CAREGIVER OF THE MONTH JULY WINNER

CAREGIVER OF THE MONTH JULY WINNER   ANASTASIA M. Anastasia only joined the Comfort Keepers family this past June and since then has shown incredible dedication to the company. Her work ethic speaks volumes as she is conscientious, always on time, continuously smiling and is a great communicator with staff and clients alike. She was … Read More

We at Comfort Keepers Edmonton are celebrating owner Rosie Vishram’s impressive career as well as her retirement. She has been an integral part of caregiving in the Edmonton area for the past 20 years. Rosie’s career with Comfort Keepers has touched so many people and she will be missed. We wish her all the best … Read More

Keeping your aging loved one strong and healthy has never been more important. During the COVID-19 outbreak when seniors are at higher risk for severe illness, staying at home and being socially distanced is highly recommended. You can count on Comfort Keepers Edmonton, AB in this time of need. We are here to help you … Read More

During the coronavirus pandemic, everyone needs to stay at home as much as possible, especially seniors who are at a higher risk of contracting the virus. Throughout self-isolation, your loved one needs to focus on their physical and mental well-being and engage in various activities that prevent loneliness, apathy, and boredom. Here is what your … Read More

When someone mentions a heart attack we immediately picture a person who is clutching their chest due to severe pain. Some heart attacks can happen suddenly, while others start slowly and cause pain and discomfort which progress over time. In fact, a person can have symptoms for hours before even realizing that they are having … Read More

Arthritis is a general term that is used to describe any of the 100+ conditions and illnesses affecting the joints. One in five adults live with arthritis and most of them are seniors. Arthritis can severely jeopardize a person’s independence and ability to perform tasks, from simple daily routines to more complex activities. However, with … Read More

Did you know that after heart disease, cancer and accidents, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is the leading cause of death? In this day and age more than 500, 000 Canadians have been diagnosed with COPD while it has been estimated that the same number of Canadian citizens has the disease, but they are still not … Read More

With age come many changes in the way our bodies function. While it may not be expected, sleep is one part of life that can also change in senior years. Almost half of all adults 65 and older have a hard time falling asleep and getting a good night’s rest. For many seniors, getting 7-8 … Read More

In their senior years, many of the older adults need to deal with age-related issues, such as a weakened immune system. Due to it, seniors become more prone to various infections, such as pneumonia. It affects one or both lungs and it can vary from mild to severe. It occurs when bacteria, fungi or viruses … Read More

Leading a happy, meaningful life is something we all strive for. However, as we age and age-related difficulties start to occur, it can be increasingly hard to enjoy life. In Canada, more and more people older than 60 are depressed, with estimates that a whopping 1.8 million seniors live with mental health problems and illnesses. … Read More

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