Manassas, Virginia
9720 Capital Court Suite #100, Room 2, Manassas, VA 20110
(703) 686-4820
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In-Home Senior Care
 Haymarket and Gainesville, VA

Your Senior Care Agency in the Haymarket and Gainesville area, Comfort Keepers® is proud to support the active, independent lifestyles of veterans and seniors in the region.

Our in-home care agency provides a wide variety of services - from light housekeeping to around-the-clock personal care. We can provide the quality assistance your loved ones need in order to remain safe and comfortable at home. Our skilled caregivers, or Comfort Keepers®, follow a customized plan of care for each client we serve so that each visit is uniquely tailored to their wants and needs.

 

 

Proud to Provide Transportation for Haymarket and Gainesville Seniors

A vital component of senior independence is staying active and engaged, in addition to providing dependable in-home care, our caregivers will drive seniors to their favorite locations in and around the Haymarket and Gainesville area. With so much growth in the area and so many new businesses the possibilities are endless. From Hidden Julles for sweet treats and coffee to a beautiful stroll through the gardens at the Benedictine Monastery, we will be there to help them enjoy all the area has to offer. And in September of 2023 we will begin hosting memory cafes in several Prince William Public Libraries.

If they're feeling adventurous and want to go outside of town, we'll accompany them on a field trips and day trips, perhaps to Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens or to see a show at the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas. Even if it's just getting to the grocery store or a scheduled medical appointment on time, Comfort Keepers of Prince William County will help make it happen.

In-Home Senior Care and Aid & Attendance for Veterans in Haymarket and Gainesville 

Grateful for the opportunity to serve those who have served, we specialize in providing in-home care for those who have bravely served our country in times of need. We feel that it is our duty to help those who have selflessly given so much for others to live freely. This dedication to our armed forces stems from our founder's service history. To learn more about why he does what he does, we invite you to read our story.  Often these veterans' benefits can be covered by the VA's Aid and Attendance program at no cost to the Veteran.  For more information on Veteran Care in Haymarket and Gainesville, click here.

Other Adult Care Services We Provide in Haymarket and Gainesville 

Assistance with ADLs and IADLs 

Caregiver Spending Time Together Senior Woman Holding CaneActivities of Daily Living (ADLs) refer to fundamental self-care tasks that individuals typically perform on a daily basis. They are essential for maintaining personal hygiene, independence, and overall well-being.

Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs)are more complex tasks that are important for independent living and functioning within a community. These activities are not necessarily essential for basic self-care but contribute to an individual's ability to live independently.

At Comfort Keepers of Greater Prince William, our caregivers are dedicated to assisting with our clients with the daily tasks that help to keep them healthy, safe and joyful with every interaction.

Personal Hygiene, such as bathing or showering, grooming and dressing; mobility and transferring, activities related to moving around safely, including walking, using a wheelchair or walker, and transferring from one position (such as sitting or lying down) to another; eating and feeding, the ability to consume food and drink independently, including feeding oneself and managing any necessary assistive devices; toileting and continence, the ability to use the toilet, maintain urinary and bowel continence, and manage personal hygiene related to toileting and basic mobility and physical movements required to navigate the home environment, such as standing, sitting, and lying down are all Activities of Daily Living that our caregivers can help with based on the need of each individual client. Assessing a person's ability to perform these ADLs helps determine their level of independence and identifies areas where our caregivers can step in and help.


Assistance with Instrumental Activities of Daily Living

Meal Preparation, planning, preparing, and cooking meals according to dietary needs and preferences; light housekeeping and household maintenance,  organizing and maintaining the living environment, including tasks like laundry, sweeping; transportation and community mobility, managing transportation needs such as driving to medical appointments, grocery shopping, or social activities and communication and technology use, utilizing communication tools, such as phones or computers, and using technology for various purposes, including email or video calls are all vital components of helping our seniors remain safely in their homes, healthy and connected.

