Springfield, Ohio, was once named "The American Dream" by Newsweek Magazine. The titles associated with the city have changed over the years, but to the seniors who call Springfield their home, no other moniker will stick. After all, this is where they have decided to live out their golden years.
Should living out that dream become difficult, Comfort Keepers of Springfield is there to ensure that those who wish to remain in Clark County's county seat can do so safely with maximum independence, freedom, and a high quality of life.
Comfort Keepers of Springfield proudly offers non-medical in-home care to seniors who wish to age in place but may require some assistance to do so. Supports include light housekeeping, laundry, and meal preparation. For seniors who may require in-home care, services include eating support, toileting, bathing, grooming, and dressing; seniors who have difficulty getting around town will enjoy Comfort Keepers local transportation support.
In Springfield, Comfort Keepers services also include end of life care, hospital to home transition support, and respite care services. Comfort Keepers caregivers even specialize in all stages of dementia and Alzheimer's care.
Best of all, Comfort Keepers caregivers provide companionship. So, if your senior loved one could use physical, emotional, or social support while enjoying the peaceful paths at Buck Creek or sauntering along one of the Little Miami Scenic Trails, a caregiver will be there. Likewise, a day trip to the Springfield Museum of Art or a night at the symphony orchestra just isn't the same alone. Just because your senior loved one lives by themselves, it does not mean that they need to be alone.
Best of all, each service and support is available from a mere hour a week up to full-time, 24-hour care, 365 days a year.
For more information about the many ways Comfort Keepers of Springfield can help your senior loved one enjoy their golden years to their fullest while remaining in the comfort and convenience of their own home, contact a in-home care coordinator today.