Your senior loved one's independence and quality of life are the primary focus of care at Comfort Keepers in Mount Prospect. The vast majority of seniors desire to remain in their own homes as they age; but illness, injury, and other chronic or progressive ailments may complicate their plans. Many seniors may even start to wonder if they will be able to safely remain in their home. This is where Comfort Keepers personalized in-home care services come in.
With Comfort Keepers in Mount Prospect, seniors receive daily living assistance that ranges from light housekeeping and laundry to medication management, transportation, and meal preparation. Seniors who need help with personal care will delight in the specific helps available for eating, bathing, grooming, and dressing. Better yet, with Comfort Keepers interactive caregiving model, a personal relationship takes each aspect of care and adds the essential element of companionship to address a senior's social, emotional, and cognitive needs.
In Mount Prospect, Comfort Keepers caregivers also specialize in dementia and Alzheimer's care, respite services, end of life care, and hospital to home transition support.
In addition to the tremendous range of in-home care services, Comfort Keepers of Mount Prospect is set apart by their caregivers. Each caregiver is an actual employee who has been background checked, trained, bonded, and insured; but, just as importantly, they are also members of the senior's community who understand the local culture and life. Whether it is a stroll through the flowers and sculptures at Moehling Park, a day of shopping at Randhurst mall, or an event at the Village Hall Community Center, Comfort Keepers caregivers are ready to go. To learn more about Mount Prospect, IL and the attractions in the area visit mountprospect.org
For more information about the myriad ways Comfort Keepers of Mount Prospect can help your senior loved one maximize their independence, freedom, and quality of life while remaining in the comfort and convenience of their own home, contact an in-home care coordinator today.