ComForCare is delighted to offer seniors in the Summerville, North Charleston, and Mount Pleasant areas of South Carolina superior senior personal care services that can help residents to stay in their homes longer and enjoy a better quality of life.
By receiving help with condition management, mobility, transportation, and household chores, seniors may be able to better focusing on maintaining their health and well being. Having help with senior personal care can also provide respite for family members that may be struggling to take care of all of their loved one’s needs while juggling career and other familial responsibilities.
Assistance with Personal Hygiene
Caregivers can provide assistance with senior personal hygiene needs such as bathing, grooming, dressing, nail care, and even toileting as needed. Seniors may be uncomfortable asking family members to help with these very personal needs.
ComForCare caregivers are professionals that will be sure to take care of these needs with the utmost courtesy and compassion. This can ease worries and give seniors more confidence as they stay clean, comfortable, and well-groomed.
Seniors that suffer from dementia may benefit greatly from remaining in their own home with their familiar surroundings, pets, and loved ones. However, it is important to take precautions to ensure the safety of dementia sufferers, as needs change due to changes in behaviors, personality, and abilities.
ComForCare offers home evaluations and will help seniors and their family members to make changes to the home setup in order to improve safety and comfort. ComForCare caregivers can also provide advice for families to help reduce dangers from wandering behaviors.
Transition of Care
Many seniors begin to require assistance with personal care needs after staying in a hospital or other medical facility because of injuries or illnesses. ComForCare caregivers can provide aid before, during, and after North Charleston, Summerville, and Mount Pleasant seniors return home.
Caregivers can help to arrange the home so that mobility is easier and falls are prevented, can provide companionship for seniors while in the hospital and transitioning home, and can assist with household and personal care needs during recuperation phases.
In many cases, family caregivers are seniors’ first caregivers, devoting time and love to taking care of their family members. While no one can replace family caregivers, ComForCare can help provide respite by offering just as much assistance as family caregivers need.
Whether family members wish to have a full-time assistant by their loved one’s side or simply need some help during work or overnight hours, ComForCare is happy to work with needs to provide the highest quality senior personal care for every client.