ComForcare Senior Services provides senior personal care for residents in Cary, Morrisville, Chapel Hill, and the Franklin County, Granville County, Vance County, Orange County, Durham County areas of North Carolina. In older age, seniors may have difficulty performing daily tasks such as cooking and grooming. Our trained and experienced caregivers are here to provide senior personal care assistance to patients in need.
Senior Care in Cary, NC
Before care begins, a nurse or other healthcare professional will perform an in-home evaluation of the patient and the home. This allows our caregivers to assess the physical and social condition, as well as evaluate the senior’s care requirements. Based on this evaluation, the professional will work with the patient and family members to create a senior personal care plan that is specialized to fit the patient’s unique needs. The evaluation also helps us to find the best caregiver match based on factors such as interests, personality, and life experience.
ComForcare’s senior personal care plans include services such as:
- Bathing and showering assistance
- Meal planning and preparation
- Hygiene and grooming assistance
- Help walking and climbing steps
- Medication reminders
- Planning and maintaining schedules
We understand that Alzheimer’s can have a debilitating physical and mental impact on patients and their loved ones. We provide specialized Alzheimer’s senior personal care that addresses unique circumstances for Alzheimer’s patients. Our caregivers pay special attention to considerations such as safety supervision and social interaction. Alzheimer’s care plans have a focus on stimulating the mind through activities, discussions, and games.
Senior Companionship Services
Living alone can be just that: lonely. It’s often difficult for those living at home to have consistent social interaction with family and friends. Our caregivers provide senior companionship services to those who live in the Cary, Morrisville, Chapel Hill, Granville County, Franklin County, Vance County, Durham County, and Orange County areas. We understand that in addition to personal care, strong personal relationships are also a critical factor for a patient’s overall happiness. Our staff members are caregivers as well as friends to patients.
In many cases, family members will provide care for their elderly loved ones. This helps to ensure that the senior receives the best possible care. However, these family caregivers must also balance their own lives, such as work and children of their own. Family caregivers can often become overwhelmed by their loved one’s increasing need for care. ComForcare understands that senior personal care can be difficult, especially for those who haven’t received formal training. Our caregivers undergo extensive, on-going training to provide patients with the highest level of care.