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Fall Risk Prevention in Senior Care: Keeping Your Loved One Safe

Apr 30, 2018 by Stephanie Howe - Owner, Comfort Keepers

As a caregiver, you want to take important steps toward fall risk prevention. By using these tips to secure the environment, improve safety, and help your loved one control their space, you can help them to make their world a more secure place to carry out their daily routine, and maintain a sense of independence. Read Article

Home Care Services: What is Private Duty Nursing and Who is it For?

Apr 23, 2018 by Stephanie Howe - Owner, Comfort Keepers

If you're looking for senior care services for an elderly loved one, you will find that there are several different types of support available. It can be difficult to fully understand the range of services that are available, including private duty nursing. What can a private duty nurse do for you and how does it compare to others? Read Article

Dementia Care and Prevention: Minimizing Your Loved One's Risk

Apr 17, 2018 by Stephanie Howe - Owner, Comfort Keepers

As your parent or loved one approaches their senior years, you may be concerned about their risk for cognitive disorders. There are some research-backed ways to help minimize your loved one's risk of developing these conditions. Here's how you can help provide dementia care and prevention. Read Article

Learn All About Our In-Home Care and Personal Care Services

Apr 9, 2018 by Stephanie Howe - Owner, Comfort Keepers

When it comes to that time in one's life when they cannot live on their own anymore, things start to get tough because a sense of independence is lost. Knowing about all of the options out there, whether it be in-home care services or personal care services, to help keep that sense of independence, is very important. Read Article

How is Dementia Care Different from Other Home Care Services?

Apr 2, 2018 by Stephanie Howe - Owner, Comfort Keepers

Confusion, misplaced items, inability to remember conversations: these are signs of dementia, a condition that requires a specialized care that is different from other age related conditions. But how does the care differ from other assisted living options? Here are a few things you can expect from a dementia care provider. Read Article

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