ComfortCare Homes® has developed four seasonal menus that consist of three nutritionally balanced meals including a morning, afternoon, and evening hydration and snack program. Each season's menu has been patterned to use foods that are indicative to that season, to assure fresher fruit in the appropriate season.
ComfortCare Homes has a Hydration and Snack program that offers each Resident something to eat or drink at 10am, 2pm, and 7pm. However, because of our home environment, our kitchen is always open. Our Residents are able to have a glass of milk or juice, or eat a piece of fruit or other snack at any time. Many of our Residents enjoy getting involved in baking, so there is never a shortage of goodies at the homes!
Food preparation and storage shall always be done with the utmost care to assure the Residents health and safety. Preparation for each meal shall consist of appropriate portions for each Resident and Caregiver. The nightshift Caregiver may prepare a meal to ensure that the food is ready at the mealtime. An example of this is preparing a pot roast and vegetables in a crock pot so that it is ready for the Noon meal.
Modified diets are also available for those residents having swallowing difficulties. In this instance, meals may be pureed. Alternative diets are also available for those with diabetes concerns.
Our mom has lived at ComfortCare Homes®, Legacy House, for over a year. When her needs became greater than the needs Assisted Living could meet, we began our search for a new place for mom to live. We looked at the traditional Memory Care housing units. We promised mom we would never put her in the "nursing home" environment.
When we found Comfort Care Homes it met all our needs and promises. Mom is in a beautiful home with 24/7 care. She is able to help with chores that make her feel valued and important.
Mom continues to look and feel beautiful with weekly in-home beauty care.
As a family we are able to celebrate birthdays, holidays and special occasions in an environment we call "home".
- Frank, Mary Jo and Patty