Transportation From A Home Caregiver in Wallingford, CT
Getting seniors out of the house is not only necessary, but a great benefit to their health
For many seniors, getting out to attend community events, see friends, run errands and visit healthcare professionals is part of living the highest quality of life. We understand that maintaining independence is important – especially for those that don’t have the desire or ability to drive. Access to transportation can also help seniors maintain a connection with family, friends and other loved ones.
Give us a call at (203) 457-3159 to learn more!
A highly trained home caregiver can provide a better option for reliable, safe elderly transportation - ensuring that seniors experience the level of freedom and mobility that they desire.
Comfort Keepers can provide rides for seniors and transportation for daily activities, including:
- Getting to and from appointments, including doctor appointments and follow-up visits
- Running errands and grocery shopping
- Meeting friends and social activities
- Visiting family
Comfort Keepers senior transportation services allow loved ones to go where they want without worrying about driving, travelling alone or relying on public transportation. If seniors wish to see a grandchild's baseball game or window shop at the mall with a companion, Comfort Keepers will be there every step of the way.
In addition, our every home caregiver on our team is well-trained and ready to provide your loved one with a clean home environment, fresh-cooked meals, personal assistance, and to handle errands and shopping for those that prefer to remain at home. We practice Interactive Caregiving™ to keep seniors connected and engaged, in the home and in the world. Our home care aide services are designed to fit your needs.
Uplifting care during post-hospital transitions home
Comfort Keepers can provide transportation home from a hospital or facility, to scheduled follow up appointments and therapy sessions, and can transport clients who want to run errands or participate in social activities but can’t drive during their recovery. To learn more about post-hospital and home care aide services, contact our office online or give us a call at (203) 457-3159.