Federal Way, Washington
500 S 336th St #204, Federal Way, WA 98003
(253) 200-0038
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Specialized Care

We create individualized plans of care for seniors based on their needs and personality.

Providing End-of-Life Care and Palliative Care for Seniors in Federal Way, WA, and the Surrounding Areas.

Family members in Federal Way, WA, and neighboring communities can benefit from our compassionate approach to palliative care

When people realize that their lives are nearing the end, they often wish to spend their remaining days in the comfort of their own homes. Seniors want to make their final memories in a familiar setting that has provided numerous pleasant experiences. Comfort Keepers of Federal Way, WA provides end-of-life care and palliative care to seniors and their families so that they can make the most of their final days, weeks, or months together.

Personal Care and Household Chores Assistance

One of the key reasons for creating life care services is to allow older persons and their families to focus on each other rather than on personal care activities and domestic chores. You can rely on our caregivers to provide palliative and end-of-life care for your loved one, including:

  • Personal cleanliness
  • Toileting
  • Laundering services
  • Errands involving grocery purchasing
  • Preparation of meals

Our Comfort Keepers can also take your senior to family gatherings and any other activities in Federal Way, WA, that they might wish to attend.

Care Plans That Are Individually Tailored

Comfort Keepers recognizes that each senior has specific requirements and preferences. As a result, we customize end-of-life care plans to fit the unique needs of every senior. Suppose you believe that in home care for your senior loved one is the right approach. In that case, a client care coordinator will consult with both you and your relatives to develop a plan that will make it more accessible during this trying situation. A client care coordinator at a hospice clinic might also collaborate with medical experts or palliative care providers.

Continued Support After the Passing of a Loved One

Our end-of-life care often does not cease when a senior passes away. Our Comfort Keepers of Federal Way, WA, can offer you and your family support during the mourning process, as well as assistance with packing and transferring personal things and funeral or other end-of-life arrangements. Many families find our help reassuring during one of life's most emotional and challenging times.

For Further Information, Contact Us Today

Please contact Comfort Keepers for senior care during this time if your senior or loved one is nearing the end of their life by calling our local office at (253) 200-0038. We'll provide you more details on how our in-home end-of-life care services can help you and your family.

   

Classes from Comfort Keepers in Federal Way, WA


CURE SOMETIMES, COMFORT ALWAYS
This class will teach conversations, tools, and options for making decisions on Palliative and End of Life Care. Learn what Palliative Care is, how it fits in with current medical practices and ways to support the family. Presented by: Franciscan Palliative Care SW & Comfort Keepers.


IN MY TIME OF DYING
This is a challenging topic of great importance! This documentary explores the way we approach the end of life in America, and brings together diverse voices to ask new questions and challenge old notions. Interviews with medical experts and spiritual leaders are woven together with intimate portraits of people facing imminent death. The result is a unique and important conversation about how we meet death, how we support our loved ones in their time of dying, how we cultivate hope in these times, and how to engage in conversations that seem too painful to broach. After viewing this documentary Franciscan Hospice will respond to your questions. Presented by: Franciscan Hospice & Comfort Keepers.


For more information about these classes, call us today at (253) 200-0038