24-Hour Adult Care in Haymarket and Gainesville 

Our smart scheduling options and customized plans of care provide you the peace of mind that having 24 hour care for your loved ones can provide.

Companion Care 

Loneliness can be debilitating for many seniors. Our work to bring care, connectedness and fun to the lives of our clients serves to combat this loneliness.  We provide companion care and daily living assistance to ensure our clients can continue to do what they love most. This includes everything from helping solve puzzles to providing meal-time chatter, daily living assistance with tasks and participation in their favorite activities.

Memory and Dementia Care

Our memory and dementia in-home care specifically focuses on providing specialized support and assistance to individuals living with memory-related conditions, such as Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia. It aims to enhance the quality of life, promote independence, and ensure the safety and well-being of those affected by memory impairment by including some of the following in your loved one’s customized care plan:

  • Memory Support: Our caregivers, trained in memory care techniques, provide personalized assistance to help individuals with memory loss manage their daily routines. This includes strategies to enhance memory, such as using memory aids, creating visual cues, and implementing structured routines to promote familiarity and reduce confusion.
  • Cognitive Stimulation: Our caregivers engage individuals in various activities and exercises that stimulate cognitive function, memory recall, and mental engagement. This may involve puzzles, games, reminiscence therapy, music therapy, or other mentally stimulating activities tailored to the person's interests and abilities.
  • Medication Reminders: Memory and dementia care often involve helping individuals with medication adherence. Our caregivers can provide medication reminders.
  • Safety Measures: Our caregivers create a safe environment by implementing safety precautions, such as removing trip hazards, securing the home, and monitoring individuals to prevent accidents or wandering and promptly respond to emergencies.
  • Personal Care and Activities of Daily Living (ADLs): Memory and dementia care may involve assisting with personal care tasks, including bathing, grooming, dressing, and toileting. Our caregivers provide patient and gentle support while maintaining the individual's dignity and independence. They also help with ADLs, such as eating and mobility, considering any challenges related to memory and cognition.
  • Behavior Management: Our caregivers, trained in dementia care, understand the behavioral changes associated with memory impairment. They can provide strategies for managing challenging behaviors, agitation, and confusion. They may use calming techniques, redirection, and validation approaches to minimize distress and promote a peaceful environment.
  • Emotional Support and Companionship: Memory and dementia caregivers provide emotional support and companionship. They engage in meaningful conversations, listen attentively, and provide social interaction to help individuals combat feelings of isolation and loneliness.
  • Family Communication and Education: Our caregivers often serve as a link between the individual, our office and their family. They can communicate changes in the individual's condition, offer guidance and support to family members, and provide education about memory-related conditions, symptom management, and available resources.

Respite Care: 

While we are not a respite care facility, our services do include in-home respite care, providing temporary relief for family caregivers. This allows family members to take breaks, attend to their own well-being, or tend to other responsibilities while ensuring the continuity of care for their loved ones.

End-of-Life Care in Haymarket and Gainesville 

The primary focus of end-of-life care is to ensure comfort, dignity, and quality of life for both the individual and their loved ones during this difficult time. While we are not a hospice care company, our focus is on creating a compassionate and supportive environment, in partnership with hospice care providers, that prioritizes the individual's comfort, dignity, and emotional well-being during their final days, while also providing support for their loved ones as they navigate this transition.

In-Facility Care

Home means different things to different people. We work with a number of independent living and care communities in the region. Through this partnership, Comfort Keepers of Greater Prince William helps ensure that your loved one receives the individualized attention they need regardless of their living arrangement.

Post Hospital Care

Whether it's due to a fall or illness, we're available to help your loved one with their post-hospital care and needs in the Haymarket and Gainesville area. This includes assistance with bridging to home, settling in, transportation and medication reminders.

Trusted Senior Care

We are delighted to offer our in-home care services to your loved ones in Haymarket and Gainesville, and we hope that you will reach out if you have questions. For more information, call us 24/7 at (703) 686-4820. To see what past customers had to say about our services, we invite you to check out our testimonials.