Call Us: 408.556.0600
JFS SV HomeCare Services offers a range of non-medical care for older or disabled adults in Santa Clara County, including:
How it Works
Call Jewish Family Services at (408) 556-0600 and ask for the HomeCare Specialist. She will do an intake interview on the phone and schedule a home visit. 24Hr HomeCare makes a home visit to create a personalized match with a home care aide, and then places a home care aide. Care begins as soon as the client is ready. Please call for rates. Our Home Care Lead, Lauren Pizzuli, follows up with each client and remains onboard to ensure satisfaction.
More about 24Hr HomeCare
24Hr HomeCare, founded in 2008, has four offices in Southern California and four offices in Northern California with the nearest in Santa Clara. Their home care workers are hired, employed, insured and bonded. JFS SV works with the company in supervising care and training employees about Jewish cultural and religious issues relevant to home care, provides brief case management support to clients and their family members, and handles all billing and collection of fees. In February 2014, Forbes’ list of America’s Most Promising Companies ranked 24Hr HomeCare as #27. We chose 24Hr HomeCare upon a strong recommendation from Jewish Family and Children Services East Bay for its quality of service, individualized care, follow through and determination to do what needs to be done for every client.
Not Just for Seniors
Home Care Services are not just for seniors. These services are useful for people with disabilities, or those transitioning home from the hospital or recovering from an injury. Anyone needing short or long-term assistance in the home can benefit from these services.
For more info, contact:
Home Care Lead/MSW Intern
Lauren Pizzulli, BS
JFS SV partners with 24Hr HomeCare to provide high quality service and individualized care.
A Client Testimonial:
Our caregiver was just great. She made lunch and did the laundry. Dad didn’t need to get up and do anything. She goes out of her way without being asked.
- Shoshana R.