Bring home your parents in skilled nursing facilities with our caregivers

Text 408-854-1883 if your need caregivers at home for your parents who are now in skilled nursing facility. We have live-in and 12-hour care at affordable price. Caregivers are trained and monitored to match home care needs of your parents who wanted to go home and not be in a skilled nursing facility.

Less virus at home than in the facilities.

Some skilled nursing facilities are training our caregivers to be ready for the transition of seniors from facility to their homes.

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Treats clients like family with caregivers and PT massaging seniors at home

We are hiring Physical therapists and caregivers to be trained to give holistic care to seniors in facilities and their homes. All seniors in assisted living facilities and nursing homes need one on one care from caregivers , nurses and physical therapists who treat them life family. Care services includes health monitoring, massage, light housekeeping and assistance in daily living from caregivers matched to your needs.

408-854-1883 or for faster response.

Live with less pain, more hugs and massage.

Be with caring companions and caregivers.

Physical therapists that give extra time and attention.


Why many senior care home owners in the bay area are closing their business

Caring for seniors take a lot of energy and compassion. Some senior residential care facility owners are retiring and can no longer be an administrator for 24/7 in home care in the bay area. Some of their caregivers are loyal and some are not and giving them headaches.

But the biggest obstacle in the business is the high cost of home mortgage and taxes that the net profit is getting smaller with employee salaries and house upkeep.

Their children do not want to own the same kind of business as their parents (who are care home owners and caregivers at the same time – changing diapers and bathing seniors who are bedridden or dying).

Some younger generation have no patience in caring for seniors and wanted to follow their own passion.

Most loyal caregivers who are still in the business are older and perform above and beyond their job description (assistance in daily living, light housekeeping , massage, cooking).

Email if you are a former care home owner and wanted to leave the business for other options for your business and houses.

And if you need a caregiver for your parents in their own homes, we have compassionate caregivers for home-bound seniors 24/7.



World, give me more bay area seniors who need 24/7 caregivers

I can refer them to care homes and other care team from hospice nurses, massage therapist, doctors, home helpers , companion, drivers, cook to caregivers.

There is a gap in health care. You cannot leave nursing homes or skilled nursing facilities without 24/7 care at home. You cannot heal at the hospital for you need loving care at home.

You cannot be alone, now that you are older, home bound and needing 24/7 non medical in home care.

You need a cook, massage therapist, driver, house cleaner and assistance in daily living.

What good is a house worth so much when your body is needing 24/7 care.

Some of your family members might have no time with their 2 jobs, big family and life.

They might give up on you.

But Motherhealth caregivers will not give up on you.

We are looking for business partners, families who wanted to share their homes with seniors, those who wanted to donate their real estate in promoting senior health with no limits, boundaries or high cost. We need seniors who need 24/7 non medical in home care. We need marketers and seniors to volunteer. We give free training online and in person.

We monitor caregivers and seniors. We give massage to seniors and train all people in the care team to give massage based on senior health care needs.

Contact Connie at 408-854-1883 or if you want to help a senior, a neighbor or the community where you live, the bay area.

1708 Hallmark Lane, San Jose CA 95124


Senior apartments: The Terraces of Los Gatos

I love the high end senior apartments at the Terrace of Los Gatos. They also have affordable senior apartments in various locations in California.
I saw couples living in these senior apartments with nursing facility.
Check out these videos at their site:
 The Levels of Care in Senior Living

CCRCs. Life Plan Communities. Assisted living. Here’s what you need to know about levels of care in senior living communities.

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 Levels of Care in a Continuing Care Retirement Community

Watch this video to learn about CCRCs, a senior living option that provides multiple levels of care on one campus.

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The Right Time: Moving Into Senior Living Communities

In this video, senior living residents share why they moved when they did—and what influenced their decision to move.

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 How You Can Afford Senior Living

There is more than one right way to finance senior living. From selling your home to long-term care insurance and other assets, here’s how you can afford senior living.

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Dining in Senior Living: Breaking Bread

Find out what residents love about the dining—and socializing options—available in their communities.

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Making Friends in Senior Living: 5 Guys Form a Family

Meet the members of the men’s table at Redwood Terrace in Escondido, California, and find out how they built a family in senior living.

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 Couples Moving to Senior Living: A Love Story

Meet two couples who made a fresh start in HumanGood communities—and find out how moving has allowed them to get the care they need.

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Balance Exercises for Seniors

Try these balance exercises for seniors to help with fall prevention.

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Seven Quality of Life Nursing Home Transition Grants from the Paralysis Resource Center Announced

Seven Quality of Life Nursing Home Transition Grants from the Paralysis Resource Center Announced

The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, a national nonprofit dedicated to improving quality of life for individuals living with paralysis, is awarding seven Quality of Life Nursing Home Transition (NHT) grants totaling $280,000 to seven Centers for Independent Living (CILs) nationwide. Funding for the grants is made available through the Paralysis Resource Center (PRC) operated by the Reeve Foundation under a cooperative agreement with the Administration for Community Living at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The PRC’s Nursing Home Transition Grant Program funds Centers for Independent Living across the country to transition people with paralysis living in nursing homes back into their homes or a community-based setting of their choice.

Under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) passed in 2014, CILs are charged with supporting individuals to transition into community-based settings as a new core service, but CILs often lack the resources to do so robustly. The PRC’s NHT grants serve to supplement the work CILs are already doing to fulfill their responsibilities under WIOA and to help achieve the Reeve Foundation and ACL’s shared mission of full community participation for people with disabilities.

The applicants were chosen based on their innovative project designs and scaling up capacity. These funds will allow flexibility in purchasing a variety of nursing home transition needs that are not currently covered by other funding sources such as rental and utility deposits, first month’s rent, moving costs, purchase of home furnishings, assistive technology, personal care attendant services, internet access, and other startup cost and services. The applicants will also be able to hire more staff or increase staff hours to help address rural isolation, assist very low income individuals, and provide post transition services.

See the press release for more details about these grant awards.


ACL funds the Paralysis Resource Center to provide comprehensive information for people living with spinal cord injury, paralysis and mobility-related disabilities and their families. Resources include information and referral by phone and email in multiple languages including English and Spanish; a peer and family support mentoring program; a military and veterans program; multicultural outreach services; free lending library; quality of life grants; and a national website.