Do you need help for yourself or an elderly parent? Do you have questions about how home care can help seniors or the disabled stay in their homes? Do you want honest answers from dedicated caregivers with experience caring for their own loved ones? Do you want the peace of mind that professional home care brings? If you answered yes to these questions, then call Comforting Home Care (610-625-5600) today for the help that you deserve.
Discover the Difference with... Comforting Home Care
♥ Lehigh Valley's #1 Home Care Company
♥ FREE Assessment by a Registered Nurse
♥ Caregivers Supervised by Registered Nurses
♥ Dedicated Owner with Personal Experience Caring for her own Family
♥ Professional Caregivers are employees, not contractors
♥ 24x7 Personal Care, Phone & Internet Plan of Care Access
♥ Click to read "10 Home Care Questions"
Home Care Done Right
You Can Stay in Your Home!
Sometimes it becomes difficult for an elderly parent or loved one to continue to do all the tasks associated with daily living such as bathing, cooking, or housekeeping. No one wants to have to leave their home, but sometimes it becomes unsafe and frustrating when alone. Often all seniors need is a little helping hand to continue to maintain their independence. Our mission is to help you STAY IN YOUR HOME. Learn about all our services HERE.
Living in Place is not the same as Aging in Place
It is important to remember that home care is about enjoying your life, regardless of your age or health, the way that you want. Our goal is for seniors to continue to lead happy, healthy lives in the comfort of their own homes. When people use the term "Aging in Place", it often overshadows the joy of the living part. That is why we prefer the term Living in Place (see the full article here).
Living in Place is not about jumping out of airplanes, sailing, or any of the other images we are bombarded with by advertisers. Living in Place is an individual choice about how you want to live as you age. It can be as simple as enjoying a cup of tea with a friend, watching your grandchild's soccer game, or just enjoying the afternoon in the comfort of your own home. Living is Place is what you want it to be. If you or your loved one's dream includes living at home, then Comforting Home Care will be there to help.
Our compassionate Caregivers are at your service to help by providing quality home care through a wide range of services. We assist with the tasks of daily living, enrich the lives of the elderly, and help maintain a safe home environment. It is estimated that 8 out of 10 seniors want to remain in their own homes. Everyday our dedicated, professional Caregivers help people maintain their independence throughout the greater Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, and Reading areas and stay home instead of being forced into other housing options.
We are here to answer your home care questions and help you find solutions for Living in Place. We understand that it can be confusing and stressful because we have been in the same situation caring for our loved ones (read Margie's Story). We also know that the right home care can make all the difference and give your family the peace of mind it deserves. Call 610-625-5600 and learn why we are the premier home care company in the Lehigh Valley.
Comforting Home Transitions SM
If you are recovering from surgery, cancer treatment, or other medical issue and you are ready to begin recovery at home, then our Comforting Home Care Transitions SM program may be the ideal home care solution.
Comforting Home Care Transitions SM is our signature home care program designed to help people successfully transition from hospitals or institutions to the comfort of their own homes. Our care eases clients and their families through the home transition process starting as early as the time of discharge, assisting with settling in at home, and supporting improved independence. The Comforting Home Transitions SM program fills the "non-medical gap" created when institutional medical care stops and life at home begins. Home care can also help reduce the risk of readmission or re-hospitalization. In fact, our Caregivers are available to begin service at the hospital during the discharge process. Click to view the Comforting Home Transitions SM presentation or learn more on our Brochures page.