People with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of Dementia show symptoms of cognitive impairment. At ComfortCare Homes® we help our Residents cope with such problems so that they can enjoy their life. By continuously monitoring the physical, emotional, and medical requirements of our Residents we are able to give them the love and attention they need to lead a peaceful life.
We know that the best way to provide the right care to our Residents is to gather as much information as possible about their social, physical, and cognitive state. Based on the information gathered, we then determine which ComfortCare home is best suited for your loved one.
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