ComForCare can help seniors in the Chesterfield, Petersburg, and Prince George areas of Virginia stay in their treasured homes longer while receiving assistance with tasks that have become difficult. ComForCare offers high quality non-medical home care so that seniors do not have to seek assistance outside of the home. This allows greater independence and comfort than institution-style senior care. Many elders are beginning to opt for this more preferable style of senior care assistance.
Richmond Home Care Aid
Caregivers are strictly tested on competency before hire and then extensively trained to be able to assist clients with many different types of needs. Caregivers can help with chronic condition management, medication reminders, and home assessments to improve the quality of life. Home care associates can also help with housework, grooming, meal preparation, and many other basic personal care needs.
Round the Clock Care
For seniors that require more extensive assistance, round the clock care is available. ComForCare carefully selects a small number of caregivers that are carefully matched to the client’s personality so that seniors are able to get to know each caregiver for greatest comfort. Once clients are familiar with caregivers, shifts are rotated to ensure that home care professionals are always well rested when providing care.
ComForCare caregivers provide transportation for seniors in the Chesterfield, Petersburg, and Prince George areas. Caregivers can also provide mobility assistance to reduce the risks of slips and falls while moving between vehicles and buildings. This prevents seniors from having to depend on family members or public transit to run errands and go to medical appointments. Having a trusted companion to accompany seniors can also make outings more enjoyable. In addition to errand assistance, caregivers can accompany seniors on leisurely outings to see movies, visit local attractions, and participate in social events.
ComForcare is dedicated to improving the lives of all clients, and clients with Alzheimer’s disease are no exception. ComForCare participates in Alzheimer’s and dementia research and incorporates new findings into training programs. All caregivers are continuously trained to ensure consistency with implementing the most cutting edge techniques for providing home care for seniors affected by Alzheimer’s disease. Caregivers also perform a home evaluation and recommend or make changes to the home organization to reduce Alzheimer’s risks such as fall hazards and wandering opportunities. Having ComForCare assist with Alzheimer’s needs can improve safety and promote positive experiences for these most vulnerable clients.