Seniors Can Receive the Best Personal Care in Washoe County, NV
Comfort Keepers personal senior care providers are trained to provide expert assistance
Personal care is an important aspect of senior care and constitutes the core of quality non-medical assistance for older adults. It encompasses a wide range of activities and assistance and the right combination for your loved one will depend on their needs and preferences.
Many seniors in need of personal care may be going through major changes in their abilities. They may also have suffered a major medical event and need to go through a rehabilitation period. Not to worry, with the right senior care, your loved one will be back on track to living on their own terms in no time.
Comfort Keepers has been in the senior care business for two decades now. Over the course of our time in senior care, we have helped many older adults maintain their independence with compassion and dignity.
Our unique brand of senior care is called Interactive Caregiving and focuses on helping your loved one stay active and engaged both physically, mentally and emotionally. We will work with your loved one, their medical team and you to provide them with the best care possible that is right for them.
The following are some of the services Comfort Keepers of Reno, NV offers in Washoe County, NV:
- Grooming, and Hygiene: Helping your loved feel clean and feel their best is a crucial aspect of senior care that works. Our caregivers can help your loved one with all the activities that make up or are related to grooming and hygiene, including showering, bathing, hair washing, shampooing, conditioning, drying, styling, getting dressed, and anything else they may need.
- Mobility Assistance: Independence is an important thing to have in our society. It is highly valued and, in turn, if one does not have it or feels like they do not, it can present a major challenge. What's more, not only will their mood suffer, but also their physical health. Our caregivers can help your loved one with getting around, both inside and outside of their home, enabling your loved one to take charge of their lives and live on their own terms.
- Transferring and Positioning: Good health means more than taking your medication and going to the doctor. If your loved one is bedridden or otherwise disabled, they will need transferring and positioning assistance. This will help improve circulation and digestion and prevent painful bedsores.
To find out more about the senior care services we offer in your area, please give us a call today at (775) 273-6192.