Companion Care from Comfort Keepers in Holland, MI and Surrounding Areas
Our companion care plans are created with the passion and dedication our caregivers continuously feel for all in Holland, MI.
Most folks would give just about anything to ensure that their elderly loved ones are comfortable, happy, and living the best quality of life possible. For many seniors, it’s a harsh reality of losing independence and having to accept a helping hand. Comfort Keepers’ companion care service's primary goal is to help your elderly loved one retain as much independence as possible for as long as possible.
We meet our companion care goals by providing all of our clients with an Interactive Caregiving approach that focuses on keeping them completely engaged in their daily lives and hobbies and encouraging socializing and interacting with others regularly. These essential focus areas help keep our clients sharp, up to date, and feeling connected with the outside world.
Engagement and Activity for Seniors in Holland, MI
It’s not enough to have a caregiver in your loved ones’ home assisting with daily tasks robotic. When this happens, they may still feel the effects of losing their independence, as they feel that they cannot take a more active role in their care and care decisions.
Instead, our companion care services focus on how to help seniors complete physical, mental, and social activities on their own with as little intervention as possible. We only step in to help when it is needed. Our caregivers also regularly provide companion care and much-needed socialization, so your loved one doesn’t feel isolated or forgotten.
The Core Competencies of Interactive Caregiving™
With our interactive caregiving plans for our clients in Holland, MI, we tackle the top essential needs our seniors need to improve their physical and mental wellbeing. Our number one priority is to make a positive difference in their lives. These basic needs include:
- Physical exercise. Making sure our seniors get the appropriate physical activity and strengthening their core assures that they are less prone to injury from falls. The leading cause of injury in seniors is falling.
- Mental exercise. As you age, it becomes more and more critical to make sure that your mind remains alert, agile, and exercised so that confusion does not creep in or an imbalance of worrisome and negative emotions. We work on this facet by providing several puzzle-solving activities for your loved one.
- Mental acuity. As age begins to break down our ability to be mobile, we begin to take shortcuts to help with the lack of mobility. When our seniors try to take these shortcuts, they could be missing out on essential meal preparation, proper diet, and hydration. Our caregivers make sure they are always prepared and meet these crucial elements.
- Socialization. If you have elderly loved ones who live alone or, ins some scenarios, have lost a spouse recently - you need to realize how much they need socialization from you and others. They may feel very isolated or disconnected from modern times and events happening. This can trigger depression. Our companion care providers will always ensure they are getting as much human interaction as possible to remain healthy and happy.
We’re ready to help you get your loved ones on track to maintaining their independence at home and spreading positivity to improve their mental and physical wellbeing. Our caregivers put your loved ones’ safety and importance as high as they would their loved ones. If you’re interested in finding more information and resources about Interactive Caregiving, check out Companion Care and Related Topics.