Fifteen percent of the residents of Downers Grove, Illinois, are over the age of 65 and that number is growing steadily. What is not increasing is a desire to leave the area. The vast majority of seniors who live in Downers Grove want to remain in their home, even if they face physical, emotional, or cognitive challenges.
Comfort Keepers of Downers Grove believes that challenges in daily living activities can be minimized with the proper in-home care supports and services. In fact, the goal of Comfort Keepers is simple: maximizing a senior's freedom and independence while increasing their in-home safety and quality of life.
In Downers Grove, Comfort Keepers provides daily living supports such as light housekeeping, laundry, and meal preparation. They also help with medication reminders, local transportation, and personal in-home care services (eating assistance, toileting, bathing, grooming, and dressing).
Beyond the traditional supports, Comfort Keepers also specializes in dementia and Alzheimer's care, hospital to home transitions, end of life care, and respite services. Each of these services is available from a few hours a week up to full-time, 24-hour care 365 days a year. More importantly, each in-home care service is provided by highly-trained Comfort Keepers caregivers and never by temps or independent contractors. Each caregiver is rigorously screened, diligently background checked, and completely trained in Comfort Keepers trademarked Interactive Caregiving philosophy and methodology.
In Downers Grove, Comfort Keepers personnel are more than just caregivers; they are fellow residents who understand the local economy, stresses, and way of life. So, if your loved one needs assistance watching birds at the Lyman Woods Nature Center, needs a lift to the Honey Jam Cafe, or requires some help as they shop their way down The Promenade Bolingbrook, Comfort Keepers caregivers have them covered.
For more information about how Comfort Keepers can help your senior loved one maximize their independence and quality of life while safely residing in the comfort of their own home, contact a senior care coordinator today.