NOT SURE WHAT CARE YOU MAY NEED?
If you have worried about your senior loved one living on their own, it might be time to consider in home senior care. Begin the process by taking a short survey to help you better understand when the time has come to pursue care options.
How Can Comfort Keepers Help?
As the 'baby boomer' generation ages, more and more seniors are turning to their loved ones for help. According to experts, there are more than 15 million unpaid family caregivers who provide 18 billion hours of care per year in the United States. If you are committed and gratified providing care for your loved one on your own, Comfort Keepers can also lend a hand by providing respite care, or give you a short term break to care for yourself, so you can return to family caregiving rested and relaxed. Take the quiz above to discover what types of Comfort Keepers care your senior loved one can benefit from and set up a free in home consultation at your convenience with one of our senior care experts.
Our Family Caregiver Guide will help alleviate the stress of providing care for a loved one. You'll find helpful resources, interesting facts and important tips, such as:
The average spouse/partners spends 44.6 hours per week caring for a loved one. (AARP)
Common signs of compassion fatigue include phsyical or emotional exhaustion, sleep trouble, self-isolation, and headaches. (DailyCaring.com)
A list of important health questions to bring to your loved one's doctor as you accompany them to appointments.
Happy 20th Anniversary, Comfort Keepers!
Comfort Keepers has been improving the lives of seniors around the world for 20 years. We celebrated with a party in Vero Beach this August - check it out!
Interested in learning more about our legacy? Please don't hesitate to contact us by phone at (772) 999-6726 or filling out this form.