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Caregiving Is Not Babysitting

When Bev* began requiring extra help and could no longer take care of daily tasks on her own as a result of dementia, she grew frustrated. She felt smothered and didn’t like the idea of being “babysat.” Bev was used to being independent for such a long time that it...

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Family When Family Can’t Be There…

As Pat* aged, more and more health issues began cropping up. She was about to be put in a home because she could no longer do things by herself at home, and this was distressing both to her and her family.  That’s when her daughter found Comforts of Home - Care. Pat...

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Boosting spirits amidst depression

When Tanya* came to us, her family was concerned because of her depression. They weren’t sure what to do or how they could help her -- so they hired us to provide Tanya with companionship. “We are so pleased with Tanya’s new companion -- I was thrilled to see how kind...

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Supporting Family Caregivers

There is great strength in a family coming together to care for someone -- and the definition of “family” can extend to hiring caregivers who care for your loved one the same way a good daughter would! Take Claire’s* situation, for example. Claire had a positive,...

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