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Professionals serving seniors and their caregivers in Los Angeles’ Westside in the cities: Baldwin Hills, Bel Air, Beverly Crest, Beverly Glen, Brentwood, Carthay Circle, Century City, Cheviot Hills, Culver City, Hancock Park, Hollywood, Inglewood, Larchmont Village, Leimert Park, Lennox, Los Feliz, Mar Vista, Marina del Rey, Palms, Playa del Rey, Playa Vista, Rancho Park, Santa Monica, Venice, West Hollywood, West Los Angeles, Westchester, and Westwood.
If you are a professional serving seniors and would like to be listed on this website directory, you may download a form here to submit. Please note that listings are paid annually each July to be listed from through the following August, fees are not pro-rated and listings must be approved by the Westside M.A.P.S. committee.
Home Health provides medically necessary nursing care following discharge from either hospital to home or from a Skilled Nursing to home. Doctors typically refer a patient that is ready to be discharged to a Home Health Agency. Home Health services are covered by Medicare in much the same way that prescription medications are covered; the patient’s primary doctor will prescribe what is required and the “prescription” requires renewing for services to continue.
Hospice services provide palliative care and medically necessary nursing services covered by Medicare for the elderly and by MediCal for the disabled. These organizations deliver in-home visitation care for end-of-life support. Hospice services also include chaplain and counseling assistance.
An Assisted Living Community is a licensed community that provides accommodation and care for seniors, generally housing 50 or more residents. Assisted Living Communities are licensed as an RCFE (Residential Care For the Elderly) and may market themselves under titles such as “Senior Care Community”. This section also includes Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC), that have graduating types of care as needs increase.
These listings also include Board & Care or Residential Care Homes which are usually a house located in a residential area typically serving four to six residents, with some accommodating up to ten occupants. Many offer services to memory impaired seniors. A Board & Care must be licensed as an RCFE.
Agencies with part-time and full-time home care workers that provide services such as medicine reminders, companionship, meals and other non-medical help.
Companies that assist seniors in relocating including move managers, real estate professionals, often referred by senior placement specialists.
Home modification companies help make homes safe for seniors with devices to assist in daily living. Durable medical equipment includes wheelchairs, hospital beds, etc.
Professionals in this section provide services to assist seniors and their caregivers. Typically, a Geriatric Care Manager will assess the health and living conditions of the senior and make recommendations based on findings.
Independent doctors and dentists specializing in medical conditions experienced by seniors. Many offer house calls to private residences, board and care homes and assisted living communities.
Professionals listed here provide services that specifically serve seniors including lenders who focus on reverse mortgages; financial advisors and attorneys who specialize in Conservatorships, Wills and Trusts, Power of Attorney and Health Care Directive documents.
This section includes members that provide senior services including adult day care; services for those with Alzheimer’s and memory issues; CPR training; counseling and guidance for seniors and their caregivers; activities and theater; downsizing services.