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Brochures for Long Term Care and Caring for the Elderly at Home
We help seniors maintain their independence through personalized, in-home, long term care services and safety products. We also strive to be a valuable resource for seniors and their families. Read through the following brochures for more information on caring for the elderly at home, Comfort Keepers services, and our safety products. Learn more about how we can help you and your family live happier, healthier lives.
Caring for You, Caring for Others: Facing Challenges as a Family Caregiver
Caring for someone you love can be a fulfilling experience that brings your family closer together. We’ve created this informational resource guide to help you stay emotionally and physically healthy while you provide long term care for your loved one.
Keeping the Comforts of Home With In Home Care Services
A large majority of seniors want to stay in the comfort of their own homes as they age. We offer personalized long term care plans to help seniors maintain their comfort and independence. In this brochure, you’ll learn about our Interactive Caregiving™ methods, which engage the mind and body for a healthier way of life.
We have a very extensive screening and hiring process to ensure that we can provide the same quality care to each and every client. All of our caregivers are well trained, experienced, and professional. They truly enjoy the work they do, which makes all the difference.
Technology Solutions: Senior Care at Home
The SafetyChoiceⓇ by Comfort Keepers brand includes medical alert systems, medication management products, and home security systems. Learn more about these products and how we can provide you with safety, security, and peace of mind while caring for the elderly at home.
For seniors living alone, safety and security may be huge concerns. We offer a number of safety solutions, including personal emergency response systems (PERS), to help seniors can always get the help they need, when they need it.
Evaluating In-Home Care Options: 20 Questions to Ask
Before deciding on an in-home care provider, you should find out as much as possible about the agency and its caregivers. Here are 20 important questions to ask so that you can make an informed decision about caring for the elderly at home.