Personal Care

Comfort Keepers’ caregivers help clients maintain their mental health and engage in meaningful social activities like going on outings, attending social events, shopping, and more to keep them mentally and physically active, as well as ensure their physical safety and well-being, which is a top priority. We want our clients to be as self-sufficient as possible in their own homes while enjoying the highest possible quality of life. 

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Committed to Your Loved One's Care

 Regular cleanliness and grooming have been shown to improve a client's sense of self-worth and mental health.

Consistency is key when it comes to things like personal hygiene; it's crucial to the overall health of the client that they're able to bathe at least several times per week. 

Lack of regular washing can lead to health problems, and for seniors, bathing or showering can be a huge undertaking that only becomes more difficult with age.

Assisting with personal hygiene, using the restroom, and other such activities are where in-home personal care aides often focus their time and energy while helping to maintain the dignity of the client. In addition to personal care, the client or client's family may decide if they would also like assistance with everyday tasks like grocery shopping, dry cleaning, or house cleaning. Unlike companion care, which focuses primarily on social needs and domestic housework for the client, personal care is an all-encompassing form of care that includes hands-on support with personal activities like showering and using the restroom.

Grooming routines including showering, getting dressed, brushing their teeth, and shaving will be discussed with the client, and the client's family while putting together their customized care plan. Our mission at Comfort Keepers is to help seniors with their daily hygiene tasks so they may feel and look their best at all times. Our in-home caregivers assist seniors who have difficulty performing grooming duties due to physical restrictions or the fear of falling while taking a bath.

Bathing, helping with mobility, incontinence, and toileting care, as well as meal preparation and serving, specialized care for those with memory issues or cognitive impairments, fall risk assessment and prevention, and change in condition monitoring, are all examples of the types of personal care that may be provided by our in-home caregivers.

We accept the following payments: 

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

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

  • Bathing 
  • Toileting 
  • Dressing 
  • Social events
  • Shopping/Errands
  • Housekeeping 
  • Meal Preparation 
  • Medication Reminders 

Give Us A Call Today:

Jenkintown: (215) 885-9140

1 Winding Drive, Suite 103, Philadelphia, PA 19131

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.


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