Comfort Keepers Dunkirk, Maryland

10351 Southern Maryland Blvd #201, Dunkirk, MD, 20754
(443) 328-4464
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From Head to Toe

A Practical Guide to Seniors’ Mental Health and Well-Being from Comfort Keepers®

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Comfort Keepers Home Aid Agency in Dunkirk, MD

Maintaining cognitive health by keeping seniors mentally engaged with our home aid agency.

Aging brings about many changes – both physical and mental. Many older adults are concerned about losing their cognitive function as they age, but staying actively engaged in hobbies, socialization, and activities that stimulate the brain can help slow cognitive decline.

The home aid agency at Comfort Keepers in Dunkirk, MD offers more than just basic care; they also provide seniors with a conversation, friendship and the motivation to stay mentally and physically active.

Staying Active to Improve Mental and Physical Health

Maintaining an active lifestyle helps keep the mind and body strong and healthy. Physical activity increases blood flow to the brain, but it also engages the mind. Scientists believe that regular exercise can help prevent dementia. When exercising, seniors must use their minds to gauge speed, distance and a variety of other factors.

The caregivers at Comfort Keepers home aid agency can help your senior loved one engage in activities that get the body moving in a safe, healthy way.

Adopting Hobbies to Improve Cognitive Function

Hobbies can improve mental health while protecting cognitive function.

At the home aid agency at Comfort Keepers in Dunkirk, MD, home care providers help your loved one find hobbies that uplift their moods and keep their minds engaged. Whether it’s sewing, baking, gardening or playing games, our caregivers will work with your loved one to find hobbies that match their interests and capabilities.

Socializing for Better Mental and Physical Health

Humans are social creatures by nature. Social interaction is necessary for both our mental and physical health. Unfortunately, many seniors who live alone suffer from loneliness and depression.

Caregivers at our home aid agency can help solve the problem by offering friendship and companionship to seniors who may be battling depression or feeling isolated.

The empathetic home care providers at Comfort Keepers make it a priority to build real friendships with their clients. Whether it’s preparing meals together, going for a walk or running errands together, the socialization opportunities offered by caregivers can make a world of a difference in a senior’s mental health.

Helping Seniors with Declining Cognitive Function

The home care providers at Comfort Keepers in Dunkirk, MD have the experience and training to help seniors with declining cognitive function.

Our caregivers can provide:

  • Reminders to take medications
  • Reminders to eat and drink water
  • Assistance with light housekeeping, laundry, running errands and preparing meals
  • Help with personal grooming and hygiene
  • Conversation and friendship

Our caregivers have experience working with clients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. We can provide personalized recommendations on how to best assist your loved one.

Call us at (443) 328-4464 or contact us online to find out about how Comfort Keepers home aide services in West Chesapeake can help your loved one with their home care needs.

From Navigating Forgetfulness to Preparing Healthy Foods, We Can Help

Our guide covers six areas of mental health and well-being that play a big role in a senior’s quality of life, including:

Forgetfulness

Forgetfulness

Depression, loneliness, and isolation

Depression, loneliness, and isolation

Nutrition and hydration

Nutrition and hydration

Alternatives to assisted living

Alternatives to assisted living

Physical health

Physical health

Home incidents

Home incidents

For each of these topics, we offer detailed research, touching personal stories, resources, and activities to bring you a clear picture of how to help your loved one. For example, our Nutrition and Hydration section features recipes for easy-to-make meals that you and your loved one can prepare and enjoy together. Few places are better for good conversation than the dinner table!


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Learn more about mental health and well-being in seniors and tap into our research and resources today.

Watch how one Comfort Keepers caregiver has developed a strong friendship with his client and established the perfect strategy for solving crossword puzzles.

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Comfort Keepers is an in-home care agency that provides support and companionship to seniors and disabled individuals in the comfort of their own homes. Our goal is to create real relationships, improve quality of life, and offer the highest level of independence possible for your loved one. Would you like to know more? Please Contact Us. We’re happy to help!