I CARE FOR YOUR LOVED ONE
 

Compassionate Senior Services 
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About Amy Steinberg

Amy Steinberg is the owner of I Care For Your Loved One Compassionate Senior Services.  Amy is a native English speaker certified HHA (Home Health Aide).  Amy has worked extensively with seniors and people with disabilities for many years.  

A graduate of California State University Northridge, Amy earned a Bachelor of Arts in Deaf Studies. Through her education and experience she learned valuable communication techniques and how to relate to the different needs of deaf individuals, their families and other special needs clients.  


Following her curriculum at California State Northridge, Amy became a behavioral therapist with Verdugo Hills Autism Project, Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), Skies The Limit and Pacific Child and Family Associates.  Amy has also a large degree of experience working with people of various disabilities ranging from Autism to Dementia as a Home Health Aide with Visiting Angels, Home Instead Senior Care and ADIA.

Amy also received her Home Health Aid certification at S.C.R.O.C. (Southern California Regional Occupational Center) and has been a Home Health Aid care giver for over 10 years. Amy is currently furthering her education as a CSA (Certified Senior Adviser).

Amy is certified in First Aid & CPR.  Amy is also known to be a very reliable, dependable, punctual, experienced, mature, honest, and a caring person with a wonderful heart. Amy has been recognized in many Jewish communities Amy Steinberg is the owner of I Care For Your Loved One Compassionate Senior Services based out of the South Bay working in Wilmington, Torrance, Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, El Segundo, Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach and other local cities.  Amy is a native English speaker certified HHA (Home Health Aid).  Amy has worked extensively with seniors and people with disabilities for many years. 


A graduate of California State University Northridge, Amy earned a Bachelor of Arts in Deaf Studies. Through her education and experience she learned valuable communication techniques and how to relate to the different needs of deaf individuals, their families and other special needs clients.  

Following her curriculum at California State Northridge, Amy became a behavioral therapist with Verdugo Hills Autism Project, Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), Skies The Limit and Pacific Child and Family Associates.  Amy has also a large degree of experience working with people of various disabilities ranging from Autism to Dementia as a Home Health Aide with Visiting Angels, Home Instead Senior Care and ADIA.


Amy also received her Home Health Aid certification at S.C.R.O.C. (Southern California Regional Occupational Center) and has been a Home Health Aid care giver for over 10 years. Amy is currently furthering her education as a CSA (Certified Senior Adviser).

Amy is certified in First Aid & CPR.  Amy is also known to be a very reliable, dependable, punctual, experienced, mature, honest, and a caring person with a wonderful heart. Amy has been recognized in many Jewish communities and families as a Mensch. A Mensch is a person of integrity and honor of noble character who is to be admired and emulated.


Amy is also a supporter of Compassion & Choices (www.compassionandchoices.org). Compassion & Choices is the leading nonprofit organization committed to helping everyone have the best death possible. We offer free consultation, planning resources, referrals and guidance, and across the nation we work to protect and expand options at the end of life.