In Home Care Services for Seniors in Waukesha
The city of Waukesha was once known as “Spring City” due to the supposed healing properties of its natural spring water. While the medicinal water may no longer be around, many still feel the effects of the calm, quiet community as beneficial for their health. The professional in home care providers of Comfort Keepers allow seniors and adults with disabilities to remain in their Waukesha home while receiving the care services they need.
The hardest part of starting personal care for a senior or disabled adult is the first conversation. Without honest and open communication channels, your relative might feel they’re being blindsided. By fully discussing their options at home, they will have more freedom in deciding their future. Many families don’t discuss care until after a loved one has suffered an accident or injury due to mental or physical decline. The earlier you both address the issue, the smoother the transition to assisted living with Comfort Keepers will be.
Give us a call at (414) 207-6894 to learn more!
Personal In Home Care for the Elderly and Disabled in Our Community
Retirement communities, rehabilitation centers, and hospice facilities all involve your relative having to move away from their familiar home to receive care. Comfort Keepers lets your loved one remain in the same house or apartment they have always lived in and stay involved with their local community, family and friends. With caregiver services from Comfort Keepers, you are free to visit as often as you like. Be sure to check our FAQ for answers to common questions you may have about our service.
Our Waukesha area services are for:
- Adults with disabilities
- Adults with temporary health problems (resulting from childbirth, surgery, injury or disease)
- Individuals with autism spectrum disorders
- Seniors with dementia
We provide personalized care services for adults over the age of 18. Our Comfort Keepers allow adults with disabilities and seniors in need to maintain an independent lifestyle.
Comfort Keepers offers a variety of services including:
- 24/7 Live in Care
- Personal Care
- Respite Care
- Dementia and Alzheimer's Care
- End Of Life Care
- Transitioning Care
Acting as a caregiver yourself may seem more affordable, yet there are potential complications. If you’re spending all your time acting as a caregiver, your relationship may become strained and constant care leaves you unable to work and provide for your own family. A lack of formal training can also lead to accidents and inadequate care. Medicare, Medicaid, Veterans Administration, and State Programs make our home caregiving services available for many seniors and adults at an affordable price. Even temporary respite care will provide you both with a much needed break.
Schedule Care When You Need It
If your loved one is mostly independent, you may schedule Comfort Keepers for only a few hours to check on them once a week. If they require round the clock care, our 24-hour live-in service will let us monitor them while you’re away. No matter how long you need our help, we’ll be there. We know arranging care for a family member can be stressful and our caregivers are here to make the process as simple as possible.
Learning your older relative only has limited time left or has been diagnosed with dementia is difficult. Rather than going through the hassle of sending your loved one to a hospice facility for an indeterminate amount of time, let them stay in their home with the assistance of compassionate Comfort Keepers. We will remain by their side as long as they need us.
Familiar Faces, Familiar Places
Comfort Keepers are more than just caregivers; they’re part of the family. We believe in using interactive techniques to promote mental, emotional, and physical wellbeing. We won’t just serve food and walk away. Our senior care providers will share a meal and conversation with your loved one.
Interactive caregiving means our clients get to experience a more enriching life with Comfort Keepers. Other individual interactive senior plan ideas include:
- Attending medical appointments
- Participation in community or religious groups
- Discussions on current news or reminiscing about past events
Going Home After A Hospital Stay With Home Care
Transitioning care services from Waukesha area Comfort Keepers will help you readjust to life at home after hospitalization from surgery, injury, or an extended illness. Getting around your house might be difficult without assistance, which is where our specialized mobility equipment comes in. We will move you in and out of chairs or your bed without risking further injury. We even have equipment to help you bathe safely.
We create specific care plans and use home monitoring and personal emergency response systems to keep you safe and sound during the recovery process.
By creating a completely personalized plan for our clients, every day is different. We want your loved ones to be happy, whether they are receiving temporary respite care while you are on vacation or if they require long-term hospice care. In the city of Waukesha, Comfort Keepers are the best caregivers for your family because we treat all our clients like our own family. We will be there for your loved one so they can remain happy and independent from the comfort of home.
Personalized Care Services Provide Peace of Mind for the Entire Family
Shirley would often lose her balance and her legs felt weak. Her son and daughter were increasingly concerned about her health.
They needed to know if she was eating and taking her medication as scheduled. Her family called Comfort Keepers and got the help they needed, plus peace of mind.
Five years later, life is better for Shirley. CJ has been Shirley’s Caregiver for almost four years, making them fast friends.
According to CJ, “What one of us doesn’t think of, the other one will.”
“Oh, my, CJ is just great,” exclaimed Shirley, “time just flies when we’re together.”
CJ takes out the trash, changes the bedding, and does the dishes and laundry. After getting the chores done they “can have some fun.” They enjoy knitting together, watching gameshows and cheering on college basketball and the Green Bay Packers.
Shirley points out how nice it is to have someone to talk to about current events, sports, and other things going on in the world.
“She makes me laugh and when it’s nice out she takes me for a walk. We do all sorts of things I don’t get to do when I’m alone by myself, and I like that,” said Shirley. Most important is the companionship and friendship they share.