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Pacific Senior Care Services, we are known as a very compassionate and caring agency. Our office is located in the heart of Walnut Creek. We walk and breath in every step our core values: Love and compassion.

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We specialize in helping families find appropriate placement for their loved ones, such as senior living communities, memory care communities, hospice residential care and short term stay (respite care homes)

We offer a free personalized service, that helps you find a community for you or your loved one.

We personally visit every retirement home that we represent, because we understand how difficult it can be to find the right place. Pacific Senior Care Services conducts a complete background check and history of each facility.

We have toured and evaluated hundreds of small residential care homes, large assisted living facilities and special memory care programs in Contra Costa County, Alameda County, Marin County and San Mateo County.

There is a comfort in knowing that you do have choices.

The places to live can include:

  • Assisted living communities.
  • Senior Care Homes.
  • Independent Living Communities for Adults.
  • Hospice care homes.
  • Respite Homes.
  • Alzheimer's and Dementia facilities. (Memory Care Homes)
  • Skilled nursing facilities.


                                       Homecare Services (Non-Medical)

We also offer in homecare services working together with accredited Home Care Agencies.

Every single client received a personalized care plan to ensure the necessary assistance to keep them safe while maintaining their independence in the comfort of their own home.

We will develop a personalized program of senior support services tailored for you!

*Respite Care

Many families need temporary relief, also called respite care. 

Our caregivers can provide a break for family members to allow time away from full-time care

giving. While they take a break, their loved ones can continue to get dependable assistance and companionship.

*Personal Care

We provide transitional care from the hospital to home.

-We provide companion visits.

-We provide medication reminders

-Personal services includes assisting with care tasks such as: grooming,

dressing, feeding, helping with exercises post discharge following MD orders.

*Home Support Services

-Grocery shopping for our clients.

-Schedule appointments.

-Cooking and serving meals.


-Cleaning and changing beds.

-Caring for pets: including feeding, exercising & cleaning.


-Companions for medical visits.

-Pick up medications and running errands.

Give us your to-do list, and we’ll take care of it!




Home Health Agencies


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Home health care is a wide range of health care services that can be given in your home or a community retirement for an illness or injury. Home health care is usually less expensive, more convenient, and just as effective as care you get in a hospital or skilled nursing facility (SNF). 

Home health care can work in conjunction with other homecare aids who can assist with daily living activities, such as bathing and dressing. When choosing a provider use every resource you can to ensure that your loved one is getting the best possible care.


Seniors are faced with a choice of living arrangements, physical challenges, health issues, caregiving issues, legal consequences of aging and dying, property ownership, taxes, inheritance issues, family relationships, debt, death of a partner, reliance on Medicare or Medicaid, potential for veterans benefits and many more issues in their later years and family members assisting their older loved ones are bewildered by the challenges and the choices they have to make.

This is where we come in with our planning approach.

Our Life Resource Planning could be one of the most valuable tools for families-consists of helping aging seniors and their families prepare for their later years by planning for long term care, accessing government benefits, finding sources of funding, setting aside money for death benefits, preserving assets, and preparing for the possibility of Medicaid. Also, uncover funding options to pay for your senior care services such as veteran's benefits, life insurance or a reverse mortgage. Approximately 20% of all seniors could qualify for the so-called aid and attendance benefit if they also need to pay for private duty home care or moving into an assisted living facility or senior care home.




Prepare a personalized comprehensive assessment of your loved one to help determine the type of community and level of care he/she needs, based on medical issues, medication reminders, safety issues, personal care needs, emotional support and other cognitive needs.

  • Coordinate with case managers, social workers and doctors before discharge, and assist with move-in process and preparation.
  • Help prevent unnecessary readmission to hospitals.
  • Work together with the family to understand needs and goals.
  • Screen facilities for any past violations and negotiate your monthly rate.
  • Provide a guided tour and set appointments for you to visit the homes. This tour is designed to give you alternatives that will meet your specific needs.
  • Specialize in challenging placement needs and respite care needs, including memory care, behavior and high acute care.
  • Assist families in providing senior referrals and resources, working with accredited in-home care agencies for your loved one in the comfort of their home or retirement home.
  • Assist families with home health nursing referrals to accredited and Medicare certified agencies.
  • Partnering with a Bilingual Insurance-Brokerage Agency to help families and seniors with financial planning and final expense.
  • Helping families with Aid and Attendance benefits with our VA accredited advisor.


Phone: 650-766-8702

Main Office: 925-472-6618

“There is no one who is insignificant in the purpose of God." - 

Alistair Begg

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