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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 Services

All types of senior care will need to grow to meet the rising demand of seniors who are nearing retirement and who will need some type of care, including nursing homes, assisted living, adult day care, independent living facilities, home health care and in-home senior care.


Nutrition and Healthy Eating Habits: Senior Care Services

Qualities such as commitment, good judgment, and creativity may be the most important for daily activities, but also a necessary factor in each day for choosing the best eating and nutrition plan.


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.


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.


Physical Activity for Senior Care

As seniors age, physical activities can have not only positive physical effects, but positive cognitive effects as well.


Cold Weather Falls are Preventable

1.6 million older adults go to the emergency room each year due to a fall. There are a variety of ways to prevent a loved one from a serious injury during winter such as encouraging an exercise program year round.


Senior Care Personal Emergency Response System

A Personal Emergency Response System can be a great alternative to a nursing home for a senior who is at risk of a fall but would like to remain in the comfort of their own home.


Senior Care is a Family Issue


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.



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