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What home care services does Comfort Keepers provide?

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Comfort Keepers provides grooming, feeding, mobility assistance, housekeeping and transportation services. Depending on the type of care needed, Comfort Keepers creates a service plan to meet individual client needs.

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Comfort Keepers provides bathing and hygiene assistance for physically or cognitively disabled adults. Caregivers help clients with bathing and grooming needs. They are trained to help clients with incontinence and hygiene limitations. Caregivers also assist by shampooing hair, shaving and combing and styling hair.

The company's caregivers provide nutritious meals and interact with clients at mealtime. Caregivers prepare hot, nutritious meals or aid clients with meal preparation. Caregivers help maintain specially prescribed diets and are able to feed clients who cannot feed themselves.

Comfort Keepers' staff also assist clients with mobility. Caregivers offer appropriate levels of mobility assistance based on individual clients' limitations. For immobile clients, all Comfort Keepers caregivers are trained in transferring people from beds, wheelchairs and toilets.

The employees at Comfort Keepers provide light housekeeping support to its clients. Caregivers provide indoor cleaning assistance such as vacuuming, dusting, sweeping and mopping, and cleaning kitchens and bathrooms, based on individual clients' needs. Caregivers also do laundry according to clients' preferences.

Comfort Keepers provide transportation to clients to help keep them active. Caregivers transport clients to medical appointments, barbershops, beauty salons, movies or to meet friends for lunch. Caregivers also run errands for clients such as grocery shopping or picking up prescriptions.

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