San Diego GAIN Members

Care Management

Engage Aging Life Care Management 

Phone: (760) 990-3001


Visionary Care Consultants 

Phone: (619) 228-3584


Senior Lifecare Services

Phone: (619) 749-5207 

Fax: (619) 599-8800


What can a Care Manager Do?

A care manager is trained to handle many aspects of caring for older adults while providing support to family members. Case managers design individualized care plans that fit the abilities and resources of clients. 

Care management services coordinate the personal and medical needs of each client with physician and psychiatric services, fiduciaries, attorneys, physical and exercise therapy, professional caregiver agencies, pharmacies, home health, hospice care and other needed resources who specialize in senior care. 

Regular nursing assessments, medication management, advocacy, family communication and a team communication all help to alleviate stress and provide the best care life has to offer.


When to Call:
  • When family members live out of town and more local support is needed
  •  After a major health crisis such as a fall or progressive medical diagnosis
  • Anytime friends and family care givers feel overwhelmed and exhausted 
  • When a loved one is no longer thriving in the current environment 

Home Care

Care Choice Home Care 

Phone: (760) 798-4508

Fax: (760) 798-4519


Coast Care Partners

Phone: (619) 354-2544

Fax: (586) 261-6392


Green Tree Home Care 

Phone: (858) 231-7676

Fax: (858) 225-5927


What can I Expect From Home Care?

Home Care Organizations in California are licensed through the state and provide qualified caregivers to help Seniors stay safely at home. 

Home care is non-medical and supports daily activities like meal preparation, light housekeeping, transportation, personal care, and companionship in a person’s home. 

Caregivers may work with a client a few hours each week or 24 hours each day. Home care is flexible and schedules are determined by the needs of each individual client. Home Care paid privately, by Long Term Care Insurance or by authorized VA benefits.


When to Call:
  • When a loved one has experienced a health event or change in condition
  • Following surgery or a medical procedure
  • When respite support or additional care is needed for hospice and dementia patients
  • When a senior experiences rapid weight loss, depression, social isolation, or changes in personality
  • For 1-on-1 bedside support during hospitalizations or skilled nursing admissions 
  • During a time of driving restriction both temporary and permanent 
  • Anytime there is difficulty keeping up with daily living tasks: bathing, dressing, walking, toileting, maintaining the house, medication reminders, driving, meal preparation 
  • When there is a fall risk or safety concern
  • Any time family members live out of the area or are planning vacations 

Home Health Care - Medical Services

Advanced Home Health 

Phone: (858) 673-8880

Fax: (858) 673-8881


Mission Home Health 

Phone: (760) 809-1822

Fax: (760) 308-6326


Lorian Home Health 

Phone: (877) 567-4265

Fax: (877) 567-4268


What Services do Medical Home Health Services Provide?

Home health care provides a wide range of health care services delivered at home for treatment of 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).

Services are covered by Medicare and other insurance providers. These services are ordered by a physician and usually last 4-8 weeks.

Skilled home health services include:

  • Wound care for pressure sores or a surgical wound
  • Patient and caregiver education
  • Intravenous or nutrition therapy
  • Monitoring serious illness and unstable health status
  • Physical, occupational or speech therapy
When to Call:
  • When you or a loved one are struggling with pain and other limitations in the course of daily living and wish to regain your independence
  • When your doctor is requesting that your treatment of illness or injury be continued after discharge from the hospital or skilled nursing facility
  • When you want to gain coordination assistance with your care such as regular communication on your behalf with your doctor and anyone else who gives you care.


Hospice of the South Coast

Phone: (888) 982-8630

Fax: (858) 408-7532


Radiant Hospice

Phone: (619) 550-3570

Fax: (619) 550-3714


St. Joseph Hospice

Phone: (858) 650-9057

Fax: (760) 294-5796


What is Hospice and How Can Hospice Services Help?

Hospice is a special concept of care designed to provide comfort and supportive care to patients and their families when a life-limiting illness no longer responds to curative treatment.

It focuses on comfort and quality of life, rather than cure. The goal is to enable patients to be comfortable and free of pain, so that they live each day as fully as possible. 

Care is delivered in a variety of settings including a patient’s home, assisted living facility, nursing home and certain hospital settings. Coverage is provided by Medicare, Medicaid, and by most private insurance providers.

When to Call:
  • When a person has frequent hospitalizations and would prefer not to continue using the hospital system
  • When there is a rapid decline in health, frequent infections, reduced desire to eat, or inability to perform activities of daily living
  • When a decision to focus on comfort care rather than aggressive medical treatment
  • When there is terminal Illness

Medical Supplies/DME

Dependable Daughter – Incontinence Supplies 

Phone: (888) 822-3379

Fax: (888) 325-7308


Harmony Home Medical

Phone: (858) 560-8177

Fax: (858) 560-8167


Deluxe Medical Supply, LLC

Phone: (619) 741-5901 ext 888

Fax: (619) 741-5910


What You Should Know About Medical Supplies/DME?

