Oct 25, 2018 by Mark McGoldrick
Has your senior loved one shown signs of slowing down physically or mentally? Do they need help around the home or with one or more personal care tasks? If so, then preparing for the winter may cause them extra stress and anxiety, and they are not alone. Many seniors find preparations that were once quite easy are now considerably harder or even impossible to perform. The good news is that Comfort Keepers’ companion home care can help.
When it comes to winter preparedness, there are four primary areas of concern, the home's interior, the home's exterior, the automobile, and the senior, themselves.
Should a senior need help with their winter preparedness, Comfort Keepers can make sure things get done right. Services range from scheduling and providing transportation to and from service or doctor's appointments to helping prepare emergency kits. Granted, Comfort Keepers companion home care still provides the same exceptional homemaking and personal care services they always did.
For more information about winter preparedness or to learn more about the many ways companion home care can help your loved one remain safe and secure this winter season, contact a care coordinator today.