Quality Companion Care Is Available in Burien, WA
Our homecare services care for the complete well-being of your loved one
If your loved one has recently lost some of their physical or mental abilities, you may be considering homecare services. For the most part, people imagine non-medical homecare services begin and end with assistance concerning bathing, grooming, toileting, medication management, and feeding. However, the truth is much different.
Quality homecare services must include companion care if we are to help your loved one live life on their own terms. Comfort Keepers provides quality companion care based on our Interactive Caregiving unique brand of care to residents in Burien, WA, and the surrounding areas.
We are always looking for ways to make sure your loved one is staying active and engaged. Let's take a look at some of the companion care services we offer in Burien, WA.
- Conversation and Companionship: An active and engaged mind means an active and engaged life full of will to live. Our trained caregivers will always be looking for ways to help your loved one stay energetic and keen, doing things they want to do. One of the best ways to encourage this is through conversation and companionship. Your loved one's caregiver will not be just someone that takes care of them because it is their job. Our caregivers love what they do and cherish and respect their relationships with their senior clients.
- Meal Preparation: Quality nutrition is one of the four pillars of our unique brand of care called Interactive Caregiving. We believe that quality nutrition can have a positive impact on chronic conditions and illnesses, mood and outlook on life. An individual that eats well and a diet that suits them is much more likely to have a positive attitude and a will to engage with life. Our caregivers can help your loved one stick to a meal plan by helping them prepare meals and can even go grocery shopping for them if they are unable to do so.
- Laundry: Your loved one has a right to clean clothing. Our caregivers can help them do laundry. In addition to washing and drying clothes, homecare services professional can iron and put things away.
- Light Housekeeping: A caregiver's main job is helping your loved one with the daily activities of living and staying healthy, but they can pick up some chores along the way. This includes chores such as washing the dishes, vacuuming and cleaning up clutter. A caregiver can not take care of major cleaning projects for your loved one, but they can help them find a professional cleaning service and manage the whole process.
To find out more about the homecare services Comfort Keepers offers in Burien, WA, and the surrounding areas, please contact our office today!