Comfort Keepers Provides Long Term Care in Utah County, UT
Comfort Keepers long term care services is more than just caring for the house and basic needs
How people perceive senior care varies depending on who you are talking to. For some, it might mean moving out of and selling the family home, while for others it might mean having someone come in to do chores and help with meals. At Comfort Keepers in Utah County, long term care has come to mean a lot more than sweeping, doing laundry, and reminding clients to take their medications. Care starts by recognizing that seniors have several base needs. Most care agencies recognize physical needs, safety, and even nutrition. But what is often forgotten is the important needs of the mind, both from a cognitive sense and also from an interactive sense which keeps seniors connected and busy.
Long Term Care Services That Promotes Healthy Bodies And Minds
Losing mobility both around the home and in the community can be frustrating for your loved ones. With the right encouragement however seniors can continue to stay active and independent with the help of caregivers. Comfort Keepers believes it is equally important to keep the mind active as well. This entails different things for different people based off of their abilities, but every senior can be engaged in a form of what Comfort Keepers calls their Interactive Caregiving. This long term care integrates a number of important activities that work together to improve wellbeing and independence:
- Physical Exercise – Exercise in any form can help to maintain muscle mass and strength which reduces the risk of falls and injuries.
- Puzzles – A great way to help maintain the fitness of the mind, and can help in the effort to improve acuity and reduce confusion.
- Diet – Mental acuity is also affected by getting a proper diet and avoiding dehydration. Comfort Keepers long term care includes help with nutrition and meal preparation to ensure our seniors and getting all the important nutrients.
- Companionship – Whether it is working on puzzles or folding laundry together our caregivers are trained to connect with their clients and keep them involved in activities that are good for the mind and body. Making connections and relationships with others is an important part of staying healthy longer.
|Cities Serviced In Utah County, UT||ZIP Codes|
|Provo||84601, 84602, 84606|