Comfort Keepers Durham, North Carolina

1415 W North Carolina 54 #209, Durham, NC, 27707
(919) 504-2473
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Customized In-Home Care Services and Solutions

Comfort Keepers In-Home Care in Durham, North Carolina.

Care For Seniors in Durham, NC That Supports Their Physical Health

Keeping your senior active is important for their body

Physical exercise is important at any age. Having a routine keeps you healthy and can also improve your mood. Active seniors can enjoy a fuller and improved quality of life. One where they extend the time they can live independently.

This is why we make physical activity a regular part of our care for seniors (with physician approval, of course). At Comfort Keepers® we know how important it is to support the whole person.

Give us a call at (919) 504-2473 to learn more!



Signs Your Elderly Loved One Needs In-Home Care

As your senior family member ages, everyday tasks can become more difficult. Even something as simple as getting dressed in the morning can take longer than it used to. With in-home care, seniors can stay independent longer. Watch for these signs. If your loved ones demonstrate any of the following, you should consider hiring a caregiver.

  • Being forgetful or confused about taking medication
  • Feeling frustrated completing daily tasks
  • Having less energy than they used to or spending more time in bed
  • Appearing uninterested in activities that they used to enjoy

With our care for seniors, most loved one's can continue living on their own.

In-Home Care Activities

We create a plan for all clients, based on their health and abilities. Their caregiver will help them at home and encourage them to stay active. Some of the activities we assist with include:

  • Short walks around their home or neighborhood
  • Weekly shopping trips
  • Dancing
  • Help with house or yard work

Protecting Seniors from Falls

Staying active is one of the best ways to help prevent future accidents. Exercise and other physical activities help seniors maintain muscle tone, flexibility, and balance. This means they're less likely to suffer a slip or fall that could result in long recovery time.

Physical activity also boosts the immune system and can improve a senior’s mood. A happy, healthy senior can stay at home longer, meaning a better quality of life. Your loved ones value independence. We’ll help them to maintain it.

*Always check with a physician before embarking on any exercise program

If you'd like to learn more about how we incorporate exercise and other physical activities into our daily care for seniors, contact our office online anytime or give us a call at (919) 504-2473.

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