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We are now with a second company. They charge for two hour shifts but the caregiver stays for less than an hour. The evening shift caregivers rarely show up.

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Let's get to the root of the problem. Is the patient hostile or aggressive? That means medication is needed. Is the family whining and complaining or obsessing over every little detail with criticism? That can be fixed too.
When multiple caregivers leave early or fail to show up at all, very often it is the relatives that drive them out.
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Are you self-pay or on California Medicaid? If you are self-pay, ask the patient's primary doctor if he/she has a list of Agencies that you can call. Or go to the top right corner of this page, you will see SEARCH SITE... type in patient's zip code and up should pop a list of housing and care. .

If the patient is on California Medicaid, call the Medicaid office and ask what agencies are available.

Wish we could be more specific, but this website goes worldwide, thus you would need to wait for someone who lives in California, and who lives in your area to be on-line to help you.
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