Family Support You Can Count on 24 Hours Every Day in Stamford, CT
We have tools and resources to help the whole family because home care is a team effort.
At ComForCare (Stamford, CT), we provide the tools and training for our caregivers to help your loved one every day, and family members become part of the care team, too. After families have worked with us for a while, they start to feel more capable when the caregivers are not there. We have tools and resources for the families we serve, too. It is a team effort that includes everyone.
To help care for your loved one, we help you take care of yourself first. Your health is extremely important, especially getting proper rest and nutrition. We encourage you to do errands, go for a walk, or take a nap while we are at your home. You will never have to worry because your loved one will be safe and comfortable under the supervision of our caregivers.
ComForCare Stamford offers a wide range of family respite in-home services, so you can find time to rest and recharge, including:
- Help with housekeeping
- Assistance with grooming, bathing, and dressing
- Meal preparation and planning services
- Transportation and assistance with running errands
Family Respite Through ComForCare Stamford, CT
Caregivers also can offer companionship for your loved one while providing respite for the family. An in-home caregiver engages with a client to keep them socially and mentally active. If your loved one wants to play a game, read a book, or just have a conversation, our caregivers are there to keep them company.
Families need caregivers, too. You can trust us to provide your loved one with the highest quality care while you rest, relax and recharge. We are a helping hand in so any ways; from running errands to sitting with your loved one while you rest, we can help!
Family-Focused Dementia Support Groups
With ComForCare (Stamford, CT) at your side, you and your loved one will not have to embark on this journey alone.
Family caregivers who assist a loved one with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia can often feel isolated. Participating in skills and support groups can help individuals deal with challenges that may arise and offer useful suggestions.
ComForCare offers free skills and support groups for those caring for a loved one with dementia. Our support groups are a safe place where you can:
- Express your emotions
- Connect with others in a similar situation
- Develop new skills
- Gain a better understanding of dementia and aging
- Learn from other people’s experiences
In a warm, supportive environment, family caregivers can learn:
- Elder care and dementia best practices
- Techniques to address challenging dementia-related behaviors and personality changes
- How to relieve caregiver stress through self-care
- Functions commonly lost and those best-preserved with aging and dementia
- Meaningful activities that can be done at home
Remember, you are not alone. This stage in life can be challenging for everyone, and that is where ComForCare (Stamford, CT) comes in. We are here to not only care for your loved one, but to help you and your family.
Whether your loved one needs assistance only a few hours a week or around-the-clock, our team is happy to help! Call (203) 705-0220 to learn more about the transition care services offered through ComForCare Home Care (Stamford, CT).