Caregivers Marina Del Rey CA
Caregivers Marina Del Rey CA

Caregivers near Marina Del Rey, CA – September is California Wine Month

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Annual California Wine Month. There will be dozens of special events offered statewide. Even if you don’t live in California you can use this celebration to sample some California wine. This special event is organized by California’s Wine Institute.Caregivers Marina Del Rey CA

Wine vintners and growers are a thriving part of California’s economy and culture. If you plan on making any trips in September, consider going to California’s Wine Country and participating in some of the festivals, tours, wine immersion experiences, concerts and other events.

Facts about California’s Wind Industry:

  • California makes 90% of all the wine produced in the nation
  • 60% of all wine drunk in the U.S. is California wine
  • 21 million tourists come to visit California’s wine regions each year
  • Wine is California’s main industry and you can find out more information by visiting or
  • The state of California is the world’s fourth largest wine producer

Wine Tasting Basics:

  1. Look at the color and clarity of the wine. This can be done by pouring it into a wine glass and tilting it away from you. Check the color starting at the edge of the rim and into the middle of the wine. Do this over a white background.
  2. Swirl the glass a bit. Do you see sediment or floaters? How is the opacity?
  3. Smell the wine properly by first swirling the glass for 10-12 seconds to help vaporize some of the alcohol and then take a quick whiff. This is the first impression.
  4. The second impression for smell takes place when you stick your nose deeper into the glass and inhale deeply. You can swirl and sniff again.
  5. Tasting comes next. Take only a small sip and roll it around in your mouth.
  6. What is the initial impression? How does it taste mid-palate? After you have swallowed the wine what kind of taste lingers? Is it short-lived or does it persist?

Finding little things that bring joy to your elderly loved one helps to make the days more interesting and less lonely for her. Whether it’s a food celebration or a walk together or a drive in the countryside, these are all things she can still enjoy but can’t do all by herself. When personal and home care become too much for her to handle, consider arranging for a home care provider. A trained and loving caregiver can make all the difference in the world when it comes to helping your loved one feel good about staying in their own home. A caregiver also provides companionship which chases away loneliness and the blues. Often their caregiver becomes one of their closest friends.

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As a Registered Nurse and primary owner of Caregiving for You, Alicia Aguirre brings over 30 years of hands-on experience as a healthcare practitioner. She began her career in 1980 as a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA), helping patients in a large convalescent home. In 1984 she transferred to another convalescent care center, added advanced training to her repertoire, and became an Administrator and Activity Director. Alicia worked continuously while raising her daughters, and in 2004 she earned her R.N. licensure. She wanted to make a genuine contribution in her field and to the community with her years of expertise. In 2005 she opened Caregivers U.S.A., Inc. with her daughter, Claudia. Finally, in 2009, Alicia opened Coastal House Residential Care Facility (RCF) in Santa Monica. Alicia is our head Case Manager, meeting with and assessing every client’s needs. She formulates a customized, individualized care plan and matches the appropriate caregiver with each client. During her time off, she enjoys walks at the beach with her husband of 40 years, daughters, and nephew. Alicia’s dream of having her daughters, Claudia and Eva, join her in the medical field has come true. They are carrying on Alicia’s legacy and maintaining her dream of genuinely helping others. Google