Colorado is quickly growing in popularity as one of the most attractive places to live and retire. For seniors that live in the Centennial, Northglenn, Thornton, and Denver areas of Colorado, the thought of trading in beloved homes and an independent life in the beautiful countryside for the institutional style life offered at nursing homes can be disheartening. At ComForCare, we seek to provide seniors with the care they need in the comfort of home. We will assist seniors as needed, so that they can continue enjoying the life that they have worked hard to attain.
Superior In Home Care Services in Denver, CO
Our in-home care services are superior because we truly care about our clients and seek to provide a higher quality of life. Our caregivers are rigorously screened and trained to ensure both compassion and proficiency. After meeting with clients, we carefully select a caregiver that we feel will work well with the client based on personality similarities. We then set up a home care schedule and system that addresses all needs that have been voiced by the client and concerned family members. After beginning home care services, we check in with clients on a regular basis to ensure satisfaction. We are also available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to answer questions or make changes.
The winters in Colorado are known for being cold and snowy, and our caregivers help to make that scene cozy instead of dangerous. We provide senior transportation to run errands and to just get seniors out of the house, which can be a welcome relief. Our caregivers will also assist seniors while walking to and from stores or other locations to ensure safety and reduce fall risks. If weather conditions are extreme, our caregivers are also able to run errands so that seniors do not have to leave home.
For seniors that live alone in the Northglenn, Thornton, Centennial, and Denver areas, the companionship offered by our friendly caregivers can be comforting. Social interaction is important for well being and can help delay cognitive decline. Caregivers are happy to play games with seniors, take in movies, or just sit and trade stories about life.
ComForCare focuses special attention on training caregivers to provide home care for seniors that have been diagnosed with dementia. Caregivers are experts at assessing homes for safety and reorganizing to mitigate dementia risk factors. Caregivers also work with clients to improve cognitive functions by engaging clients in language games and playing music from different eras throughout seniors’ lives. ComForCare works diligently to integrate the newest findings about conditions affecting cognitive abilities into caregiver training and home care routines to improve the frequency of positive experiences in clients’ lives.