Socialization, mental wellness, and physical safety are all integral parts of the individualized care plans that Comfort Keepers' companion care aides develop for their clients

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

Alzheimer's & Dementia Care

Post-Hospitalization Care

Transportation Services

We understand that maintaining independence as we age is important, so we can help with seniors who don't have the ability or desire to drive!  Our caregivers can ensure that your senior loved one can get to healthcare appointments, community events, and friendship gatherings safely.

Companion Care

Comfort Keepers® understands the profound effect that social engagement and companionship can have on the emotional and psychological well-being of seniors. Depression, senior isolation and loneliness, and even the risk of dementia can be mitigated by providing elderly clients with opportunities for social engagement and the building of bonds with friends, family, neighbors, and other members of the community.

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The core component of the Interactive CaregivingTM model is to meet the needs of the whole person.

This serves to ensure the client is allowed to maintain their independence by remaining in the comfort of their own home while still being allowed the best quality of life possible.

When your loved one spends time with one of our in-home companion caregivers, they not only get a helping hand in the form of chores or food preparation but also a friend who provides social interaction and companionship.

Caregiving in the form of companionship provides company, friendship, and emotional solace to its recipients. Common responsibilities of a companion care aide include:

  • Preparing and spending time together over healthy, homemade meals while chatting and entertaining one another with mentally stimulating pursuits like games and music.

  • Mild physical activity, like going for a stroll in the fresh air, or minimal domestic duties.

  • Outings that include grocery shopping and other errands.

  • Transportation to and from gatherings, appointments, and other scheduled activities.

  • Medication, grooming, and hygiene reminders.

At Comfort Keepers®, we stress the importance of engaging in activities that are fun, stimulating, and good for the client's health on all levels. Our caregivers regularly check in with a client's loved ones to share progress reports and answer any questions the client’s family may have.

It's an approach to health that takes into account the client's overall well-being (psychologically, physiologically, and spiritually). When possible, the client is included in the daily activities and chores rather than having things done for them since we know that involving the senior in these tasks serves to increase their sense of purpose and happiness. By putting the bulk of the effort into Interactive CaregivingTM, the caregiver can boost the morale of the client and their loved ones.

  • Conversation and Mental Stimulation
  • Transportation
  • Light Housekeeping and Laundry
  • Grocery Shopping and Other Errands

The term "companion care" refers to a wide range of services, such as:

  • Private Pay 
  • Long-Term Care Insurance 
  • Medicaid
  • VA Benefits

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The Benefits of Companion Care

Senior companion care offers numerous benefits for seniors who may need assistance with daily tasks or simply desire companionship. One major benefit is the opportunity for seniors to remain in their own homes and maintain their independence. With a companion caregiver, seniors can receive the help they need while still enjoying the comfort and familiarity of their own living space.

Companion caregivers can provide emotional support and companionship, which is especially important for seniors who may be experiencing loneliness or isolation. Having someone to talk to, share meals with, or engage in activities can greatly improve their mental and emotional well-being.

In addition to companionship, senior companion caregivers can assist with daily tasks such as meal preparation, medication reminders, light housekeeping, and transportation to appointments or social activities. This can help seniors maintain their daily routines and ensure they are receiving proper nutrition and medication management.

Senior companion care also provides peace of mind for family members. Knowing that their loved ones have someone trustworthy and reliable to support them can alleviate concerns and allow family members to focus on their own responsibilities and commitments.

Overall, senior companion care enhances the quality of life for seniors by promoting independence, providing companionship and emotional support, and ensuring their safety and well-being. It is a valuable service that can greatly improve the lives of seniors and their families.