Personalized Home Care Solutions for Families in Germantown, TN
Comfort Keepers provides expert, compassionate home care for residents in Germantown, TN and the surrounding areas
Comfort Keepers has served Germantown and the surrounding areas within Shelby County for more than a decade. Owners Cary and Wendy Rotter understand these communities and provide the best possible care for the seniors and elderly adults who live here. The Rotters cared for their own parents when they were in need of extra care and that first-hand experience led them through the intricacies of home care and the necessity for customizing care plans to meet the individual needs of clients.
Germantown, TN Senior Care Services
We provide personal and companion services using Interactive Caregiving techniques that help our clients to stay mobile and to accomplish daily tasks. Whether it’s an excursion to Saddlecreek, The Germantown Performing Arts Center, The Germantown Charity Horse Show, or dinner at The Butcher Shop, we help our clients stay active, happy, and engaged with their community.
We provide home care services such as:
- Light housekeeping and laundry
- Meal preparation and grocery shopping
- Medication reminders and transportation services
- Bathing, dressing and grooming
In addition to the in home care we provide, Wendy and Cary have created an extensive network of medical and extended care facilities to partner with, including:
- Baptist Memorial Hospital
- Methodist Hospital – Germantown
- Hospice House
- Germantown Plantation
- Solana Germantown
- Southerland Place
- The Village at Germantown
- The Gardens of Germantown Assisted Living and Alzheimer's Care
With the help of these organizations, we help clients receive the medical attention and extended care that they need.
Cary and Wendy are natives of the Mid-South, which has helped them grow Comfort Keepers into a trusted part of the communities they serve.
Wendy and Cary devote personal funds to causes and organizations, including the Alzheimer’s Association, that support research for cures for Alzheimer’s and dementia. They also devote their time to local organizations, including Page Robbins Adult Day Center and Alzheimer’s Day Services in Memphis.
Wendy and Cary are also associated with the Senior Advisory Commission, the Professional Network on Aging, the Germantown Senior Expo, and Jewish Family Services, to name a few. Cary frequently presents to local organizations on senior care strategy.
Their community involvement helps them to train each caregiver to ensure that clients receive the most skilled care possible.