Desperate for support and companionship…

Desperate for support and companionship…

Virginia* was having difficulty bathing by herself, and she needed some help with meal prep and basic cleaning. She didn’t have much family and was starting to feel lonely. Her friends called us at Comforts of Home – Care, desperate for assistance.  When...
A calming presence when family can’t be there

A calming presence when family can’t be there

Steve*, a 90-year-old war veteran, was having difficulty remembering things and moving around on his own when his concerned daughter reached out to us at Comforts of Home – Care for help. He was delighted to have a companion visit with him a few times each...
Spreading kindness & compassion

Spreading kindness & compassion

We love hearing your feedback! Some kind words that our clients have shared with us recently… From Kim: “I wanted to share a message my dad sent me today. I suggested my parents sign up for your newsletter a few months back. I never knew if they really did...
Stay home with help, or move?

Stay home with help, or move?

At the age of 88, Mrs. Gabon (name changed) called me herself. She responded to an ad she read in the paper. As we sat at her kitchen table, she expressed her hope that maybe this option would help her stay in her home. She lived in Fort Gary close to the...
Caring for a loved one with dementia

Caring for a loved one with dementia

When Monica* was moved to a retirement home because of her late-stage dementia and anxiety, her loved ones wanted to make sure she was as comfortable and happy as possible. They hired Comforts of Home – Care to provide caring companionship for Monica.  Monica’s...
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