— NWHC provides more than quality care, but also peace of mind. You can trust our caregivers to serve the needs of your loved ones as you would trust yourself.
— We don’t limit our service to client care alone. Families often need help and support working through complicated insurance paperwork. We offer start-to-finish claim support for our families.
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Serving the San Gabriel Valley community since 2009, New Wave Home Care has earned a reputation for providing compassionate care rooted in knowledge, integrity, and trust.
You can rest assured that all of our efforts will be focused precisely where they should be: on providing exceptional care for you or your loved one. As a premier provider of non-medical, private in-home care, we hold ourselves to the highest standards of care—because we know that is exactly what we would want for our own loved ones. We pride ourselves on getting to know our clients personally in order to recommend the right caregiver. You can count on a full range of senior care services, including transportation to the local destinations, bathing, cooking, and cleaning.
At New Wave Home Care, our core philosophy is this: Good enough is simply not good enough. With senior care, there is only one supreme level of service—and nothing less. With a caregiving approach rooted in respect, skill, and compassion, we ensure that our clients live with dignity and comfort while retaining their freedom and individuality. We are also acutely aware of the integral part of their lives our services become. That’s why we care for our clients just like family, providing both the professional and personal advice we would give our own loved ones
For our founder, Sam Gopinathan, leaving the corporate world in favor of home care services was both a labor of love and a means of giving back to the community. To Sam, it’s the ultimate way to show respect for those who nurtured and guided him to success. His dedication to family is proverbial: “My parents are both retired, and it means a lot to them that I deeply care about their generation.”