In-home Companionship Care in Portland West, OR
As mobility subsides, it becomes more difficult for the elderly to remain involved with the activities and social structures they once did. Everyday life can require grown children to spend less time with their parents. These factors can contribute to mental and emotional health issues that can have dangerous consequences.
The Balance of Mental, Emotional, and Physical Health
Studies have revealed that poor mental and emotional health can exhibit itself in physical ways. Depression can contribute to severe ailments such as high blood pressure, heart disease, weakened immune systems, and cognitive decline.
At ComForCare (Portland West, OR), we think everyone deserves a friend to be there when they feel lonely and apart from the world, especially our seniors. Our caregivers have been chosen based on their capacity to understand and make profound, meaningful bonds with our clients. We get to know our clients personally to understand their passions, what satisfies them, and what makes them excited about experiencing life. If there is a senior in your life that could benefit from added one-on-one human interaction, don’t hesitate to contact us today.
Our Dementia Caregivers Can Provide:
- Scheduling social engagements
- Playing games or cards
- Meaningful conversation
- Meal planning and preparation
- Social interaction and companionship
- Running errands
- and much more
Whether your loved one needs assistance only a few hours a week or around-the-clock, our team is happy to help! Call (971) 801-7606 to learn more about the transition care services offered through ComForCare Home Care (Portland West, OR).