The Comfort Keepers® Information Centre gives you access to information about senior care topics, features of interest to seniors and caregivers, provides answers to frequently asked questions about Comfort Keepers® and in-home care and offers informative Comfort Keepers® brochures, videos and links to a vast array of valuable online resources.
There are a host of factors to consider when beginning such talks that will affect the entire family.Learn More
Assessing home care options can be a daunting task. Knowing the differences between the types of services and service providers can aid you in making the right decision. Learn more about your home care options now.Learn More
There are many resources available to you. In the interest of your overall health — and that of your family and the person you are caring for — don’t approach caregiving responsibilities as if you are alone.Learn More
It takes a family working together to choose the most appropriate options for a loved one’s senior care — to make sure all the senior’s needs and wishes are addressed.Learn More
Comfort Keepers’ collection of brochures and other informative home care literature.
Transitioning home care provides trained and experienced caregivers to look after your loved one, ensure a speedy recovery and prevent deterioration or readmission.Learn More
For families who live away from their senior loved one, in-home care providers offer regular updates to families about the senior’s well-being.Learn More
Frequently asked questions about senior care.Learn More
The cost of long-term care for seniors varies as much as the types of care available and the degree of assistance you or a loved one need.Learn More
Comfort Keepers is honored to serve our nation’s veterans.Learn More
Review essential legal documents, health information and other considerations seniors and their families should address to reduce stress when critical life decisions need to be made.Learn More