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Frequently Asked Questions About Comfort Keepers At Home Senior Care
Get answers to your senior home care questions from the experts at Comfort Keepers!
What is home care? How is it different from home health care?
Home care is a type of at home senior care that includes non-medical services such as meal preparation, medication reminders, mobility assistance, incidental transportation, etc. These services are provided in the client’s home. Home health care includes medical services such as physical therapy.
What types of care are offered by Comfort Keepers?
Comfort Keepers at home senior care consists of several care programs that can cater to a wide variety of senior clients. We provide services such as personal and companion care, respite care, and interactive caregiving. We also offer specialized types of care such as Alzheimer’s and dementia care, end of life care, 24 hour home care, private duty nursing, and transitioning home. Our portfolio of services additionally includes meal preparation, fall risk reduction, transportation attendant service, meal preparation, grocery shopping, and more. Comfort Keepers provides veteran’s care as well.
What are some services offered by Comfort Keepers?
Comfort Keepers offers assistance with activities of daily living (bathing, dressing, toileting, etc.) and incidental activities of daily living (meal preparation, light housekeeping, running errands, transportation, etc.). All our programs are fully customizable and can be tailored to meet the exact needs of your senior loved one.
How are Comfort Keepers selected?
In order to provide the best possible at home senior care, we feature a very strict and comprehensive screening process for all potential care providers. We check each of our candidate’s background and reference, conduct detailed interviews with prospective caregivers, and finally provide expert training to all those care providers who join our team. All our care providers have valid driver’s licenses and dependable vehicles.
How much does home care cost?
The cost of care services depends on many different factors, including the type and level of care provided. To find out exactly how much care would cost for your loved one, please contact our office. Our friendly care representatives can also talk to you about the several financing options at your disposal.
Are care services available 24/7?
Yes, our services are available 24/7/365.
Does Comfort Keepers offer services to seniors living in nursing homes or assisted living communities?
Yes, we provide our services in nursing homes and assisted living communities as well.
Do you develop personalized care plans? Can they be modified?
Our at home senior care plans are all personalized and can be additionally modified at any point to perfectly fit your loved one’s needs. We review each plan once in every few months to make sure our clients are completely satisfied with the service provided.
Can I choose my caregiver?
Comfort Keepers selects caregivers in accordance with your loved one’s needs, interests, and personality. If you are not happy with our choice, we can find a more appropriate care provider for your loved one at any point.
What if my caregiver is sick or on vacation?
Comfort Keepers boasts a high number of skilled caregivers, so if your loved one’s caregiver is sick or on vacation, we will provide a suitable replacement.
What are ADLs and IADLs?
Activities of daily living (ADLs) include basic self-care activities such as bathing, dressing, and toileting. Incidental activities of daily living (IADLs) consist of more complex daily activities such as meal preparation, housekeeping, and running errands.