Victoria is a unique combination of tradition and innovation. Offering an escape from a modern, crazy world, Victoria has been known as the “City of Gardens”. This town is home to numerous parks, and amenities, inviting visitors and residents to lose in the beauty. This town is perfect for seniors who want to live their golden years to the fullest. In order to stay independent and healthy, many seniors opt for our home care services.
Over the years, aging adults in Victoria, BC have depended on the quality of care and convenience of in-home care services provided by Comfort Keepers. Older adults often prefer to reside in the comfort of their own homes. Professionally trained caregivers are skilled and committed to assisting them with many of their personal tasks and household duties such as grooming, light housework, grocery store runs, preparation of meals, bathing, and occasional transport needs.
We also provide care services to seniors facing Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. If your loved one is preparing to return home following hospitalization, rehabilitation, or has been given an end-of-life diagnosis, we offer specialized services for those circumstances. Our services are transitioning home care, end-of-life care, and Alzheimer’s and dementia care.
Comfort Keepers provides a unique method of care that sets us apart from others. Our Interactive Caregiving services are designed to encourage physical, emotional, social, and mental stimulation to seniors. Caregivers help seniors and encourage activities such as relaxing walks through the neighborhood, community center classes, crafts, and reading. These are all activities that your loved one may enjoy and also help to keep them motivated and active.
We understand that the needs and wants of seniors vary greatly. Our services are available with no restrictions on time of care. Some seniors may need in-home care around the clock, while others may benefit more from a few hours per week or day. Whatever the needs may be, our care team is a beneficial resource to seniors and their families. Caregivers respond to the plan of care that was previously drafted by the client care coordinator, the senior, and the family during the in home care consultation. This consultation takes place during the initial meeting when the needs of the senior and the desires of the family are discussed. Care plans are carefully drafted and can be amended as often as the needs of your loved one may change.
To learn more about the role Comfort Keepers can play in the well-being and care of your loved one, please contact us online or call us today. We can answer your questions and schedule a convenient time for us to meet with your family.