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In-Home Care Articles and Resources

In-home care involves the non-medical support of seniors and disabled persons. In-home caregivers perform such household and personal needs as cooking, cleaning, laundry, bathing, shopping, and general companionship. In-home care is an excellent option for those who do not require the daily presence of a specialized nurse or therapist.

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

Home Care Specialists: A Growing Industry

Did you know that in-home elder care is one of the fastest growing medical industries right now?

Why Hire In-Home Help for the Elderly?

If you are looking for reasons and advantages to hiring in home help for the elderly, here's a list of considerations to help you make the decision.

What is Private Duty Home Care?

You've heard the term before, but what is private duty home care? Comfort Keepers walks you through an explanation and makes sure you're informed.

At-Home Care for Elderly Loved Ones

The at-home care provided by Comfort Keepers covers a spectrum of care services, from transportation services, Alzheimer's and dementia care, companionship and even light housekeeping services.

At-Home Care is an Effective Alternative for Seniors

At-home care can benefit seniors and their families. It can help seniors who wish to stay in the comfort of their own homes but may be unable to perform some daily tasks.

How At-Home Care Can Assist Seniors With Literacy Challenges

One challenge seniors often struggle with that gets overlooked is the ability to write, read and understand basic written communications.

Safety Tips for Home Care

Home care helps a senior remain safe and secure while maintaining their independence from the comfort of their own home.

Local Home Care Agency Provides Interactive Caregiving(TM)

There is a local home care agency nearby that's dedicated to creating happy and safe environments for seniors who are still living at home.

Non-Medical Home Care Focuses On Improving Senior Nutrition

Focusing on healthy daily nutrition is one of the most important things to consider when caring for an aging loved one.

Non-Medical Home Care Helpful in Cold Weather Months

As the weather grows colder and daylight hours grow shorter in most areas around the country, many of us take to the indoors for warmth and comfort.

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