A message from Comfort Keepers CEO, Carl McManus, addressing the safety updates and procedures in place to protect our caregivers, our seniors, and families.
This year, when in-person visits and holiday dinners may not be possible, it is more important than ever to keep in touch with senior loved ones in a safe, thoughtful way.
To plan safe holiday gatherings with the seniors in your life this year, Comfort Keepers is here to offer advice and tips for senior safety and well-being.
This holiday season promises to look different than any before it for many families. But it can be refreshing and fun to shake up the routine by incorporating new ideas, especially when some of the go-to activities may not be possible this holiday season.
When we think of the 4th of July, many of us think of past fireworks shows, BBQ’s and family gatherings. While things may look different this year, it is important to remember that we can still celebrate the best of the summer - even while physically distancing at home.
Here are a few ways to connect with others when you can’t be together in person. From simple and traditional to new apps and technology, keeping in touch matters now more than ever.
Fun ideas for families focus on activities to do with seniors.
One of the most effective ways to combat the Coronavirus pandemic and its effect on seniors is by practicing self-quarantine.
In-home care is a trusted solution to ensure the safety and wellbeing of seniors. Read more about Comfort Keepers caregivers and our in home care services.
Our caregivers provide companion care to support senior health and wellbeing. Learn how Comfort Keepers can provide safe senior care in the comfort and safety of home.