When it comes to professional home care solutions, Comfort Keepers is the provider of choice for many families in Spokane and the surrounding communities. Our trained caregivers assist with all sorts of daily tasks and routines while providing something more valuable – loving companionship.
We understand that the golden years can be a lonely time for seniors. Many of them feel isolated, anxious, depressed, and long for social contact. Aging adults who struggle with depleting health and debilitating, chronic conditions may find it challenging to go out and about as often as they once did. This is where Comfort Keepers in home caregivers can be of great help.
We will strive to improve your loved one’s overall wellness by helping them stay connected with family and friends. When opting for scheduling care through our local agency, we will refer a caregiver that will have the skillset, training, and personality to be the best fit for mom or dad. This way, our loving in home caregivers can create strong bonds and become almost like a family member to the seniors they serve.
Studies show that socially active seniors have higher physical, mental, and cognitive functioning and enjoy a higher quality of life when compared to older adults who are reclusive and lead a sedentary lifestyle. For this reason, our focus from our in home caregivers is to provide Interactive Caregiving – our proprietary approach to care that seeks to elevate the wellness of those we look after.
Instead of doing something for your loved one, we choose to do it with them. For instance, we can prepare meals with them, engage them in meaningful conversations, go shopping, and run errands together, and allow them to participate in all the activities that bring them joy.
At Comfort Keepers of Spokane, we will give your loved one all the attention and support they need and deserve, making their every day a little brighter.
Get in touch with us online or call us at (509) 796-7738 to learn more about how in home caregivers from Comfort Keepers can help boost your loved one’s wellness and help them continue living independently in their own home for years and years.