Through our unique system of in-home care that we call Interactive Caregiving™, our Comfort Keepers® engage clients in their care to enhance their independence and well-being. Interactive Caregiving™ includes four interrelated aspects: engagement of the mind, an active body, proper nutrition and safety.
The home care services provided by Comfort Keepers® are designed to help seniors and others maintain optimal levels of independence in the comfort of their own homes. In addition to providing assistance with household tasks, such as light housekeeping and meal preparation, and personal care tasks, such as bathing and grooming, Comfort Keepers offer their clients a wide range of companionship services, including conversation, walks, errands, (including transportation), as well as assistance with hobbies and other interests. By providing the right mix of in-home senior care services for your loved one, Comfort Keepers can help to maintain independence while enhancing quality of life.
Reviews for Comfort Keepers of Niceville, FL
Deb, I am a current client
I contracted with Comfort Keepers in February 2017 to provide an "assistant" for my mother 6 hours a day, 6 days a week. I chose this agency because the office staff was highly professional, immediately responsive, compassionate, and flexible. Patty, the office manager, scheduled a meeting with me and my mother the day after I called. She did a thorough assessment of my mother's needs, provided us with a variety of care options, and left us with materials for further review and consideration. There was no pressure to make a decision, just an open invitation for further communication. When my family decided what we wanted for my mother, I called Patty and explained what we were thinking. The next day she called and scheduled a meeting with a caregiver who she thought would be a good fit. My mother and I had the opportunity to spend about 1 1/2 hours talking with the potential caregiver, learning about her describing our needs and expectations. Then we scheduled a "trial run" on a day when I was able to spend part of the time with her and my mom, orienting her to the house and my mother's routines. This "assistant" began her work with my mom on the day I had to leave for my home out of state. She has been wonderful. She keeps meticulous notes throughout the day, calls or texts me frequently to let me know how Mom is doing, and keeps Mom on schedule for her meds.