ComfortCare Homes® provides care to those with advanced stages of memory loss to the end of life by involving Hospice as an extension of our services. Rather than curative treatment, hospice care treats the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of people. There is no need to move a Resident from a ComfortCare Home, as the team of hospice professionals including; registered nurses, social workers, chaplains, therapists, home health aids, volunteers, and others can come directly to our home
ComfortCare Homes can provide skilled nursing services through the home health care agencies of your choice (should a Resident require these services) on a temporary basis. Services that may be included are dressing changes, catheter care, and some IV cares. In addition to skilled nursing services, the physician may order Physical, Occupational or Speech Therapy. Depending on the resident's needs at the time, these would all be provided at our homes.
My mother is a Resident at a ComfortCare home. She is treated with loving and genuine care. Her surroundings are cheerful and comfortable. For these reasons, I am grateful and comforted that during this time of her life she is surrounded by the best.
- Sharon McDonald