Discover the role senior caregivers play in Brentwood, TN and the surrounding area to help combat loneliness
Feelings of alienation and loneliness are distressing at any age, but they pose serious health risks for the elderly. Seniors who live alone are especially vulnerable to the negative health effects of social isolation. Companionship care can be a valuable resource for many elders, and many seniors value the meaningful social connection provided by senior caregivers. Comfort Keepers of Brentwood, TN is doing plenty to help your loved one reduce the potential for isolation in life. Want to learn more? Call us today at (615) 942-0111.
Being lonely isn’t fun, nor is it healthy
Isolation increases the risks of cognitive decline, chronic disease, poorer physical health, and death for the elderly. Comfort Keepers provides companionship care and social care, and family members can schedule visits at regular intervals.
How companion care helps
Companion care is important to our mission at Comfort Keepers in Brentwood, Tennessee. In order to deliver the highest quality care for our clients, our senior caregivers prioritize developing meaningful one-on-one connections with them. We do a care evaluation to learn more about your loved one's interests, so that we can plan outings to local attractions and other places they might enjoy.
You may rest assured that your elderly loved one will have someone to talk to and share in their interests and activities with when they receive companionship care. Your elderly loved one will receive companionship and help with daily tasks from our compassionate senior caregivers.
Assistance around the home
Our elderly caregivers are able to provide the following services for clients in the comfort of their own homes:
- Quick cleanings
- Sheets and towels will get washed
- Making food plans and preparing meals
- Getting to and from doctor's visits
- Taking part in gatherings of friends and neighbors
- Following all medication reminders
We also offer specialized care, such as for those with Alzheimer's or dementia, as a break for primary caregivers, following hospitalization or surgery, during the recovery period, or at the end of life.
Loneliness is no match for Comfort Keepers
Every day, our care aides help fight against loneliness and isolation by providing clients with companionship and social possibilities. Our elder care staff will ask your loved one a series of questions about their interests, hobbies, likes, and dislikes as part of our care evaluation to determine which outings or activities are likely to be the most enjoyable for them. Best of all, we’re local to the area – we live here in Brentwood, too!
Call us in Brentwood today
Visit our Brentwood location or give us a call at the listed phone number to learn more about how Comfort Keepers may assist your loved ones: (615) 942-0111.