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Four Helpful Tips to Kick-Start Your In-Home Caregiver Career

Jan 29, 2018 by Stephanie Howe - Owner, Comfort Keepers

Being a professional in-home caregiver is something that anyone can aspire to & many people have a great deal of experience caregiving for someone at home before they ever look into earning a paycheck doing the same relaxed home tasks for other people as well. However there are some tips you need to know still. Read Article

How In-Home Care Services Can Help You Care For Your Pets

Jan 22, 2018 by Stephanie Howe - Owner, Comfort Keepers

As much as your pets can do for you, as people get older it can become more difficult to take care of your pets. All the stooping and bending over, eventually becomes creaky and uncomfortable over time. Fortunately, this is the kind of thing that an in-home care companion can absolutely help you with. Read Article

What Kind of Duties Are You Responsible For as an In-Home Caregiver?

Jan 15, 2018 by Stephanie Howe - Owner, Comfort Keepers

When you're thinking about starting a new career, it is important to consider what you will be doing. As an in-home caregiver, you will be responsible for your client’s health, safety and well-being. From cooking to providing transportation, here are some tasks that you will have to do in order to be a successful caregiver. Read Article

Five Fun Ways Senior Care Can Help Loved Ones Ward Off Dementia (Part 2)

Jan 12, 2018 by Stephanie Howe - Owner, Comfort Keepers

Welcome back to the second half of our two-part series on fun ways to keep your brain active. Dementia is something that almost all older people worry about, partly because it's hard to predict when you might develop one of the better (or lesser) known diseases like Alzheimer's or Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome. Read Article

Five Fun Ways Senior Care Can Help Loved Ones Ward Off Dementia (Part 1)

Jan 10, 2018 by Stephanie Howe - Owner, Comfort Keepers

Even if you don't have a family history of dementia, it's important to keep your brain active. And if you're worried that your memory is already starting to go, one of the best ways to keep your brain active is with trained senior care in dementia. Read Article

Senior Care: Eight Tips for Staying Healthy After Retirement (Part 2)

Jan 8, 2018 by Stephanie Howe - Owner, Comfort Keepers

It is difficult to stay healthy to begin with, let alone after you retire. Your mind is not in the same mode as it used to be so you may think it is okay to let yourself go. It is not. These senior care tips will help you stay healthy after retirement. Read Article

Senior Care: Eight Tips for Staying Healthy After Retirement (Part 1)

Jan 5, 2018 by Stephanie Howe - Owner, Comfort Keepers

No one really tells you this as much as it should be known, but the golden years are some of the most important years of your life. You are bat your wisest and have lived a full life. Staying healthy so you can spread your wisdom is very important. Follow these tips to stay healthy! Read Article

Why an Emergency Response System is Important for Senior Care

Jan 3, 2018 by Stephanie Howe - Owner, Comfort Keepers

Taking care of older relatives has always been a somewhat delicate subject. It's difficult for both the seniors and their adult children to admit that older people can become less capable, strong, and independent than they once were. Emergency response system makes tasks less stressful for all involved in the senior care process. Read Article

Do You Know If Your Loved One Needs An In-Home Caregiver?

Jan 2, 2018 by Stephanie Howe - Owner, Comfort Keepers

It can be difficult to determine if a loved one, such as a parent or spouse, needs an in-home caregiver. It can also be difficult to know what kind of care your loved one will need. Fortunately, there are several types of home health care available, including home caregiving services and private duty nursing. Read Article

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