ComfortCare Homes® has always focused on improving the quality of life for its Residents. We work to meet the physical, emotional, and medical needs of our Residents suffering from memory impairment. In our endeavors to provide quality care to our Residents, our staff will monitor the following: sleep habits, nutritional intake, vital signs and symptoms involving behavior changes.
Some of the common types of dementia include: Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, frontotemporal dementia, and dementia with Lewy bodies. At ComfortCare Homes we strive to ensure that our Residents stay healthy and happy. The best way to achieve this is through our team approach. Our care team includes our highly trained and compassionate staff of caregivers, a professional nurse, and your physicians. We personally attend to your loved ones physical and emotional needs.
To ensure that our Residents get the best medical care, we have a licensed nurse as our Director of Clinical Services. The Director of Clinical Services at ComfortCare Homes monitors all medical and health related issues and consults with family members, Powers of Attorney (POA), and the family's physician when necessary.
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