At Comfort Keepers®, we believe that mental health is unquestionably tied to physical health. In our line of work, we see how the smallest of changes can positively impact a person’s quality of life. Because you place your trust in us to be there for your loved ones, we want to share our knowledge about caring for seniors. By working together, we can show the amazing results that happen when mental health and well-being are a primary care focus.
We developed our Head-to-Toe Guide to Seniors’ Mental Health and Well-Being to bring together the resources you need to help your loved one feel their happiest and healthiest. As we age, we’re constantly redefining our new “normal.” By being attentive and planning ahead, you and your loved ones can work together, stay safe, and grow closer during these times of change.
Our guide covers six areas of mental health and well-being that play a big role in a senior’s quality of life, including:
Depression, loneliness, and isolation
Nutrition and hydration
Alternatives to assisted living
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!Download the Guide Today
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.Download the Guide Today
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 fill out our online form or call us at, (810) 207-3770. We’re happy to help!