Matthew Vaezi and Farshad Dastgheib
Friends, Partners, Experienced Care Providers
“We’re proud to help our clients.”
I have always loved working with people and serving older adults. My first client was my own grandmother, not long after I graduated college. After that, I knew caring for older adults was what I wanted to do in life. Before coming to the United States, I ran a home care business in Iran for 10 years. I was very proud of the work I did then, and I’m proud now to continue that good work here.
It is very important to me that my clients feel safe and satisfied with the care I provide for them. My clients always come first. I will always care for your loved ones as if they were my own family.
Before coming to the United States, I worked as a lawyer for 10 years in Iran. The part about working in law that appealed to me the most was the ability to help people and to provide a service that could make people’s lives better.
After coming to the United States, I wanted to get involved in a business that would allow me to continue offering an important service in people’s lives. I’d had experience in home care from the client perspective, when my own grandmother was in home care, and when Matthew and I decided to go into business together, home care was the obvious choice.
We both want to make a difference in people’s lives and home care allows us to provide a crucial service that will have a lasting positive impact on our clients, and that’s what matters. We are committed to helping people and providing the best quality care. We believe our actions, professionalism and the high-quality care will speak louder than our words, as will our commitment to helping our clients and their families live their best lives possible.
Bachelor’s degree in public health from the University of Science and Culture
Associate degree in computer science from Irvine Valley College
10+ years’ experience running a home care business in Iran
Bachelor’s degree in law from the University of Shiraz
Master’s degree in intellectual property law from the University of Shiraz