Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
901 S Federal Hwy, Ste 100, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316
(954) 870-4966
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Trusted In-Home Senior Care Serving Ft. Lauderdale

Comfort Keepers In-Home Care of Ft. Lauderdale.

Meet Our Comfort Keepers®

Our team is uniquely qualified and ready to help 

Every member of our team is professional and well trained. We conduct a thorough screening and interviewing process to identify the best home care providers, and only those who pass this process go on to complete training to deliver our special brand of home care and become Comfort Keepers®. What truly sets our people apart, though, is their natural gift for caring for others. 

All Comfort Keepers pass extensive background checks and complete continuing education. They are bonded, insured and covered by workers' compensation insurance to protect our clients and their families.

About the Owners

On a Saturday morning in 2009, I was driving home, having just installed a PERS emergency medical alert system in a client's home. My mobile phone rang and it was the client's daughter, Debbie, calling to tell me that 15 minutes after we left, her Dad, Nick, had fallen, hit his head, and was able to use the pendant to get medical attention that saved his life. 15 minutes!

Nick received the medical care that he needed and made a full recovery. Sadly, Nick passed away 4 years later, but he and his family enjoyed another 4 years of quality family life as a result of having that emergency medical device.



We have been blessed with many stories like Nick's. But most are centered around the compassionate care provided by your "Comfort Keepers." You see we refer to our caregivers as your "Comfort Keepers." 

On a Saturday morning in 2009, I was driving home, having just installed a PERS emergency medical alert system in a client's home. My mobile phone rang and it was the client's daughter, Debbie, calling to tell me that 15 minutes after we left, her Dad, Nick, had fallen, hit his head, and was able to use the pendant to get medical attention that saved his life. 15 minutes!

Nick received the medical care that he needed and made a full recovery. Sadly, Nick passed away 4 years later, but he and his family enjoyed another 4 years of quality family life as a result of having that emergency medical device.

We have been blessed with many stories like Nick's. But most are centered around the compassionate care provided by your "Comfort Keepers." You see we refer to our caregivers as your "Comfort Keepers." 

Cindy & I were drawn to the business of caring for seniors in their homes because we both personally experienced the challenge of caring for aging family members in our youth. My grandmother spent her winters in Ft. Lauderdale. First living independently, renting an apartment, then gradually over the years, she became more dependent upon my parents. She moved into our home and over time, needed additional care. My folks were raising a household of 6 kids, (with dogs, cats, birds, snakes, fish, gerbils, you name it we had it!) while also juggling my Grandmother's needs. Eventually, she had to be placed in a Nursing Home, where she soon passed away.

Had there been a service such as Comfort Keepers back then, surely my parents would have opted for keeping her at home with us.

Cindy experienced something similar with her Grandmother. Cindy's mother was an only child and a working mother at that. Her options were really limited, so her grandmother was placed in a nursing home much more quickly. Again, if Comfort Keepers were available, her mother would have had better options from which to choose.

Whether you or your loved one need a few hours of help per week, full-time care, or an emergency medical alert system when they are alone, Comfort Keepers provides many more options than were available just a few short years ago.

 - David & Cindy Mahoney