Growing older brings many challenges. Activities that were once a normal part of daily life may become more difficult. ComForCare can help seniors in the St. Charles, Geneva, and Batavia areas of Illinois that are facing these challenges to enjoy a more stress-free life by assisting with a wide range of home care tasks. Whether seniors require some light help with housework or have more extensive needs associated with conditions, ComForCare caregivers are trained to provide the highest quality non-medical home care aid.
When seniors begin to require assistance, it is often the closest family members that step in to help first. While family members understand their loved one better than anyone, providing full-time care can become taxing. ComForCare can provide family respite so that family members are better able to manage job and personal obligations while assisting with the needs of their loved one. Family respite can help to ease some of the pressure and allow family members to enjoy their time together, rather than tending to home care tasks.
In-Home Care Services
- Help with meal planning and preparation
- Assistance with bathing and grooming needs
- Medication reminders
- Light housekeeping aid
- Bathing and toileting assistance
- Safety assessments and supervision
- Transportation and errand assistance
Condition Management Assistance
Coming to terms with the diagnosis of a medical condition can be difficult. ComForCare caregivers are well trained to help seniors in the Geneva, St. Charles, and Batavia areas to manage several different types of chronic conditions in ways that will allow the highest quality of life possible. Caregivers can assist with range of motion exercises, medication management, and cooking with consideration to dietary needs as recommended by a health care professional. Caregivers can also help seniors to arrange the home so that home medical equipment is easily accessible and fall risks in the home are reduced.
Caregivers are sensitive to the emotional needs of seniors and will not only be a helping hand, but also a friendly face. Caregivers will play games, enjoy movies and music, and take seniors on outings to ensure that emotional health and well being are taken care of as well as home care needs. Caregivers are happy to accommodate most requests for activities and will try to provide as much social stimulation as possible for clients. This kind of senior companionship can help clients to get the most out of their golden years while enjoying the comforts of home.