As a Nurse Dad, what ComfortKeepers does is very important and personal to me.
Think of the dignity that our seniors are able to retain while being able to live at home where they are most comfortable because ComfortKeepers is there when you and your loved ones need them the most.
ComfortKeepers is available if you need them for as few as four hours per week or as much as 24 hours per day, seven days per week. Your family member is treated like a member of their family. They can help with Alzheimer's and dementia care, as well as personal care such as getting dressed, bathing, and toileting.
Kelly Marrero, president of Comfort Keepers in Atlantic, Cape May, and Southern Ocean counties, got involved with Comfort Keepers about 10 years ago after being dissatisfied with care her grandmother received in a nursing home, according to NJ Lifestyle Magazine. Her clients can rest assured that each Comfort Keepers certified home health aide has passed a background check and is licensed, bonded, and insured. A registered nurse supervises the aide and the client's progress and even writes the client's care plan, according to NJ Lifestyle Magazine.
Before they start working in the field, each caregiver completes the schoolwork and testing to receive their license, as well as more intensive training provided by Comfort Keepers, according to NJ Lifestyle Magazine. Then, every year, they receive 40 hours of continued training to maintain their certification and are assessed in the field by Comfort Keepers' director of nursing for 60 hours a year.
With that type of training and supervision, I know ComfortKeepers will succeed in giving you peace of mind because you’ll know that your loved one is in the care of experienced professionals who love what they do.
For these reasons, I unconditionally endorse ComfortKeepers because I approve of their vision and trust them to care for your loved ones. Call comfortkeepers at 609-277-7855, on the web at comfortkeepers.com. Please tell Comfort Keepers that Harry Hurley sent you.