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Senior Care

Comfort Keepers’ Senior Care Articles & Resources

Senior Care encompasses a host of services, tasks, and duties that focus on attending to the health and wellbeing of the elderly. Senior Care services range from light assistance with simple tasks for seniors needing home help to supervised medical treatment of seniors either at their home or in elderly care facilities.

Below is a collection of articles and resources created by Comfort Keepers to provide information about Senior Care and related topics.

Elder Care Nutrition

A sad fact, as reported by the Mayo Clinic, is that an increasing number of older adults who live independently either are or are at-risk of being under-nourished or mal-nourished.


Elder Care Options

Today's senior citizens have more elder care options available to them than previous generations, and the elder care option that is gaining popularity among seniors is home care.


Elder Care Options Continue to Expand

More families must seek some form of elder care for their loved ones as the average life span increases.


Elder Care Rises in Popularity?

Elder care providers such as Comfort Keepers offer services within over 700 communities within the United States, and offer a wide array of services geared toward the senior living at home who also requires a level of care and attention.


Elder Caregivers Help Keep Seniors Fit and Active

Comfort Keepers staffing of specially-trained caregivers helps ensure that seniors maintain active and healthy lifestyles, no matter their age or level of mobility.


Elderly Home Care and Depression

It is important to recognize depression symptoms when caring for an elderly loved one. While seniors aging in their own home can help them maintain their independence, it can also be isolating.


Fire Safety and Prevention Tips for Seniors

Fire is considered one of the most powerful forces known to man. Our early ancestors relied on it for warmth and protection – and in modern times, we utilize it (cautiously) in certain ecological management efforts.


Fire Safety for Older Adults and Their Caregivers

The U.S. Fire Administration wants older adults, their caregivers, and all Americans to know that there are special precautions you can take to protect yourself and your home from fire.


Getting Advice and Guidance on Elderly Care Options

Senior care options can range from 24-hour nursing care to a small amount of help with daily activities.


Home Care in Winter: Staying Warm

It is important to know that the changing bodies of seniors have seasonal needs. During the winter it is very important that seniors stay warm, especially when they are at home alone.



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