Comfort Keepers Interactive Caregiving™: Central to Our Home Health Services
Our distinctive approach to home health care is at the very heart of Comfort Keepers in North Augusta, SC, Evans, GA and the Surrounding Areas
Our dedicated home health providers, the special people we call Comfort Keepers®, transform day-to-day caregiving into opportunities for meaningful conversation and activities that engage and enrich the lives of seniors physically, mentally, socially, and emotionally.
How Does Our Approach to Home Health Care Make a Difference?
We believe Interactive Caregiving contributes to longer, healthier, more purposeful lives for seniors; in fact, many research studies point to the health benefits of active living in later life.
An Interactive Caregiving plan is created for each senior client based on his or her personality, unique interests, health, and abilities. This home health care plan will include a variety of activities such as:
- Walking in the neighborhood or Brook Pond Park
- Working together on household chores
- Preparing a meal
- Discussing current events or personal interests
- Reminiscing while viewing photo albums
- Working on hobbies, puzzles or crafts
- Go to an antique mall or to church
- Visiting a local senior center
- Participating in civic group activities
- Dancing to music
Comfort Keepers delivers essential personal care, companionship, and homemaker services that help seniors live happily at home, like other home health providers. However, with our Interactive Caregiving approach, we are able to raise seniors’ quality of life much higher than typical in home care providers.
This sets us apart from other competitors because we take daily care needs and kick it up a notch. For example, rather than preparing a meal and setting it down before the person receiving care, Comfort Keepers will invite them to help prepare the meal and offer conversation and companionship over enjoying the meal. Each senior is invited to participate in their care. This fosters the building of a relationship and continued independence for the senior.