1816 W Point Pike #310, Lansdale, PA 19446
(215) 475-5676

Comfort Keepers caregivers in Hatfield, PA can help your loved one maintain their dignity.

A major aspect of independent living is personal care. If an individual is no longer able to take care of their personal care needs, sooner or later they will have to either stop living on their own or get some help. Non-medical in home care services were engineered with your loved one's needs in mind.

Personal care is a sensitive issue so it is understandable if your loved one is having trouble accepting the fact that they may need some help. Our in home care professionals have undergone specialized training to lessen any embarrassment or discomfort. They will be there for your loved one and make sure they gain their trust through discretion and support.

Comfort Keepers in Hatfield, PA offers the following personal care services:

Mobility Assistance

Our personal care professionals will help your loved one stay active. No matter your loved one's ages, abilities, and overall health, they can still stay active with help from a caregiver. Staying active has been proven to have a positive effect on lowering blood pressure, improving digestion and sleep, increasing energy and stamina, and strengthening the heart. Caregivers can also go on walks with your loved one or encourage them to stick to a exercise routine.

Transferring and Positioning

Our in home care professionals are trained to make sure your loved one is staying in correct posture positions that promote health and safety. This helps eliminate pressure areas on the skin, reduces weakening and stiffening of muscles, and encourages proper breathing, digestion, and elimination.

Toileting and Incontinence Care

Our in home care professionals will help your loved one with toileting and incontinence in a respectful manner, making sure they are staying dignified and do not feel any embarrassment during the process.

Feeding and Special Diet

Our caregivers can help your loved one feed themselves and stick to a doctor prescribed diet. If your loved one has specific dietary needs, it may be difficult to keep up with all the demands some diets call for. For example, some may require a lot of fresh foods and preparation may just be too much for your loved one to handle. If they need feeding assistance, our in home care professionals will make sure to make meal time into a social occasion, making them feel as comfortable as possible. 


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