In-Home Care from Caregivers and Home Health Aides
Personalized In-Home Care Services
So many seniors prefer to stay in their own homes as long as possible as they age. We offer personalized home care services to help with this desire however we can. Whether you need assistance for a couple of hours during the week or 24/7, our caregivers and home health aides can provide you with the help you need. Our care coordinators and caregivers get to know you and your family in order to provide the most fulfilling and meaningful home care. As a Comfort Keepers client, you’re part of our family, and we’ll always treat you as such.
We understand that each client has a unique personality, unique care needs, and unique situations. Because of this, we’ll work with you to personalize a home care plan around your lifestyle. We offer a wide range of home care services to help provide just the right amount of care and support.
Your home care plan may include any or all of the following areas of care:
Personal Care Services
Our home health aides are specially trained to help lessen discomfort and embarrassment. They can assist with bathing, grooming, feeding, toileting & incontinence care, transferring & positioning, and mobility assistance as needed. These services allow your loved one feel positive about their appearance, and can enhance their general well-being.
The emotional, social, and mental aspects of care are just as important as the physical aspects. Our caregivers truly care about getting to know their clients through meaningful conversation, games, light exercise, and other social activities.
Light Housekeeping & Meal Preparation
Because everyday chores and tasks can become difficult with age, our caregivers can provide help as needed. Our caregivers can assist with meal preparation, grocery shopping, doing the dishes, laundry, and light housekeeping.
Medication Reminders from Home Health Aides
Medication safety is one of the biggest concerns among older adults. Our home health aides can assist with medication reminders, opening medication containers, reading labels, and ensuring that everything is taken as directed.