NOT SURE WHAT CARE YOU MAY NEED?
If you have worried about your senior loved one living on their own, it might be time to consider in home senior care. Begin the process by taking a short survey to help you better understand when the time has come to pursue care options.
What sets Comfort Keepers Home Care apart?
To provide the customized care in your home Comfort Keepers is known for both locally and nationally, we take the time to get to know you and your loved one through a free in home visit. We learn your loved ones likes, dislikes, needs, and wants to provide a customized approach to care. Our caregivers are available part-time, full-time, and around the clock to ensure your loved one is always receiving the care they need. We also provide home monitoring systems to ensure your loved one's safety even when there is not a family member or caregiver present.
We are committed to quality senior in home care in the home and client satisfaction, as well as proud to have developed our reputation by delivering excellent customer service. Families, clients, and our expert care coordinators work together to develop a personalized care plan that provides services for all of your unique and evolving needs. We regularly coordinate with other health care providers, such as home health, rehabilitation, and hospice care managers. Our caregivers can also coordinate with local senior centers in the area to provide social activities and events for your loved one to attend. Our caregivers can provide incidental transportation as well as companionship at local activities and events to help your loved one stay active and engaged. This is the backbone of our care philosophy of Interactive Caregiving.
If you or a loved one needs in home care, you can schedule a FREE in-home consultation today or call us at (925) 338-7480.
Our Family Caregiver Guide will help alleviate the stress of providing care for a loved one. You'll find helpful resources, interesting facts and important tips, such as:
The average spouse/partners spends 44.6 hours per week caring for a loved one. (AARP)
Common signs of compassion fatigue include phsyical or emotional exhaustion, sleep trouble, self-isolation, and headaches. (DailyCaring.com)
A list of important health questions to bring to your loved one's doctor as you accompany them to appointments.