Your Loved One Is Our Top Priority - Keeping Them Safer At Home
We simplify the process for you:
Virtual or In-Home Assessment
Care Plan Creation with the Client Care Coordinator
Assigned a Care Team
When your parent or loved one is in need of around-the-clock care, we are here to help. Many seniors would prefer to stay in their home, so Comfort Keepers® offers 24-hour care for any seniors in Parkersburg. Our highly trained and compassionate caregivers are here to help with any day-to-day tasks to ensure your loved ones can stay safe at home.
Why Choose Home Care in Parkersburg, WV?
Many seniors do not want to leave their homes when they start to struggle in daily life and moving away from the comfort of their home can lead to a greater decline. This is when in-home care becomes an option. Our home care services are focused on making an individualized plan suitable for each senior, from helping with daily tasks to assisting those with limited mobility or just released from the hospital.
When looking to set up a care plan, the Care Coordinator will meet with the family and their senior loved on to determine what is most suitable to the senior’s needs. Customized plans can include:
- Ensuring healthy meals
- Household chore assistance
- Medication reminders
- Assistance with personal care routines
- Evening and overnight support
- Alzheimer’s and dementia care to reduce agitation
We believe everyone deserves to live a meaningful life, especially in their Golden Years, in the comfort of their own home. To help, our customized plans include other stimulating activities to keep your loved one happy, healthy and engaged.
Is 24-Hour Senior Care in Parkersburg, WV Suitable for My Family?
When looking for care options, it can be hard to decide which one is best suited to your parent or loved one. If your loved one would prefer to stay in their home, then 24-hour care might be what you’re looking for. Benefits of having an in-home caregiver include:
- Support for people with Alzheimer’s and dementia, including reassuring someone who becomes disoriented and agitated.
- Reduce potential complications from infections with someone there to notice changes and notify the family.
- Reduce the fall risk from attempting to get out of bed, going down the stairs, or going for a walk in the neighborhood.
- Lower the chance of dehydration by offering reminders to drink water.
- Avoid accidents due to loss of memory and maintaining safety within the home.
- Provide a companion for socialization, offering prevention of cognitive decline.
Caring for a parent or loved one alone can be stressful on yourself and the rest of your family. If you know a senior who could benefit from having compassionate, around-the-clock care offered by trained caregivers, contact us to set up an appointment for your in-home consultation.