For loved ones, spending a loved one’s final days at home can be tough and distressing. Comfort Keepers is here to give you with comfort care. Call us at 365-607-0870 to find out more about how our end of life care can assist your family during this difficult time.
End-of-Life Here is Here to Help
Families may make the most of their time together with our assistance. Comfort Keepers is a multifaceted organization that offers services other than in-home care. When things go difficult, our carefully trained caregivers are available to lend a sympathetic ear, emotional support, and a helpful hand around the house.
Comfort Keepers caregivers can provide end-of-life care that maintains a senior’s dignity while also providing a level of quality of life found only at home. We are also available to help family caregivers and friends who are dealing with the emotional stress and increased time commitment.
We’ll help around the house and with your loved one’s care as needed, as well as provide emotional and moral support to the entire family. The final days of a person’s life are difficult for family members and friends, but Comfort Keepers’ services can help ease the stress.
Nobody can deny that caring for a loved one towards the end of their life is both emotionally and physically exhausting. Our caregivers can provide respite care or provide short-term relief to caregivers. This gives you the opportunity to recharge, go to work, run errands, or take a much-needed break, avoiding burnout or discomfort.
Respite care can be offered at the resident’s residence or in a care facility such as a nursing home, hospital, or senior center. Our respite services include the following:
- Simple housework
- Shopping for groceries and meal preparation
- Obtaining medication managing symptoms
We’re here for families at every stage of the journey, whether it’s conversation, social support, or simply having someone to talk to.
In order to give the finest quality care, Comfort Keepers develops tailored end of life care plans for each client, family, and scenario. During this difficult time, we maintain regular communication with family members, the hospice team, the medical team, and other health care specialists, tailoring care and services to the client’s changing needs.
Help Following the Death of a Loved One
If a family needs assistance after the death of a loved one, we can help them cope with their grief, make life decisions, and complete many of the obligations that will be expected of them. We are here to help alleviate the stressors that a family may be feeling, from personal item consolidation and organization to relocation and simply being a listening ear for the family.
Personal Care and Companionship
Our goal is to support and soothe your loved one with end of life care, as well as to help families make the most of their limited time together. We provide companionship and personal care services in addition to respite care, such as the following:
- Bathing and toileting assistance
- Assisting with daily tasks such as dressing and grooming
- Feeding and meal preparation
- Reminders to take medications
We train our caregivers to be compassionate while being professional, instilling a sense of stability amid the ups and downs that come with having a restricted life expectancy.