NOT SURE WHAT CARE YOU MAY NEED?
If you have worried about your senior loved one living on their own, it might be time to consider in home senior care. Begin the process by taking a short survey to help you better understand when the time has come to pursue care options.
What sets Comfort Keepers Home Care apart?
If your Lancaster senior does decide to opt for in home care services from us, they will meet with a client care coordinator who will get to know their current medical condition as well as their strengths, weaknesses, and goals. Once the coordinator has a thorough understanding of your senior’s specific needs, they will design an individualized plan of care.
The plan of care may include a combination of personal and companionship care tasks such as bathing, dressing, feeding and special diet, mobility assistance, grocery shopping, meal preparation, and medication reminders. Specialized services such as Alzheimer’s and dementia care, transitioning care, end of life care, and respite care may also be included.
Each and every caregiver or Comfort Keeper we hire has passed an extensive screening process that consists of a criminal background, driving record, and personal reference check. In addition, they have completed a rigorous training program and continue to enhance their knowledge and experience through mandatory continuing education classes.
If you believe that home care from Comfort Keepers of Lancaster may be beneficial for your senior loved one, we encourage you to contact us today. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may arrange a complimentary care consultation.
Our Family Caregiver Guide will help alleviate the stress of providing care for a loved one. You'll find helpful resources, interesting facts and important tips, such as:
The average spouse/partners spends 44.6 hours per week caring for a loved one. (AARP)
Common signs of compassion fatigue include phsyical or emotional exhaustion, sleep trouble, self-isolation, and headaches. (DailyCaring.com)
A list of important health questions to bring to your loved one's doctor as you accompany them to appointments.