As social distancing, the cornerstone of epidemic control, is becoming the norm, often leading to further isolation from seniors, our growing franchise network remains committed to overcoming those hurdles from coast to coast across our locations and the thousands of clients we serve across the country. And, the forecast for more franchise locations and our skilled workforce will only keep rising. Keep Reading
ComForCare is following updates and procedures from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) State Department of Health, local and county authorities, the Home Care Association of America, as well as other relevant agencies and resources. Please see our full post on our care protocols so we can continue to support your loved ones and minimize risk.
Most people want to age in place. According to AARP, 3 out of 4 Americans age 50 or older say they prefer to remain in their current residence for as long as possible. However, many will need assistance to do so. That’s where in-home care comes in. Keep Reading
In a caregiving industry that’s riddled with important checklists such as managing doctor’s appointment and prescriptions and assisting with basic needs, there’s still one hard-to-define need that must always be addressed: loneliness. Kyle Budinscak, owner of ComForCare of New York City, understands the importance of social companionship in elderly people, which is why his location has taken a lead in matching his caregivers with clients who have similar interests, hobbies and personalities. Keep Reading
We like to go beyond basic care needs and make sure that each client is receiving specialized services that help them go from just living to living their best life possible. We have many partnerships in place to enhance our services. Keep Reading
When an aging loved one’s health, safety or well-being becomes a concern, family members often need to come together to figure out short- and long-term care solutions. Family meetings can be a helpful tool in the care planning process. Keep Reading
f you want to start a new exercise routine but have reservations because you’ve suffered from a heart attack or have been diagnosed with a cardiovascular disease, there is good news. A new study shows that the benefits of routine exercise can help with heart health at any age. Keep Reading
According to a study by AARP most older adults want to continue living at home. Under the right conditions, people living with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia can stay at home until the end of life, enjoying the peace and comfort of familiar surroundings. Keep Reading
ComForCare Franchise Systems is proud to announce that nine ComForCare and At Your Side Home Care franchise locations received recognition in the 2020 Best of Home Care awards from Home Care Pulse, an independent satisfaction research and quality assurance firm for home care. Keep Reading
As the days get shorter and the weather gets colder it can only mean one thing, flu season is here once again. To avoid getting sick, you might bundle up before going outside or wash your hands before eating. Additionally, it may be a good idea to look into getting a flu shot as well.* The statement rings especially true for anyone over the age of 65 as the flu can be harder to fight off as we age. Luckily, for anyone 65 and older, a new drug called Fluzone could help ward off the flu this season. Keep Reading
Melissa Morante, who is part of the owner/operator team of three ComForCare Home Care offices in Florida was interviewed for her involvement in helping plan an event for people with Parkinson’s disease and their family members, as well as health and medical professionals. Keep Reading
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We make it a point to check in with clients frequently regarding
the quality of care and your overall satisfaction with services,
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