We did our best to put all the information you might need about our home health care in Denver in one place, our information center. If your parent is prone to falls and injuries, you don't have to immediately think about putting them in a nursing home. Here on this page, you can find the answers on how in-home senior care can keep them strong and independent for as long as possible.
On this page, you can find information about services provided to Veterans in their home. Here you can also download a brochure that explains the VA administered program. If you don’t know how to begin a conversation about home care with your parent, here you will find some useful advice from Comfort Keepers. Our information center also contains explanations why you and your family members should be included in your loved one’s home care. Even if your family chooses Comfort Keepers to provide your loved one with care, you still need to be involved.
When it comes to funding home health care in Denver, there are several options. Medicaid, Program of all-inclusive care for the elderly (PACE), Veteran’s and surviving spouses benefits, long-term care insurance, life insurance policy, personal and family assets, reverse mortgage or uranium workers’ benefits can help you pay for home care.
Here you can find out if your loved one qualifies for uranium miners, millers and transporters benefits. Comfort Keepers is certified to provide free in home health care for workers who suffer from illnesses they contracted while working with uranium, so it might be very useful reading this content.
On this page, you can also find answers to questions about Medicaid consumer-directed programs. Are your loved one’s legal affairs and documents in order? Here you can learn about organizing your parent’s important legal documents as well as medical, financial, and other personal information.
What is home care and how does it differ from home health care? If you don’t, you can find an answer to that and many other questions in our “Frequently Asked Questions” section.
You can download an interactive brochure which can help you learn more about home health care Denver. From this page, you can also download other brochures and informative literature. Our information center also gives you access to various articles about home care services, seniors and ways of improving their quality of life.
If you have any unanswered question, contact Comfort Keepers at (303) 309-2759.