Personal Home Care in Anderson, SC, and the Surrounding Area
Comfort Keepers trained caregivers provide personal care assistance
Comfort Keepers Home Care in Anderson offers a wide array of customizable, non-medical care and assistance to seniors who wish to continue living independently in their own home. While we usually assist clients with light housekeeping, medication management, meal prep, and incidental transportation, our locally owned and operated office is there to provide personal home care and cater to seniors in need of bathing, grooming, and mobility assistance.
What is Personal Care?
Personal care is a broad caregiving term that can be used to describe any type of assistance associated with maintaining basic hygiene and performing related activities of daily living – including dressing, grooming, and toileting.
At Comfort Keepers, our compassionate caregivers are trained to provide customized personal home care services that range from respite care to 24-hour care, depending on each client’s specific needs. In addition to bathing assistance, other tasks we can help your loved one with include mobility assistance, toileting and incontinence care, meal prep and supporting special diets, as well as transferring and positioning.
If your Mom or Dad is prone to falls, struggles with dementia, or has some other debilitating issue, their condition will be taken into account when creating an individual dementia care plan that will address all of their needs.
At the same time, our assigned personal home care expert will also be there to provide accompaniment to outings, social calls, shopping trips, and other activities. The goal is to help your loved one achieve the best quality of life as they continue living independently at home.
How a Personal Care Aide Can Help with Bathing & Hygiene
As mentioned above, every care plan delivered by Comfort Keepers focuses on achieving the highest quality of life possible. Personal home care is no exception. We will provide compassionate, dignified assistance that will enable your parent to look and feel their best.
A trained Comfort Keepers can help your loved one with:
- Bathing or showering
- Getting out of bed and getting dressed
- Putting belts, watches, jewelry, and other accessories
- Dental or denture care
- Undressing and preparing for bed
- Combing, braiding, or styling hair
- Makeup application
- Shaving assistance
- And more
Give us a call at (864) 402-4077 to learn more about our services and schedule your free essential care consultation with your local Comfort Keepers today.