Comfort Keepers is pleased to provide award-winning in home care to residents in Nanaimo, BC neighborhood. Our caring help allows the clients we serve to remain safely and comfortably in their own homes rather than being transferred to an assisted living facility or live-in rehabilitation center. Our home care spans a wide range of demands and addresses specific concerns such as terminal illness, Alzheimer’s or dementia, disability, and a variety of other unusual scenarios. Each care plan we develop is tailored to the specific needs of our customers and can be modified as circumstances change over time. We offer flexible scheduling and care that can range from 24 hours a day to a few hours each week.
When you start working with our agency, one of our skilled in home care coordinators will work with you to create a personalized care plan that addresses all of your loved one’s requirements and preferences. We will also take into account any advice or information offered by the client’s family, physicians, and specialists. Our care is intended to alleviate the pressures associated with living alone as an individual ages, while still allowing our customers to feel autonomous and at ease in their home setting.
We provide services such as, but not limited to, the following:
- Respite Care: While satisfying and noble, being a family caregiver can be difficult and demanding. You may rely on us to provide high-quality care for your elderly relative when you need a vacation from your caregiving duties.
- Transportation Services: Comfort Keepers trains caregivers on how to provide home health care services such as secure and trustworthy transportation to seniors so that they can continue to go to senior centers, grocery stores, doctors appointments and more.
- Interactive Caregiving: We support healthier living by keeping your loved one socially, physically, and psychologically well, as well as involved in the treatment they get.
- Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care: We specialize in assisting seniors who have Dementia or Alzheimer’s. Our caregivers have been trained to care for older persons with a range of diseases and to assist them in improving their quality of life.
- End of Life Care: Our caregivers have undergone special training to care for elders who are terminally ill. We understand how difficult and stressful the final phases of life can be, which is why we are here to help and comfort you and your parent.
- Post-Hospital Care: It can be tough to bring someone home from the hospital and keep an eye on them. We are here to help people recuperate in the privacy of their own home, reclaim their freedom, and avoid re-hospitalization by assisting with a safe recovery.
In addition, we include an Interactive Caregiving component in each client’s in-home care plan. This guarantees that your loved one gets the recommended amount of exercise and social activity from their doctor. Walking around the neighborhood, fitness classes, and even light stretching are examples of activities. Our caregivers are encouraged to bond with and share with the clients they serve in order to socially engage them as well. Sharing stories, discussing home problems, playing board or card games, and a variety of other activities and hobbies that your loved one may like are all examples.