King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
287 S Gulph Rd, King of Prussia, PA 19406
(484) 306-3083
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Trusted In-Home Senior Care Serving King of Prussia

Comfort Keepers In-Home Care of King of Prussia.

About Our In-Home Care Services in King of Prussia, PA, and our surrounding areas

About- Us Learn about our proud owners and our mission to provide the highest quality care to families

After being a caregiver for both his mother and father-in-law, Clark Bongaardt, Esquire, and his wife, Sallie saw a significant need for quality in-home care service in Delaware County and Montgomery County, PA.

The Springfield PA office officially opened in 2002. Clark and Sallie Bongaardt are on-site every day to answer questions, provide senior care solutions and act as senior care consultants in Audubon, East Norriton, Fort Washington, and towns in Montgomery, Chester, and Delaware County, PA.

Having been a caregiver himself, Clark has firsthand knowledge of the experience every family goes through when they begin to look for care for an aging loved one.

From the first phone call to the agency to inquire about an in-home care service to meeting the caregivers and experiencing challenges every day Clark and Sallie like many of the families, they help today had no idea where to start, what to ask, how to solve their loved ones ongoing health care needs or where to turn when they needed help.

The Bongaardts were acutely aware of the lack of oversight, communication, and customer service in the senior care industry when they started Comfort Keepers. Over the years they used their own experience to improve the industry standards and enhance the customer’s experience.

To address the lack of oversight, the Bongaardts committed to having quality assurance visits and a Registered Nurse on staff to supervise the caregivers. Having personally experienced caregivers who lacked training or supervision, the Bongaardts have invested in the materials and staff needed to have hands-on training at the Comfort Keepers office. 

These investments are to make sure caregivers are safely transferring our clients and providing quality services. They have added additional administrative staff to perform in-home quality assurance reviews as well as hired an outside third-party organization Home Care Pulse to survey the clients at random. Home Care Pulse is a national company that compiles data from all customers and then compares Comfort Keepers to the benchmarks. In 2016. 2015, 2014, and 2013 Home Care Pulse named Comfort Keepers Springfield and King of Prussia Best of Home Care and Employer of Choice. The only home care agency in the area they serve with both Provider and Employer of Choice all four years. In 2016 Comfort Keepers Springfield/KOP was named Home Care Pulse Leader in Excellence. Only 4.2% of all agencies surveyed nationwide receive this prestigious award.

In regards to communication, the Bongaardts knew from personal experience that caregivers were late to the home or never showed up and no one called to tell them this. Other issues would arise at the home and when they tried to address them no one from the agency called them back. Once Comfort Keepers opened its doors, Sallie and Clark were determined to have the best communication policies developed and enforced within the office. Families or the senior will be called when the caregiver is late, there is a need to replace a caregiver due to call out or there is concern about the client’s health and well-being.

The other significant concern Sallie and Clark know families have is the change in your senior’s in-home care service needs. Often adult children do not live with the senior and he or she might not know that senior has not eaten, losing weight, memory is worsening. Sallie committed to putting together a Care Management Team that would coordinate care for Comfort Keepers clients. Our caregiver mentors and coordination team members contact families regularly to update them on health care needs and changes.

Clark Bongaardt said it best when he said “We chose to open a Comfort Keepers because its mission is to treat every client as a member of our own family.” “Sallie and I were born and raised in this area, we raised our own children here that means that this is our community, our family and so we shall treat all our clients as if they were our own mother or father.”

Comfort Keepers Mission and our Mission

Our mission is to provide our clients with the highest level of quality of life that is achievable. We shall treat each of our clients with the respect and dignity they deserve, as though we were caring for a member of our own family.

The special people who deliver our unique brand of an in-home care service (We call them Comfort Keepers®.) are carefully selected, screened, and trained to provide professional, compassionate care. Ask us about our hiring and orientation process as well as our ongoing training and evaluations.

Our Philosophy

Interactive Care giving™ is based on four primary pillars, which Comfort Keepers leverage to care for, engage, and interact with our clients. Interactive Caregiving is important every day during our hourly senior care at home services in Audubon, Flourtown, or Ridley Park as well as our live in-home care in Plymouth Meeting and other towns in Montgomery, Chester, or Delaware County, PA.

  1. An active senior mind promotes independence, better mental and physical health, happiness, and longer life.
  2. A physically active senior maintains strength and independence, lessening or delaying the effects of aging.
  3. A well-nourished senior is more energetic, both physically and mentally.
  4. A safe senior lives in an environment that reduces the likelihood of accidents and promotes timely response when illness or accidents occur.

Are you providing total home care in Havertown or the surrounding area? Are you the primary caring for someone with dementia in Media, Glenolden, King of Prussia, or the surrounding area and are worried about who will stay with your spouse or your loved one with memory impairment if you are hospitalized or have a significant injury? Ask Comfort Keepers about our respite programs where no long-term commitment is required or frequency of visits. Have a need for a senior sitter in Einstein or Bryn Mawr Hospital? Ask Comfort Keepers about our in-hospital sitter program and how our re-admission rates to the hospital are 4% compared to the 20% national average.

If so, call Comfort Keepers and find out about our successful in-home care service program. Hourly care from 2-hour visits to 24 hours or Live-In services in Norwood, Folcroft, Plymouth Meeting, and surrounding areas. Comfort Keepers is your easily accessible home care on Mainline, King of Prussia, and surrounding areas.

Contact Us Today!     (484) 306-3083