Home Care For Seniors in Montgomeryville, PA
Comfort Keepers provides quality home care for seniors in Montgomeryville
If your loved one has recently undergone a major medical event or just came out of a rehabilitation facility, you may be wondering whether they can safely live at home or whether they need to live in a nursing home or assisted living facility. The good news is that, for most seniors, affordable home care means that they can live at home and stay independent for a long time.
There are a number of benefits to keeping your loved one at home. Allowing them a sense of dignity and continuity in the bodily comforts brought on by the familiarity of an environment they have envisioned and created for themselves will do a lot to improve their mood. Also, staying at home means they can keep to a schedule that makes the most sense for them and organize time as they wish.
In home care - We divide out in home care services into two major categories: personal care and companionship care. Personal care includes assistance with personal care and hygiene, including assistance with bathing or toileting. Companionship care includes a broader spectrum of activities such as meal preparation, running errands, home maintenance, and incidental transportation, among others.
Interactive Caregiving - The goal of Interactive Caregiving is to help your loved one stay actively engaged in their own care. This means working actively with their caregiver to take care of both their personal care needs and household chores.
Respite care - Respite care is interim caregiving for individuals that are primary caregivers for their parents. Our caregivers can come by and take over for a couple of hours, allowing you to be to:
- Run errands
- Make appointments
- Visit friends and family
- Even go on vacation!
Alzheimer’s and dementia care – Alzheimer’s and dementia care is carried out by specialized caregivers trained to deal with the effects of the conditions.
End of life care - This type of palliative care is for terminally ill individuals nearing the end of their lives. Caregivers provide your loved one and their family with all the support they may need to get through this time.
Transitioning care - Transitioning home care was developed as a means of preventing future hospitalizations. By working with your loved one's medical team, our caregivers will make sure your parent is following doctor's orders and doing everything they can to stay healthy and independent.
If you or a loved one would like to learn more about our at home care for seniors please give us a call at (215) 475-5676.
Contact Us to Learn More
Someone from our office will contact you within 48 hours. If you would like to speak with someone before then, please call us directly at (215) 302-3444.