Buffalo, MN Families Have Relied On Our Services For Over 12 Years
Looking for in home care for your loved in in Buffalo, MN? Comfort Keepers offers several levels and options of care that is customizable to suit your senior’s unique needs. We offer senior care services to fit many situations and also offer support services for the families of seniors in and around the Buffalo, MN area. Our services are available full time, part time, and 24/7 as needed.
The services we offer are as follows:
In Home Care – All of our home care services are completely customizable, and can be provide for as little as 2 or 3 hours a week or we can have a caregiver in your loved one’s home for 24 hours a day as needed. Services we offer range from personal care services such as hygiene and toileting to light housekeeping, errands, and meals.
Interactive Caregiving – This is the name we give our unique philosophy for our brand of care. It means simply that we try to engage our clients in everything we do, in an effort to keep them active, stimulate their mind, and address their social needs. Interactive care is seen in how we work to engage our loved one in walks, chores, meals, socializing, and just simple conversation.
Private Duty Nursing – Our caregivers are not licensed to provide most medical services. To help our clients with medical services, such as administrating medications and personal medical care, we offer private duty nurses.
Respite Care- We are there for your loved one when you cannot be. If you care for your family member eventually you will need breaks to rest and recharge. Our respite care provides in home care you can trust to take care of your loved one while you take a break.
Transitioning Care – This is in home care for seniors who have just come home after a stay in the hospital due to surgery, illness, or accident. We bridge the gap to provide the care you need to fully recover.
Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease Care – These diseases take specialized care so we train caregivers not only to provide safe and customized care, but to offer support to family in how to care for seniors with Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease.
Palliative Care – When a family member reaches the end of their life, it can be a difficult time for the family. Our end of life care focuses on providing whatever support the family needs most during this more difficult time.
To learn more about how we can help with our in home care services contact us at (320) 200-1066. There is an expert senior advisor waiting to take your call 24 hours a day. Not only can our advisors answer any questions you might have, they can schedule you for a free in-home consultation where you can see how our individualized custom plans can help your loved one live a more independent life.