Via Home Care

(650) 315-2238


Why we are the right choice for your in-home care needs

"We are not a Franchise"

Via home care is owned and operated by Eda Anguiano, M.D. Throughout her 11 years living in the Bay Area she has selected top professionals within the healthcare industry to partner with in pursuit of her dream to enhance the lives of her clients by way of providing assistance in their daily routine. “My vision is to enhance life, without interruption to my client’s normal activities. By doing such, we then extend this comfort and security to their families. The number one benefit of working with a non-franchise care agency is that you, the client, have direct access with the final decision maker and owner at all times. Versus an owner that has to check-in with a long distance office.

There are numerous reasons why our premier home care organization in the SF Bay Area, via home care, is the right choice for your in-home care needs. We are a top care provider for families in the San Francisco Bay Area, and we are passionate about the excellent quality of care we provide to our clients.

You have the flexibility to choose your schedules. Clients have different needs. You may need a caregiver only during the night, on weekends, or for transportation to medical appointments. via home care will quickly provide care whenever and wherever needed.

Our Caregivers

Our caregivers are the heart and soul of our organization and they are treated with kindness and respect, they’re direct employees, not contractors. They are fully insured, including workers compensation and liability insurance, and they are bonded by us. We are also responsible for all caregiver benefits, tax withholding, and employer contributions for federal and state unemployment insurance. This totally protects clients and places full responsibility on the agency.

We select the most talented staff members. During interview process we focus on both personality and qualifications combined. Although our caregivers are experienced, we train them to meet the high standards of via home. We also provide our caregivers with continuous education on the latest developments in elder care.

Care Management

One of our compassionate Care Managers work along side with your family and physician to explore and sort through all of the options that suit our clients needs.

We provide a holistic, client-centered approach to caring for older adults or disabled persons. The goal is to improve the client's quality of life and reduce family stress through assessment and monitoring, planning and problem-solving, education and advocacy, and family caregiver coaching.

Our Care manager will counsel you in a multiple areas like: Medical Management (attending doctor appointments; facilitating communication between doctor, client; monitoring client's adherence to medical orders and instructions), Communication (keeping family members and professionals informed as to the well-being and changing needs of the client), Legal (referring to or consulting with elder law attorney, providing expert opinion for courts in determining level of care), Financial (reviewing or overseeing bill paying or consulting with accountant or client's Power of Attorney).



Alzheimer's disease is a progressive disease that deteriorate memory and other important mental functions and is the most common cause of dementia. Dementia isn't a specific disease. Instead, dementia describes a group of symptoms affecting intellectual and social abilities severely enough to interfere with day-to-day life.

Our caregivers on the dementia team receive ongoing training to work with Alzheimer's and Dementia cases. People with Alzheimer's Disease cannot control what is happening to them. We strive to learn new ways to relate to the person with Alzheimer's.

Mental, social, and physical activities help maintain a person's health and well-being. Our caregivers engage with the individuals with mind-stimulating activities including taking walks, singing songs, reading, talking, telling stories, and doing puzzles.


While many LGBT seniors have been out and vocal about their orientation, being placed in the care of individuals who may not be open to—or educated in dealing with—the LGBT community places them at greater risk for discrimination, isolation and abuse.

Home is often the only place that LGBT individuals feel comfortable.

The challenge in finding competent, compassionate, nondiscriminatory care lies in finding caregivers and agencies with the right attitude about caring for someone with a different sexual orientation.

“LGBT seniors have had to contend with home care agencies and caregivers that have refused care, provided substandard services, been abusive, or tried to convert them—a disrespectful and harmful action. They are less likely to report abuse to law enforcement or adult protective services agencies because they fear being “outed” by their caregivers.”

Via home care will

  • Provide staff training on how to engage with the LGBT community, including cultural competency courses.
  • Give seniors the opportunity to state their sexual orientation on applications.
  • Include “gender identity or expression” (or “gender identity”) and “sexual orientation” as protected classes, in addition to other federally-protected classes, in non-discrimination policies.


The transition home after a stroke can be a stressful one. Capabilities have diminished, sometimes quite substantially so that significant assistance is needed. Our goal is to assist our clients in regaining as much of those capabilities as possible. Our caregivers work in coordination with our clients' doctors and therapists to support consistent physical, mental, and nutritional programs prescribed. We can also recommend other professionals after our clients home health benefits have run out.

Give us a call and we can explain how we work with stroke clients to maintain and improve their quality of life.


Compassion and support...these are the two things that clients coping with cancer tell us they need most. However, not just the care recipient needs help. Family members also need support and respite to maintain their health.

Our care managers and caregivers provide that consistent support by offering:

  • Emotional support
  • Preparation of special diets and nutritious meals
  • Transportation to frequent doctor's appointments and treatments
  • Sitting with clients through chemotherapy treatments
  • Getting outdoors and visiting the park
  • Indoor and outdoor exercise assistance when possible
  • Respite for a spouse that needs periodic breaks from care


Parkinson’s is a complex disease that affects each patient differently. Effectively caring for a Parkinson’s client often requires a multi-discipline approach including personal care, medication management, physical therapies, and exercises.

Comprehensive Services for Diverse Needs

Our team offers affordable in-home senior care that enhances a couple’s health and quality of life. With highly discounted rates for two people, our services allow married couples to enjoy their later years together, no matter their unique needs.

Our services include:

  • Medicine Reminders
  • Dressing Assistance
  • Picking Up Prescriptions
  • Reading & Letter Writing
  • Light housekeeping & Laundry
  • Meal Preparation & Cleanup
  • Grocery Shopping & Meal Planning
  • And More!



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