Same Great Care, Brand New Office
About Arosa Orange County
Originally founded more than 20-years ago as LivHOME, Arosa has been serving Orange County with world-class care managers and caregivers for over two decades.
The goal of Arosa Orange County is to improve seniors’ quality of life by enabling them to comfortably age in place with the security and support of a qualified and professional interdisciplinary care team. The Arosa Orange County Care Managers are nurses and social workers who work to help ensure the best quality of life for your loved one. Partnering locally with trusted advisors, assisted living and memory care communities, skilled nursing facilities, home health/hospice agencies, hospitals and physicians.
Arosa Orange County is a 2021 Best of Home Care Provider of Choice winner, a 2022 Best of Home Care Employer of Choice winner, as well as a Home Care Pulse Certified Trusted Provider.
Our New Location is Right Around the Corner
We’re not going far! In fact, it is less than 3 miles door to door from the old location to your new Arosa Orange County headquarters.
Everything Else Remains the Same
While our physical address is changing, everything else you’ve grown accustomed to will remain the same. You can still contact us at the same phone number, email address, and website, and you’ll have the same smiling faces you’ve grown to love.
Phone: (949) 794-9470
Email: [email protected]
Experts on Aging
Arosa’s integrated model ‘elevates care’ through the formation of teams, which consist of care professionals (caregivers, care consultants, care managers, and care specialists), who work together to craft and implement tailored care plans for clients and their families. Many of these teams have served the local communities for years (if not decades) and offer invaluable knowledge to clients and families throughout life’s aging journey.
In addition to its dedicated caregiving workforce, Arosa employs over 70 care managers across the country. These certified professionals are experienced in a variety of fields that focus on issues related to aging and/or disability; many of whom are credentialed in gerontology, social work, mental health, nursing, physical therapy, and psychology.