Resources for Families | ComForCare

Resources for Families

Whether you are a first-time caregiver or have been caring for people for years, you may have some questions about long-term care, especially as you or a loved one ages, are living with a chronic medical condition or recovering from an illness or surgery.

To support you throughout your caregiving journey, ComForCare Home Care has developed a variety of educational tools and resources.

Signs and Signals

As your loved ones age, it’s natural to start worrying about their health and safety, but how do you know when it’s time to seek help? How do you...

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When To Consider In-Home Care

Leaving an older loved one that needs assistance alone for long periods of time can put them in danger and cause excessive stress. Home care can help...

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Talking About In-Home Care

You’ve noticed signs that your parent or other family member needs assistance at home, but the thought of discussing it with them is upsetting and...

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How Much Does Home Care Cost?

While in-home elder care is a significant investment, there are several payment options and funding sources that can help ease the financial burden....

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Choosing Home Care Providers and Services

If you’re new to the search for help with an aging or disabled family member, you’re probably coming across many industry terms which don’t always...

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Our website answers frequently asked questions such as “How Much Does Home Care Cost?,” as well provides advice on how to talk with an aging loved one about long-term care and signs and signals to look for in older adults.

In addition, we have a variety of caregiving guides and videos to educate you on not only in-home care but also on caring for a person with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, important things to discuss with an aging loved one and how to prevent falls in the home. We also encourage you to subscribe to our blog, which covers a wide range of topics including aging, healthy living, caregiving, safety tips, fall prevention, activities and lifestyle, as well as articles about Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, finances, hospice and palliative care.

If you have any questions along the way, contact us anytime at 800-886-4044. We’re available 24 hours a day, seven days a week including holidays.

At ComForCare Home Care, we help our clients – and their families – live their best lives possible.

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