Senior Care in Boise, ID
Comfort Keepers offers senior care in Boise, ID that includes specialized care for those suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's disease
Caring for an elderly loved one who is dealing with the usual problems associated with growing older can be physically, mentally, and emotionally challenging. But, when you add in the extra stress of caring for someone suffering from dementia or Alzheimer's disease, it can easily become too much for you to deal with on your own. At Comfort Keepers, we specialize in providing this type of senior care in the Boise, ID area.
Most families who take on this role soon find that trying to care for their loved on while also caring for their own family, their home, and their career quickly becomes overwhelming. At some point in time, something has to give as you become mentally and physically exhausted. Along with taking care of your home, family, and loved one, you are also taking on the responsibility for keeping your loved one safe at all times. Our caregivers offer a range of services intended to help you, your family, and of course, your loved one continue to enjoy life.
Our Senior Care Plans Have Plenty to Offer
One of the first goals of our Alzheimer's and dementia care programs is to ensure you and your loved one are safe. When our advisor comes to your home for your free in-home consultation, they will inspect your home for safety problems like loose rugs/carpets, loose banisters, extension cords and loose wires running across floors, and anything else that might pose a safety risk.
They will also go over your loved one's medical and mental conditions in order to work with you to develop a senior care strategy that will meet your loved one's needs as well as your own. Our plans have been developed to be flexible so that they can change as your loved one's condition changes.
Schedule A Consultation
This is only a small part of the many aspects of our senior care services in Boise, ID designed to help those caring for a loved one suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's disease. If you would like to learn more, all you have to do is contact us at (208) 357-4595. Our advisors are on standby 24/7 to take your call, answer your questions, and then schedule your free in home consultation where we can discuss your needs in greater detail.