- At Home Care Options
- Self Directed Care
- Interactive Caregiving™
- Personal Care
- Companion Care
- Meal Preparation
- Light Housekeeping
- Medication Reminders
- Respite Care
- Transitioning Home
- Assisted Living Services
- Fall Risk Reduction
- Grocery / Home Shopping
- Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care
- 24 Hour Home Care
- Veterans Care
- Private Duty Nursing
- End of Life Care
Comfort Keepers At Home Care Options in Reno, NV
With at home care services, senior can now enjoy greater independence
The main advantage of at home care is that it allows seniors to receive assistance in their own home instead of moving to nursing homes or other care facilities. Comfort Keepers of Reno, NV provides help with activities of daily living, better known as ADLs, and incidental activities of daily living, known as IADLs.
Our professional caregivers can offer support and assistance to family caregivers, enabling them to go to work or manage other responsibilities. Taking a break from caregiving every now and then can help primary care providers rest and recuperate. However, in addition to respite care, which is short-term care developed to support both older adults and full-time family caregivers, we also offer long-term care in home care.
Our caregivers can provide an array of non-medical at home care services to seniors, such as assistance with personal care, meal preparation, and companionship. To better meet the needs of your loved one, we can create an individual care plan that can include any number of services, including those that are not typically found in care programs. We work closely with seniors and their families in order to determine what services are needed, taking into consideration the senior’s personal preferences, health condition, and other important factors.
Moreover, our caregivers are trained to meet special needs of seniors with dementia or other cognitive disorders, as well as with advanced or incurable illnesses, offering Alzheimer’s and dementia care and end of life care. Comfort Keepers of Reno, NV can also help your loved one recover faster after a hospital stay. This type of care is known as transitioning care.
If needed, we can suggest making some modifications to your parent’s home, such as installing ramps or shower seats, in order to keep your loved one safe at home and reduce the risk of injuries. We can also recommend various home safety products.
For additional information on your at home care options, please contact Comfort Keepers of Reno, NV today! We are happy to help you find the best care solution for your loved one!
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