Senior Care Services and Community Involvement in Sarasota, FL, and surrounding areas
Comfort Keepers Sarasota proudly serves the communities of Sarasota and Manatee Counties
Michael and Charlotte Jones started the local in-home care Sarasota FL Comfort Keepers office out of their home in August 2000. In 2002, the office finally moved to Webber Street. It was a great decision because Comfort Keepers Sarasota was growing and expanding to provide the Sarasota seniors and their families with the care they need and deserve.
In June 2013, the current office, 3619 Webber St., was purchased and renovated. This new office is large enough to provide quality in-house training and allows for lecture classrooms so our clients may learn about the latest health ideas in-home care. This location is centrally placed off Beneva Rd, south of Fruitville Rd. It is close to downtown, near the Bayfront, and between Sarasota Memorial Hospital and Doctors Hospital.
In-Home Care Sarasota FL Industry Experts
As a board member for over 13 years and a past president of the Sarasota County Aging Network for the last two years, Comfort Keepers Sarasota works to support and advocate for the senior community. This organization reaches all areas of Sarasota County, including Longboat Key and Lakewood Ranch.
Michael Jones is a founding member of the state board of the Homecare Association of America, encouraging lawmakers to think about the needs of seniors. He also had a television talk show for over four years which showcased senior issues, called Connecting with Seniors which aired on local cable.
Starting in September Michael has been signed as the expert host of his own TV show on local TV. The name of the show is “Thriving on the Suncoast”, and will air on SNN TV Sundays at 11 am. His show will be the go-to program. The main local television new station covering Sarasota, Manatee, and Charlotte counties.
Michael has been called on as the local expert by ABC7 TV to discuss ways seniors can protect themselves when looking to hire caregivers in the home. He has provided information to the community as a frequent guest on WSRQ radio.
Our Comfort Keepers in-home care Sarasota FL nursing staff which includes owner, Charlotte Jones RN, BSN, CDP love to provide seminars on nutrition, how to work with dementia, and safety in the homes. Comfort Keepers in-home care Sarasota's care team provides seminars in communities like the Meadows and Palmer Ranch and in many of the areas assisted living communities.
For the past 12 years, Michael and Charlotte Jones have been active, ongoing supporters of the Alzheimer’s Association. Each year, a team of walkers participates in the Walk for the Cure walk-a-thon. Likewise, they are active in the fundraising for The Parkinson’s Foundation and the NeuroChallenge Institute for Parkinson’s. It is wonderful to be a community partner with NeuroChallenge and to help make the lives of those with Parkinson’s, easier at home.
We also attend and support Lutheran’s Services' annual fundraiser, as well as offering financial, educational, and physical support to the Jewish Family and Children Services.
Comfort Keepers in-home care Sarasota FL is known locally as the annual coordinator and sponsor of the Senior Hunger and Nutrition Drive, in support of the All Faiths Food Bank. Each year, the collection of food in Sarasota, Longboat Key, Lakewood Ranch, and Venice communities goes to the All Faiths Food Bank donation, specifically for hungry seniors. Give our office a call today at (941) 584-9569 for more information and a free home care consultation.