Home Health Care in Allentown, PA & Surrounding Areas
Proudly offering custom home health care services to seniors in Allentown, Bethlehem, Stroudsburg and surrounding areas in Pennsylvania
Hiring a home health care service to take care of your loved one’s daily needs is a big step in the right direction. Most in home care services will offer the basics such as housekeeping, meals, personal care and even transportation, but it is important to understand that your loved one needs more senior care services than just these if they are to thrive. At Comfort Keepers in Allentown, PA we believe that companionship and activity are just as vital to your loved ones well being as any of the other services. If you truly want to help your senior to thrive, then consider the importance of the companionship and interactive care services we offer.
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Helping Your Loved One Feel More Connected and Less Isolated
Home health care services do not always pay a lot of attention to seniors needs for companionship and the importance of maintaining a social network. At Comfort Keepers, we call this important part of our senior care services, interactive care and we offer it with all our plans. The goal of our interactive caregiving is to help seniors stay connected, as well as to help them stay as active as possible. Our caregivers are trained to spend as much as possible with your loved one while they are in the home, and to engage seniors in every way possible.
Seniors are very unique in the activities that they enjoy, so part of our job as we set up your loved ones customized senior care services is to get to know them and what they like to do. Our customized plans are then matched with a caregiver that we feel is a good match to your loved one’s personality. Caregivers invite seniors to engage with them through meals, chores, outdoor time, and a number of other opportunities through out their time in your loved one’s home. The bonds of trust that build between seniors and their caregivers can help increase self esteem and keep their minds and bodies active. Whether your loved one likes to go to local events, museums, do chores, garden, or just do puzzles, there were will many different opportunities to interact with their caregivers.