Comfort Keepers Painesville, Ohio

368 Blackbrook Rd #200, Painesville, OH, 44077
(440) 462-0790
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Comfort Keepers Home Care Keeps the Mind Sharp in Painesville, OH & the Surrounding Areas

Learn how home care for seniors in Painesville, OH can keep your parent’s mind sharp and improve their quality of life

When it comes to memory loss, our genetics have an important role in determining the risk of dementia, Alzheimer’s and other brain-related maladies. However, our lifestyle choices can also greatly affect our cognitive decline and the risk of dementia. With some simple changes your loved one can improve their quality of life and ensure their brain stays strong and healthy. Our trained home care providers can encourage and motivate your loved one to consider these three lifestyle modifications that can significantly improve their overall well-being.

Exercise regularly

A lot of seniors know physical activity is good for their health and can help them reduce the risk of diabetes and heart disease. However, regular exercise can also reduce the risk of dementia, and it doesn't require any special equipment. In fact, just by walking around their neighborhood your loved one can improve their brain health.

Engage the mind

Watching TV and other passive activities do not stimulate the brain. On the other hand, many hobbies help keep the brain active, such as bowling, dancing, solving puzzles or gardening. That means that your loved one can improve their memory and reduce the risk of dementia while doing something they love. Our home care providers can encourage your loved one to engage in these activities and keep their brain active and healthy.


Believe it or not, spending time with friends and loved ones can protect one’s brain. Interacting with others will stimulate your loved one’s brain on several levels and boost its development. In addition, seniors who often socialize have a lower risk of loneliness, depression, and other emotional issues.

In case your parent needs help staying physically or cognitively active, or requires home care, such as companionship care, don’t hesitate to contact Comfort Keepers. With compassionate assistance and support our caregivers can improve your loved one’s health and maximize their comfort and independence.

If you wish to learn more about ways to keep your parent’s brain healthy and ward off cognitive challenges, or you have any questions about our home care services feel free to contact us. With Comfort Keepers you will ensure that your loved one will receive a level of care that will exceed your expectations.