Disability Support

ComForCare provides support to those dealing with disabilities

Children and adults with physical disabilities or other challenges often need hands-on care around the clock. Issues such as developmental delays, cognitive disabilities, Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy, and autism may inhibit your loved one’s ability to perform daily tasks on their own.

We at ComForCare understand that your loved one desires as much independence as possible, but needs some help. We can give them the one-on-one care and attention that they deserve, without the limitations that an institution-style setting imposes.

Disability Management and Medical Assistance

Many conditions come with complications that require frequent doctor’s visits, therapies and medication management. Your personalized care plan is created and overseen by a registered nurse or other health professional.

We thoroughly equip our caregivers for specific disabilities so that they know what to expect, what to look for, and how best to help. When needed, our caregivers will also seek medical assistance to make sure that your loved one is kept safe and comfortable.

One-on-One Care

When you choose ComForCare, your loved one is assigned a personal caregiver or team of caregivers for whom the priority is your family member’s well being. This is different from institutions, where your loved one would be one of many residents receiving disability support. This means that you don’t need to worry about things like overcrowding or understaffing, as your loved one is always getting direct attention and care.

We offer a large number of home care services, including but not limited to:
  • Light housekeeping
  • Help with hygiene needs
  • Toileting and bathing assistance
  • Incontinence care
  • Meal preparation according to physician recommendations
  • Transportation assistance

Companionship

Living life with a disability can be lonely, so our caregivers make sure to take ample time to provide companionship. Companionship services are tailored to match your loved ones abilities and interests while helping them to grow.

Caregivers may play brain games, memory games, read stories or current events, listen to music, or just sit and talk with clients. If clients are able and interested, caregivers may bring them to social functions or local events to enjoy the scenery and interaction.

Family Respite

We provide a wide range of respite care services that allow family caregivers the opportunity to take time for themselves without worry. Whether you need just a few hours a week or long-term assistance, we can provide the care services that meet your family’s unique needs.

This can help you to better manage work schedules and other responsibilities, while reducing the pressure. A little respite care can go a long way towards helping you and your loved one enjoy one another’s company more.

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