A home care plan is tailored to your family's needs rather than adjusting to the schedules and routines of a care facility. Home care is adaptable and tailored to each client's specific needs, whether your loved one only requires assistance for a few hours a day or full-time live-in care.

You won't have to worry about your loved one being alone and falling or being injured while doing daily activities like showering or cooking. Instead, you'll be able to relax knowing they're in good hands.

Seniors who live alone frequently experience social isolation and feelings of loneliness, which can lead to health problems. A caregiver provides a familiar face, friendly conversation, and a meaningful human connection to your loved one, all of which can significantly impact overall health and well-being.

The ability to live at home means that your loved one will not have to give up their beloved pet. Pet companionship, alleviates seniors' loneliness, reduces heart disease, and calms dementia patients. With the assistance of a caregiver, seniors can enjoy the benefits of pet companionship even if they require some assistance caring for the animal.

If you or a family member is thinking about in-home care as part of an aging-in-place strategy, our team is committed to assisting your family and assisting older adults in continuing to enjoy life in the comfort of their own home for as long as possible.

In-Home Care

In-home care can prevent emotional strain and physical decline in you and your loved one. Home care has numerous advantages. The primary advantage of home care is that your loved one can remain in the environment that is most comfortable and familiar to them. Your loved one can sleep in their own bed, use their bathroom, and go about their daily activities. Being in familiar surroundings can be especially beneficial for those suffering from progressive memory disorders like dementia.

Comfort Keepers understands the struggles of caring for a family member with Alzheimer's or dementia, and we want to help! We create an individualized care plan to engage clients in intellectual, physical, and emotional interactions to improve the quality of life for both the seniors and their families. 

Care after a hospital stay is critical to senior's physical recovery and emotional well-being, especially for those who live at home! Comfort Keepers can help your senior loved one transition from a hospital stay or time in a rehabilitation center safely and efficiently. Our caregivers provide in-home senior care services custom to your loved one's needs while they recover.

Alzheimer's & Dementia Care

Post-Hospitalization Care


24-Hour Care

In-home care can prevent emotional strain and also physical decline in you and your loved one.  24-Hour care can help with peace of mind while still allowing our senior clients to age independently where they feel most comfortable: Home.

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