Providing Up To 24 Hour Home Care to Seniors Living in Greater Fort Worth, Westover Hills, Westworth Village, River Oaks, Lake Worth, Saginaw, and now Azle!
Home Care When It’s Needed Most in Fort Worth, TX and the Surrounding Areas
Home is the safest place to be right now. At Comfort Keepers Home Care, we are proud to offer our award-winning services to seniors in Fort Worth and the surrounding neighborhoods. Since 2005, we have been committed to elevating the human spirit for older adults in the comfort of their own home.
Our office is locally owned and operated, with staff hailing from the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Our core values of empathy and responsiveness set us apart from the competition. We are dedicated to living these values out every day, whether it’s in-home with a client or on the phone with a family member.
Companion care and personal care are the two main types of care we offer. A companion caregiver can help with groceries, meal prep, light housekeeping, and errands, while providing a listening ear or someone to play a card game with. Personal care aides provide more hands-on care, such as assistance with dressing, bathing, and toileting.
Whether you need care for a few hours a week or 24/7, we have you covered! We even provide specialized services including transitioning home care, Alzheimer’s and dementia care, and end of life care.
The families and seniors who need our services are in good hands with our large pool of highly trained caregivers. All of our caregivers are licensed, bonded, and insured.
Comfort Keepers is also a great place to work! We are always seeking passionate and hard-working individuals to join our care team. Our caregivers are thoroughly screened and trained to ensure our clients receive the best possible home care.
We appreciate your interest in Comfort Keepers in Fort Worth, Texas and would be happy to provide home care to you or your loved one. To set up a virtual care assessment, call us today at (817) 482-6656!
NOT SURE WHAT CARE YOU MAY NEED?
If you have worried about your senior loved one living on their own, it might be time to consider in home care. Begin the process by taking a short survey to help you better understand when the time has come to pursue care options.