You never know what the future may bring or what ailments may appear. Having so little control over the situation can cause a lot of stress. ComForCare caregivers can provide a fresh and professional perspective, letting you know if they spot changes in your loved one’s condition or detect any other types of potential issues. Having a helping hand and another eye on the situation can help ease some of the pressure.
Support When You Need It
Whether you need respite home care for just a few hours a week or every day, we can meet your needs. Even if you just want a caregiver to sit with your parent so you can run errands without worry, we are there when you need us.
If you are going on vacation or need a little time to rest, we can help make sure that your loved one has the help they need, making changes to scheduling when you are ready. Twenty-four-hour care is available as well, for loved ones with greater needs.
Find Local Caregiver Support Groups
ComForCare can help you find groups of others who, like you, are dealing with caring for a family member. Sharing your story with others that are going through the same things can be refreshing. Other family caregivers may also have tips and advice to share that can help ease difficulties.
You can check for support groups in your area on government sites such as Family Caregiver Alliance
or benefit from suggestions from ComForCare caregivers that know about caregiver support groups in the area.
Help with Home Care Tasks
To be at your best to care for someone else, you must first take care of yourself. In order to do this, you must share the workload. Your family member will be safe and comfortable at home with a ComForCare caregiver.
ComForCare offers a wide range of in-home services so you can find time to rest and recharge, including but not limited to:
- Help with housekeeping
- Assistance with grooming, bathing, and dressing
- Meal preparation and planning services
- Companionship care
- Transportation and errand aid