End of Life Care in Burton, MI and Surrounding Areas
We can provide comforting, end of life care for your loved one and assist the family during this difficult time
When your loved one has been diagnosed with limited life expectancy, he or she often has a strong desire to spend the rest of their days in the comfort of their home. This can be a difficult task for family members to take on if they have outside obligations, like work or children of their own. For many families, end of life care is the best option to make sure that their senior is cared for around the clock.
Give us a call at (810) 207-3770 to learn more!
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While we don’t offer palliative care at Comfort Keepers®, we will help you and your loved one find a service that meets all of your needs and, most importantly, that you are comfortable with. Your Comfort Keepers® Caregiver will be there to help assist around the house, as well as provide emotional and moral support for you and your senior.
Our ultimate goal is to ensure that your loved one is provided with the best possible end of life care so that families may make the most of their limited time together. Here are just a few ways we can assist you and your loved one:
- Bathing, dressing, and bathroom assistance for your loved one
- Nutritious meal preparation
- Light housekeeping
- Laundry as needed
- Companionship for your loved one, so that you may get a much-needed break
Our end of life care program can also continue to help families after their loved one’s passing. Our Comfort Keepers® Caregivers can assist families with everything from sorting and moving their loved one’s belongings to simply being there to listen if family members need to talk and process their grief.
If you’d like to learn more about how Comfort Keepers® can help you find palliative care for your loved one, our philosophy on caregiving, or our other services, please call us at (810) 207-3770 or visit us online anytime. We’d love to schedule your free care consultation and start getting to know you and your senior.