Welcome to Comfort Keepers®
-Windsor and Essex County In-Home Care, Senior Care
We help people live happy, healthy lives in the location of their choice by providing quality, compassionate care and safety technology solutions.
Our approach to care is like no other. We know that in order to improve an individual's quality of life, physical, mental, social and emotional stimulation must all be included. Therefore, our specially trained caregivers, whom we refer to as Comfort Keepers, learn how to transform everyday activities into opportunities to exercise one's mind, body and memories. We call this system Interactive Caregiving™ and it helps develop a true friendship between the Comfort Keeper and client, it preserves the individual's independence and it contributes to a better life!
Comfort Keepers Visits
- Persons recovering from an injury or illness
- Persons with physical and developmental disabilities
- New mothers
- Children who are ill
- Veterans (VAC Health Identification Cards Accepted)
Meet the Owner
Our service ranges from $15 to $24 per hour depending on the amount and type of care required. We can provide service for as little as two hours per week to full 24 hour care including holidays and weekends. It is best to call and arrange a free, in home, non obligation consultation to learn how we can fully meet you or your loved one's needs.
-Service can be stopped with 24 hours notice.
Comfort Keepers is a BBB accredited business
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- Conversation And Companionship
- Foot Care
- Incidental Transportation
- Light Housekeeping
- Meal Preparation
- Medication Reminders
- Personal Care