, meal preparation, medication monitoring, grooming, light house keeping, transportation, incontinence care, respite care, and much more.
We enable seniors to live happy and healthy lives in the comfort of their own home.
After owning my own business for years, I returned to school and have received my Nursing Assistant License; ready to help and nurture the senior community to stay in their homes.
I’ve always understood and loved the senior community. They taught me so early on tolerance, hope, and perseverance, believe in you, love yourself and what you do and most importantly patience with the senior community. We look forward to helping our community in the “Bay Area”.
I come from a long line of caregivers. Caregiving is in the blood.
My grandparent owned their own nursing home in the Bay Area for many years before passing away several years ago. I remember vividly as a young person seeing first hand their dedication and compassion for seniors and the disabled.
I have tried to demonstrate similar compassion in my 12 years in the health care profession as a CNA.
Proudly serving the
San Francisco East Bay Area:
I’ve found that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.