Inn Home Care is a California registered, fully insured and bonded In-Home Care Agency serving Cities in the Inland Empire and Los Angeles County and surrounding areas. We provide services to individuals who cannot take care of themselves and assist them with daily life activities. Our services can be provided in your loved one’s home or in an assisted living facility. Our services can also enable an aging loved one age-in-place at home rather than in a nursing home or assisted living facility. Our services are broadly classified into:
We understand your pain and concerns about losing your independence, but hopefully, not being able to walk up a flight of stairs unaided does not mean a move to a facility is required as a permanent decision – with our help you can stay at home.
It is very sad if you are experiencing limited mobility due to paralysis from stroke or an accident, but we hope that a move to a facility should not necessarily be the next step – with home care, you can stay and be taken care of at home.
We know it is painful to watch your loved one lose their memory or watch them wander aimlessly and we know you are concerned about their safety – we can help with round-the-clock home care.
We are here to help you and provide peace of mind to your family and loved ones.
Though we are not family, we intend to care for you like one
INN Home Care is prohibited from providing and arranging for medical services. Our caregivers cannot provide medical services to your loved one. The following is a non-exhaustive list of examples of services that are not provided.
*Our caregiver may assist by providing medication reminders, but our caregivers are not authorized to assist with medication that requires administration or oversight of a licensed medical professional.
Our services are provided by qualified and compassionate caregivers. We offer much more than just Personal Care, view all our services.
At Inn Home Care, our mission is to do better than our best. With us, you will be in compassionate hands.
The ability to live in one’s own home and community safely, independently and comfortably for as long as possible.