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Home Care Providers Help With Health, Wellness, & Safety Monitoring In Wood Dale, IL
Find out how home care providers can help to monitor your loved one's health in Wood Dale, IL
There are many reasons a senior may require health, welfare, and safety monitoring. For example, a senior who has been in an accident may have trouble with mobility and need help moving safely around the home. Many medications make an individual dizzy, drowsy, or unable to safely attend to their personal needs. Modern smoke and carbon monoxide detectors can not only alert a senior to risks but contact first responders at the same time. Frailty, dizziness, strokes, and many other conditions increase the risk of falling, which is the number one cause of accident-related injury and death in seniors over the age of 65. Dementia, Alzheimer's and other similar conditions increase the risk of wandering, getting locked out of the home, or getting lost.
Regardless of the need, Comfort Keeper’s home care providers offer a wide range of health and wellness safety monitoring systems and products designed to increase a senior's independence, freedom, and quality of life while maximizing safety and security.
For example, Comfort Keepers SafetyChoice personal emergency response system keeps seniors one button push away from help. Seniors are linked to a central console through a bracelet or necklace. The console is a two-way communication device providing instantaneous, real-time help from real-life trained agents who coordinate with first responders.
Home monitoring systems and products include includes alarms, sensors, and pressure mats. From door and window alarms and motion sensors to carbon monoxide and smoke detectors. Comfort Keeper’s technology not only alerts seniors to danger but includes third-party notification as well. Messages can be sent to family members, home care providers, and/or a central response center based on preferences.
Comfort Keepers also provides round-the-clock, 24 hour home care and personal care support. Services are shift-based and not live-in, so seniors do not need to worry about sleeping quarters for home care providers, mandatory downtime, meals, and so forth. Even better, there is always a fresh caregiver regardless of the time of day or night.
For more information about safety monitoring or the many other ways Comfort Keepers can help your senior loved one maximize the quality of their elder years while safely residing in the comfort and convenience of their own home, contact a senior home care coordinator today.