Durable Medical Equipment (DME)  refers to all medical equipment and supplies that a client may use in their home to improve their safety and independence. Medical equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers, and grab bars can add to a person’s ability to perform ADLs and remain as mobile as possible. 

It is important to work with a professional to select your medical equipment, as there are sizes and style choices that should be chosen based upon the person’s need and specifications.

When to Call:
  • Upon discharge from the hospital or skilled nursing when patient is going home with new mobility challenges.
  • When patient reports difficulty in performing their ADL’s.
  • When an older adult is living independently but does not have grab bars in the shower or hand rails on steps
  • When client demonstrates muscle and balance decline by doing things such as “wall or furniture walking”, holding onto caregivers arm to walk, or requiring to hold onto a shopping cart to walk in the store

Mobile Dentist

Home Care Dentists

Phone: (949) 429-7100

Fax: (949) 429-7101


Why Chose a Mobile/Geriatric Dentist?

Mobile/Geriatric dentist and assistants are trained in the field of homebound patients. They learn and develop special skills to best meet the specific needs  of senior patients. They are knowledgable at working with  patients with specific diagnosis Alzheimer’s and Dementia, Parkinson’s, Stroke, Agoraphobia, Hospice, and any other disabled patient. 

Mobile/Geriatric dentists evaluate patients and develop a specialized treatment plan. They coordinate with the facility, family members, care managers, medical doctors, and Powers of Attorney, or conservators.

It is important that every patient have a dentist, just as every patient has a medical doctor. A patient may need routine cleanings or more extensive dental work to help improve oral health which directly impacts overall health. 

When to Call: 
  • If you or your loved one is experiencing pain, infection, swelling in the mouth
  • When there is a broken tooth or crown 
  • When dentures do not fit correctly
  • To replace missing teeth
  • When it has been more than a year since the last dental visit
    If you notice bad breath or bleeding gums

Mobile Doctor

MTK Primary Care Medical Group

Phone: (619) 677-2788

Fax: (619) 677-2799


How Can a Mobile Doctor Help?

Mobile primary care doctors provide complete primary care services in the comfort of a patient’s home. Often, this includes managing acute and chronic conditions and coordinating other medical specialties. 

Mobile physicians provide a wide range of services at home including X-Rays, ultrasounds, lab draws, PPD testing, flu shots, INR monitoring, minor surgeries and procedures, podiatry, dentistry, and a mobile legal support when needed. 

Mobile doctors are also able to help process medically related forms including 602 forms, employee physicals, DMV forms, IHSS forms, VOA forms, and a numerous of other forms, letters, and legalities. 

When to Call:
  • When there isn’t a regular primary care doctor
  • When it is challenging to get to the regular primary care doctor and appointments are missed
  • When there is a change of condition and geriatric focused doctor is needed
  • Anytime leaving the home for medical treatment is a hardship

Senior Living Placement

Care Excellence Team

Phone: (760) 978-3489

Fax: (760) 859-3726


Majestic Care

Phone: (858) 726-4477



Oasis Senior Advisors 

Phone (760) 688-7618


Senior Care Authority 

Phone: (619) 930-9098

Fax: (619) 930-9098


How do Senior Advisors Help?

A senior living advisor works with you and your family to help match you with the senior living options that suit your needs and preferences.

Our personal one-on-one approach allows us to advise seniors and their families with compassion and informed data based on lifestyle, location, finances, health conditions, and more.

When to Call:
  • When caregiving at home becomes too much to handle

  • When safety of the individual is hard to maintain due to either the physical environment or progression of a health condition

  • When the cost of care at home becomes more than is sustainable

Mobile Physical Therapy

Murdock Physical Therapy

Phone: (619) 715-5811


Physio 2 Go

Phone (858) 200-7914


How Can In Home Physical Therapy Help?

A licensed physical therapist is trained to assess strength and balance and implement a plan to address such deficits.  With 6+ years of post-high school education of how the body functions and how diseases and injury affect that function, a physical therapist finds a path for each client to move better with less pain.

Physical therapy helps improve quality of life and makes participating in normal activities of daily living easier for patients and family.  Physical therapists address deficits in mobility, balance, strength, pain, home safety, dizziness, and coordination. Physical therapy can be utilized to address home set up and provide caregiver training.  Falling in the home is significantly reduced when a physical therapist is part of the care team. We work together to achieve individual and family goals. 

When to Call:

  • When you aren’t moving as well as you want to move
  • If you are experiencing pain related to muscles, bones, joints, ligaments, nerves, or posture
  • When you have fallen recently or feel like you could fall soon
  • If you have dizziness that becomes worse with movement or head position
  • You want to ensure that your living environment is safe
  • You prefer individual attention in the home instead of going to a busy outpatient clinic
  • You want medical equipment recommendations to optimize movement and safety for you and those who care for you
  • You haven’t met your goals with physical therapists previously or feel limited by insurance limits
  • You are getting wounds or sores and don’t know how to prevent recurrence
  • You need training for caregivers who are assisting you to walk, move, or transfer
  • You want a yearly or periodic screen for strength, flexibility, posture, and balance to find out how you compare to others about your same age
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