Does your loved-one need in-home care now? Comfort Home Care provides Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), Geriatric Nursing Assistants (GNAs), and Home Health Aides (HHAs), licensed by the State of Maryland and Washington, D.C. Our aides are caring, genuine individuals who are highly skilled and certified in assisting with the activities of daily living and providing your loved-one additional services that best ensures a comfortable, happy life.
Care That Goes Above and Beyond
The Activities of Daily Living, or ADL’s, refers to the basic tasks of everyday life: eating, bathing, personal hygiene, dressing, toileting, continence, walking, and general movement. While most senior care companies assist with these necessary activities, our aides will also help with medication reminders, meal preparation, light cleaning, laundry, and exercise. Our aides also assist with transportation, driving your loved-one to doctor’s appointments, the grocery store, the pharmacy, etc. Our clients always tell us how much they truly appreciate these extra services we provide–we sincerely care about your loved-ones as if they were our own family, and it shows. Our care, and the extra steps we take, ensures your loved-one lives the most fulfilled life possible.
In addition, our care plans are uniquely created for every client. Our Registered Nurses also conduct periodic visits to each client to ensure that the established care plan is being successfully followed. The Registered Nurse will also make sure your loved-one is healthy, happy, and their environment is safe and conducive to the best care possible.
First Steps To Receive In-Home Care
1. Your loved-one will receive a complimentary evaluation from one of our registered nurses in order to determine your loved-one’s goals, special requirements, and the level of care needed. To ensure thorough assessment, our Direct of Nursing, Director of Care, and our Company Representative will arrive together during one visit in order to save valuable time and reduce stress.
2. With the evaluation complete, our nurse will create a care plan custom-tailored to your loved-one’s needs. Healthy social interaction is an important part of our care plan so we make sure to pay close attention to the psychosocial needs of your loved-one.
3. Next, we carefully match a care provider to your loved-one based on needs and compatible personality. The relationship between the caregiver and your loved-one is crucial, and we’ve found that our program excels in making the proper match. We ensure the bond between our caregiver and your loved-one provides a thriving, healthy environment.
A Typical Day in In-Home Care
A typical day in your loved-one’s home will begin with assisting your loved-one from bed, bathing them, dressing the, and helping them with the restroom. The caregiver will then prepare healthy meals for your loved-one and provide any assistance needed with eating. The caregiver will also help your loved-one with exercise, usually walking around the block and assisting with basic therapeutic physical activities.
Our aides also tend to the psychosocial aspect of care, interacting with your loved-one and providing a stimulating social environment. Our aides will bond with your loved-one, forming an intimate friendship that will positively impact the health and happiness of your loved-one.
We pride ourselves in ensuring your loved-one is safe, healthy, and happy.
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