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In-Home Caregivers in Burlingame




Our Caregiver Services in Burlingame

One On One Senior Care provides the best in-home care available for those who live in Burlingame and neighboring communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. We help clients with home care needs ranging from mild to severe, including alzheimers and dementia care, diabetes care, cancer care support, recovery from surgery, help with disabilities, and more. We have caregivers available from just a few hours per day to 24 hour, full time in home care.

Call us at (650) 627-8318 for a free in home consultation!

We look forward to answering any questions you may have, and to getting you set up as quickly as possible.


Some Interesting Facts about Burlingame

28806

Population

The total number of people that lived in Burlingame in 2010 was 28,806.

12361

Households

The total number of households in Burlingame during 2010 was 12,361.

4046

Over Age 65

The total number of residents that were over the age of 65 in Burlingame during 2010 was 4,046.


Burlingame is known as the City of Trees due to the number of trees within the city (18,000 public trees). The city also has many parks and eucalyptus groves that add to the overall tree numbers.

Burlingame is situated on land previously owned by San Francisco-based merchant William Davis Merry Howard. Howard planted many eucalyptus trees on his property and retired to live on the land. Howard died in 1856 and the land was sold to William C. Ralston, a prominent banker. In 1868, Ralston named the land after his friend, Anson Burlingame, the United States Ambassador to China. After the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, hundreds of lots in Burlingame were sold to people looking to establish new homes, and the town of Burlingame was incorporated in 1908.