Comfort Keepers Eugene, Oregon

1310 Coburg Rd #10, Eugene, OR, 97401
(541) 214-4788
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Customized In-Home Care Services and Solutions

Senior Care Services & Solutions in Eugene, OR

Learn more about your choices for senior care at home in Eugene, OR.

Senior Care Services From Comfort Keepers Of Eugene, OR

Aging adults in Eugene, OR have options for senior care at home

All of our senior client's interests, care needs, health, and housing situations are unique. That is why Comfort Keepers of Eugene, OR will provide a variety of personal, companion, and home maintenance senior care services, helping your loved one enjoy the quality of life he or she deserves, in the comfort of their own homes.

Senior in home care is not often talked about, which is probably why so many people are not quite sure what it is exactly. If your loved one is having an increasingly hard time keeping up with household chores, personal care or if they have recently underwent a major medical event, this type of care could be the right solution for them.

The job of a caregiver is to work with your loved one to find ways to help them stay as independent as possible through senior care services. Assisting your senior loved one with our Interactive Caregiving program, our caregivers will do everything they can to improve the quality of their life.

It is important to note at this point that caregivers provide non-medical home care. This means that they are not medical professionals certified to prescribe treatment to your loved one. The realm of their work is nonmedical, but having a caregiver around could significantly improve your loved one’s health. This is because a caregiver can make sure that your loved one is following their doctor’s prescribed therapy and taking their medication on time.

However the work a caregiver does not consist only of preventing your parent from falling or making sure they take their medication on time. Care professionals can help your parent take care of household tasks. This includes things like light cleaning, taking care of the trash, cooking dinner or changing light bulbs.

Caregivers can also run errands for your parent. This includes going to the grocery store, post office or picking something up that your parents ordered.

One of the best thing about care at home is that it will help your parent feel much less lonely. Human beings are social animals, and we are simply not built to spend our lives alone. Having a caregiver around could help your parent flight feelings of loneliness and depression. 

From transitioning home to dementia care, Comfort Keepers of Eugene, OR will provide your family with quality senior care services. Give us a call today at (541) 214-4788 or Contact  to learn more about our care services. 

In-Home Care Services

In-Home Care

Every client has unique care needs and situations, so each Comfort Keepers® office offers a full range of in-home companionship and personal care services.

24 Hour Home Care

For seniors needing assistance and care throughout the night, we offer 24 hour home care services.

Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care

We provide customized care for clients who are experiencing symptoms of Dementia or Alzheimer's disease.

End-of-Life Care

Comfort Keepers can support you and your loved one, by working with a hospice agency or medical provider to fully meet the family's care needs.

Fall Risk Reduction

Taking preventative action through in-home senior care or independently, before a fall actually occurs, can add incremental years for a senior to live in his or her own home.

Interactive Caregiving

Your caregiver wants to build a relationship with you and enrich your life on a daily basis. We go the extra mile to improve your quality of life in every aspect, so you can live well and remain independent.

Mental Health & Well Being

We developed our Head-to-Toe Guide to Seniors’ Mental Health and Well-Being to bring together the resources you need to help your loved one feel their happiest and healthiest.

Private Duty Nursing

Sometimes a family caregiver or home health aide just cannot meet the increasing medical needs of a loved one. Comfort Keepers can help.

Respite Care

Respite care services give you time to leave the home for a few hours or even a few days, knowing the one you care for is in good hands.

Transitioning Home

This specialized care helps ease your loved one's transition from a hospital stay to the home.