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For seniors looking for care services in Kentucky areas such as Louisville, St. Matthews, Hurstbourne, and Middletown, the best in-home senior personal care service in the industry is just a phone call away. The caring staff at ComForCare is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to make sure that someone is always on call to help both new and continuing clients. We can help clients with senior personal care needs, whether those needs are as simple as a hand with housework or as complex as 24 hour supervision and assistance with all household and hygiene needs.
Transition of Care
Many clients begin to require assistance with senior personal care following a hospital stay or surgery. Our caregivers are experts at helping to set up homes so that new equipment or mobility limitations will pose as little inconvenience for clients as possible. Caregivers will also assist in optimizing organization to reduce fall risks and improve overall home safety. Once the transition of care is completed and seniors are settled comfortably, caregivers will help with any necessary home chores or other senior personal care that clients may need.
Senior Condition Management
For senior neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s or physical conditions such as arthritis, daily activities can be difficult and downright frustrating. Our caregivers will help seniors manage these conditions by following medical advice that has been given and aiding in pain management techniques such as applying warm or cool compresses. Caregivers will also help clients to participate in well loved activities so that conditions are not as limiting.
ComForCare in the Middletown, Hurstbourne, and St. Matthews areas is proud to be DementiaWise certified. Offices are only DementiaWise certified after implementing programs that provide extensive training in dementia care for caregivers. Following this training, caregivers are highly qualified to apply systems that will help make dementia care more effective and enjoyable for clients. Seniors with dementia often benefit from comforting routines and activities that promote laughter while encouraging memory skills. Caregivers will work with clients and their family members to determine the type of dementia care that will provide the highest benefit.
When hospice services are required, ComForCare can assist in setting up these services in the client’s home. Seniors often take comfort in being in familiar and well-loved surroundings with family, friends, and beloved animals. Caregivers will continue to take care of senior personal care needs so that family and friends can focus solely on spending quality time with their loved one. Caregivers can also help with making arrangements and phone calls to ease the stress on family.