Your Loved One is our Top Priority - Safer at Home.
Compassionate Live-in Care in Monmouth County, NJ
We simplify the process for you:
Virtual or In-Home Assessment
Care Plan Creation with the Client Care Coordinator
Assigned a Care Team
We understand that our clients are unique in their way; therefore, we diligently evaluate their needs and preferences to customize our services accordingly and ensure high-quality care is given. Our professional and trained live-in caregivers in Monmouth County will make sure that your loved one always feels safe and comfortable while giving them their personal space & autonomy.
What is Live-In Care for the Elderly
Live-in home health care in Monmouth County, NJ provides peace of mind to families knowing their loved one is receiving the best care 24/7. Live-in care is a cost-effective option compared to other senior housing options and it can be helpful when urgent situations arise, and you need someone to care for your loved one. Live-in home care is especially beneficial for loved ones suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia who need constant supervision for their safety.
Our Live-In Care Solution
Our professional live-in caregivers are specifically trained in senior care and are well equipped to assist with activities of daily living in a manner that there is no embarrassment or discomfort to your loved one. We take pride in providing high-quality services and each of our Comfort Keeper in Monmouth County is selected after a diligent hiring process with a series of interviews and extensive background and reference checks. Our caregivers are bonded, insured, and covered by Workers' Compensation insurance to ensure that our clients are free from any legal compliance.
Our live-in home Monmouth County caregivers can assist with personal care services that help seniors with activities of daily living such as grooming, bathing, hygiene, mobility assistance, transferring & positioning, and incontinence care, etc. If needed companionship could also be provided which assists clients with activities such as cooking, transportation assistance, grocery shopping, light housekeeping, laundry, medication reminders, and engaging clients in mental activities, etc.