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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.

Senior Care: When to Have the Talk

Talking with a senior about senior care options can be difficult, but when a loved one begins to experience cognitive or physical deteriorating,  it may become necessary.

Safe Snow Removal for Seniors: Find Help, or Follow Best-Practices

Thousands of people are taken to hospital emergency rooms each year due to snow removal accidents, including up to 5,000 people with injuries caused by snow blowers.

The Talk: How to Start the Senior Care Conversation

It can be uncomfortable for all parties involved, but it is necessary to ensure the well being of a loved one as they grow older.

Summer Senior Care

As skin ages it becomes very delicate and be very sensitive to intense heat and light.

Wide Array of Senior Elder Care Options Available Today?

Comfort Keepers explains the wide range of senior elder care options available, from in-home care to skilled nursing. Discover the difference.

Seniors Have Many Options for Elder Care Services

Today's elder care market has a large array of options to meet the varying and changing needs of seniors.

Elder Care and Transportation for Seniors

It can be difficult for seniors to get secure transportation. Often seniors have trouble driving long distances, getting to bus stops or subways, or car pooling with friends and family on a regular basis.

Senior Care and Alleviating Language Barriers

According to the 2010 American FactFinder as well as The National Senior Citizens Law Center, more than 22 percent of American seniors speak English less than "very well" or speak a language other than English in their homes.

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.

Senior Care is a Family Issue

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