San Francisco’s First Choice for Senior Home Care and Elder Care Services
Serving happy clients in:
- San Francisco
- Pacific Heights
- The Marina
- Nob Hill
- The Richmond
- Russian Hill
- The Castro
- Noe Valley
- Potrero Hill
- Ashbury Heights
- St. Francis Wood
- Laurel Heights
- The Greater Bay Area
- and more!
For over fifteen years, Home Care Assistance and our experienced caregivers have served seniors and their families with exceptional home care.
We provide older adults in San Francisco and the broader community with one-on-one support that allows them to live safely and independently at home.
As the premier home care provider in San Francisco, we have the deepest employee roster of skilled and compassionate caregivers. As a result, our Client Care Managers are able to match our clients to caregivers not only based on their home care needs, but also their personalities and interests. We offer high quality assisted living where seniors most prefer: at home.
Our 24/7 Guarantee means that we will be there when you need us – days, nights and weekends. Call us today to learn more or visit our office in San Francisco.
We offer high quality assisted living where seniors most prefer: at home.
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Meet the San Francisco Team
Al Oliveros brings over ten years of professional experience in the senior care industry to his role as Home Care Liaison. Prior to Home Care Assistance, he worked as a program and activities director for a senior living home in Los Angeles. Since his move to Northern California, Al has helped hundreds of seniors and their families navigate the home care maze with ease. His passion for helping older adults maintain their independence and extensive experience in senior care are invaluable to San Francisco’s senior population.
Laurette brings over 7 years of experience in home care to her position as Director of Client Care. A world traveler, Laurette settled down in San Francisco in 2000 where she became an active volunteer in the senior community. She pursued her passion as Director of Client Experience for a home care agency where she oversaw care provided for clients and their families. Laurette has extensive knowledge on home care and elder law in San Francisco and years of professional experience working with clients’ needs and preferences. As a long distance caregiver to her parents, she is very understanding and empathetic to the challenges of caring for a loved one. Laurette is an invaluable member of the San Francisco team and an excellent resource for clients and their families.
Maya has been a Staffing Manager for eleven years and has experience working with agencies in San Francisco and Daly City. Maya is fluent in both Tagalog and English and is very adept at counseling, supporting and managing the caregiver team. Known as Ms. "No Problem In This House", Maya tackles the trickiest staffing assignments with calm and ease. Maya's enthusiasm for her work goes beyond staffing cases as she enjoys cooking and is often whipping up delicacies for caregivers and clients. In her free time, Maya visits caregivers in the field to celebrate their birthdays and anniversaries and enjoys making them feel appreciated. The greatest reward to Maya is when a caregiver or client calls and shares that the match she made is perfect, confirming that she is thriving in this challenging role.
Dulce comes with over 13 years of professional experience in staffing after having worked in skilled nursing facilities, hospitals and home care companies. She brings this experience to her current role as Staffing Manager where she is responsible for staffing caregivers to clients based on their unique needs and preferences. Dulce enjoys fulfilling her role and finding the perfect match for caregivers and clients so that they can develop deep relationships above and beyond basic personal care.
Akina's area of expertise is in sales, management and staffing. Her degree is a BS of Nursing, which is helpful in her positions as she works with hiring and training caregivers to have the skills needed to take the best care of her clients as possible. Akina has 4 years of experience in her field.
As the Home Care Liaison for Home Care Assistance in San Francisco, Yasmin Bahl will coordinate home care services for patients leaving the local hospitals, educate the community partners like Home Health, Hospice and Geriatric Care Managers and many more on Home Care Assistance’s innovative approach to in home care.
Yasmin has over a decade of healthcare business development experience. In her last position at Hennessey Wellness, an ambitious startup, she headed Business Development and Sales. She spent a lot of time working at UCSF with the surgeons, the nurses, patient educators and the case managers. In the small team she worked to solve the difficulties surrounding transitional care after an acute hospitalization; mainly after surgery. The aim was to reduce the stress involved in this complex process, improve the ultimate outcome for the patient, and avoid readmission.
While at Hennessey Wellness, Yasmin created several high-value relationships with top Bay Area hospitals including UCSF, Marin General, St. Francis Medical Center, Concierge physician practices and home health companies.
Yasmin’s experiences have given her a flexible, creative, and tenacious ability to meet challenges and get the job done. Yasmin strives to make a difference in the San Francisco senior community. Her mission is truly to help people, and add value wherever possible. On a personal note, Yasmin was born and raised in England and traveled extensively. She is a mountain climber and explorer by nature.
After years working as a project manager by day and volunteer with seniors by night/weekends plus devoted granddaughter, Johnell married her expertise with her passion. Joining HCA as a caregiver in 2017, she learned first hand what it meant to change the lives of seniors and their families. Seeing the staffing and office side of the company first hand, it was clear that she had found her life's purpose. Johnell now gets to combine her love of caring for seniors with supporting them and their families as part of our Care Team. When not working, Johnell and her husband can be found camping and hiking with their pooch, Sydney.
Elizabeth spent 12 years studying, working and volunteering in the medical field at UC San Diego and UC San Francisco where she concentrated on neuroscience research and clinical psychiatry. She also has a Master’s degree in Archaeology and has worked in excavations in Spain and Italy. What Elizabeth likes most about being a client care manager is utilizing her diverse education to approach issues which arise on a daily basis with clients, families, and care givers. This includes considering the personality, family dynamics, and world view of each client so that decisions made in the office will translate into fulfilling their personal wishes for home care. When she’s not working, Elizabeth likes to travel and continue her studies of archaeology, art history and Italian.