Family owned in-home care provider wins 6th award for outstanding service in Bethesda, Maryland
Rockville, MD January, 2020: Comfort Home Care has won a 2020 Best of Bethesda magazine Top Vote Getter award in the in-home (nursing) care category.
Each year, Bethesda Magazine reaches into the community and reports on the best service industries and companies that directly serve the needs of Bethesda residents. This is Comfort Home Care’s 6th Best of Bethesda Award.
Comfort Home Care was founded in 1999 at a time when qualified, reliable, and flexible in-home care in Bethesda and throughout Maryland was hard to find. Twenty-one years later, Comfort Home Care is still a family-owned and operated local business and a respected member of the Bethesda, MD community.
“We extend our heartfelt thanks to all the seniors and their families who voted for Comfort Home Care in the 2020 Best of Bethesda Awards. Serving you in your own homes is our greatest honor,” says the team at Comfort Home Care.
Over the past two decades, Comfort Home Care has been a leader in the evolving in-home care industry. Their expert team of caregivers includes certified nursing assistants, geriatric nursing assistants, and registered nurses along with professional caregivers certified by Alzheimer’s Association. The team performs beyond the typical “activities of daily living” (ADLs)—by helping with medication reminders, meal preparation, light cleaning, laundry, exercise, and facilitating visits to the grocery store, pharmacy, or appointments. Peace of mind is always top of mind and the company is licensed, bonded, and insured.
About Comfort Home Care
Family owned and operated since 1999, Comfort Home Care is licensed in Maryland as a Residential Service Agency by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Office of Health Care Quality, License #R1178 and in Washington DC as a Nurse Staffing Agency, License NSA – 0447.
Our caregivers are certified by the Alzheimer’s Association and trained to understand the phases of dementia and changes in behavior. We use this information to provide the best care possible. We strive to understand a client’s health history and personal preferences, their current health and care needs, and what their future needs might be. We believe this is the best way to deliver meaningful care to everyone in our community.