Home Care Services in Pocahontas, MO Provided by Comfort Keepers in Cape Girardeau, MO
Comfort Keepers Provides Specialty Home Care Services for Seniors in Pocahontas, MO
It can be difficult enough to care for a senior who goes through normal healthy aging, but when you add on a progressive or terminal illness, the care can be overwhelming for the family. In most cases, families find that they must get outside help in order to keep seniors in their homes when these types of illness compound the aging process.
Comfort Keepers of Cape Girardeau, MO understands how difficult this type of home care be, as well as how important it is for the health of the senior to keep them in their own home and near family. Fortunately, Comfort Keepers offers specialized services with highly trained professionals to care for the unique and demanding needs of seniors with Parkinson’s, ALS, and similar diseases.
In Home Care Services:
Companion Care- Stimulating seniors through good conversation and favored activities.
Personal Care- Dignified assistance with personal tasks like bathing, dressing, and grooming.
Respite Care- Support for familial caregivers so they can always be at their best.
Senior Transportation- Safe travel so seniors can make appointments, events, and errands.
Seniors & Technology- Pairing seniors with technology to keep them connected and informed.
Specialized Care Services:
24 Hour Care- Around-the-clock supervision and assistance within the home.
Dementia Care- Special care for seniors experiencing difficulties with cognitive decline.
End of Life Care- Essential care and support for seniors diagnosed with a limited life expectancy.
In-Facility Care- Providing services in assisted living facilities and anywhere else that's called home.
Post Hospital Care- Helping seniors recover and avoid re-admission after transitioning from hospital to home.
Home Care for Those with Parkinson’s and ALS in Pocahontas, MO
As those with progressive diseases age, care becomes increasingly complex. Mobility becomes a major issue and communication can become extremely difficult. Many seniors with Parkinson’s and ALS can no longer be left alone, so family must either attend to them 24 hours a day, or bring in help to ensure their safety.
Our caregivers specialized training allows them to interact with their clients, helping them in and out of bed, taking care of their health and hygiene needs, preparing special diets for them and taking them to and from their appointments. In addition, our home care also includes companionship that stimulates the mind and helps our clients feel less isolated.
Your Path To Care Starts Here
If you are looking for home care that ensures the safety and health of your loved one, contact us online today or give us a call at (573) 208-4188. We can set up a free in-home care consultation to help you create a customized care program that will ensure that your loved ones are cared for in a way that best reflects their needs.