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The Golden Moments Care Team believes in making every moment golden by providing the optimum degree of individualized care and fostering a home environment of activity and celebration within both group and individual activities. While preserving dignity and encouraging independence, we will actively work with the whole family to identify the most appropriate plan of care that will tap into lifelong hobbies and interests, while allowing a flexibility in approach to change as likes and dislikes change.

Families are often very impressed by the difference our care team can make in a Resident’s life, and regularly comment on their surprise at mom or dad’s more positive outlook and favorable cognitive changes since coming to stay with us. Some Residents have come to us by wheelchair, with pressure sores, dehydrated, malnourished and weak from lack of movement. We make every effort to help our Residents get back to optimal wellness and resume a life of health, quality, and vitality.

Always Available & Attentive Caregiver Staff 


Golden Moments has 9 Caregivers and 2 Administrators. Our Staff works in 8 hour shifts, so we have a minimum of 2 Caregivers present from 7:30 am to 8:00 pm daily. Our evening Caregiver is awake and maintains hourly bed checks for all Residents and assists with repositioning, bowel and bladder inconsistencies, or other needs.

We also provide personal body and floor mat alarms to those Residents who get up between bed checks to ensure that we are alerted of their movement and are promptly at their side to assist them. 

Staff members are required to have exceptional people skills, English as their first language, compassion, love and appreciation for Senior care. We perform a rigorous background check on all new employees with finger-printing for FBI and DOJ background clearance, including character references and previous employment verification.

All new staff members receive 20 hours of in-house orientation upon hire, First-Aid certification, An initial 6-hour dementia training and ongoing dementia training of 4-hours per year.

Certified Medication Technicians for each shift, and all staff participates in monthly in-service trainings on numerous topics, to include but not limited to: range of motion, incontinent care, diabetes care, condition changes, skin care, etc.

Most Care Homes have 2 live in Staff which work 24/7, we do not. Our Staff are scheduled in eight hour shifts which helps to ensure their readiness to meet all challenges and fulfill the duties of their shift. While the turn-over rate is high in the Home Care industry, over half of our Staff have been with us at least 3 years.

If you are interested in employment please email your resume to Living@GoldenMomentsCareHome.com

Denise Walker - President - Administrator


My Journey Discovering Life’s Golden Moments - My experience with the elderly begins with my stepfather, from 1998 to August 24, 2002, I was a court-appointed Conservator for him. My responsibilities include, but were not limited to; Estate Management, Health Care Management, as well as, monitoring of emotional and cognitive needs.

My stepfather, diagnosed with dementia, living in an Assisted Living Facility (38-40 bed), where unbeknownst to me the care was standard, but not quality or individualized. He was in and out of the hospital, due to numerous falls, urinary tract infections, dehydration, pneumonia, and being over medicated. The responsibilities and concerns had become a full-time job. Read More

Makayla White - Administrator


To begin with, I lived next door to Golden Moments Care Home and had seen and met some of the GMCH staff and residents who were out on walks in the neighborhood. Upon visiting the GMCH I was impressed with the activities the staff provided the Residents and decided it looked like a fun place to work. It was more than just a work environment- it was a place of love where life was lived and shared.

In October 2012, shortly after my 18th birthday, I began to work as a caregiver for GMCH and fell in love with the Residents, Staff & Families we served. In 2014 I made the difficult decision to accept a position as Operations Manager for a large corporation. Leaving GMCH was one of the hardest decisions I’ve made, as GMCH had become my second home. I was always drawn back to GMCH, and I would visit to see the residents that I had formed relationships with over the past 5 years. Read More

Assisted Living Senior Care for Your Loved Ones


Golden Moments Care Home is here to support & enrich the lives of your loved ones. For more information about Assisted Living Service contact us at:
(916) 489-2578| Email: Living@GoldenMomentsCare.com

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