Comfort Keepers #787 West Ga Area

Comfort Keepers #787 West Ga Area We help seniors live happy, healthy lives in the comfort of their own homes by providing quality, compassionate care and safety technology solutions to preserve independence and contribute to a better life.

We are proud serve the communities West of Metro Atlanta, GA. This includes Paulding and Carroll Counties. We are committed to bringing the absolute best caregiving services to our aging seniors in the Dallas, Hiram and Carrollton areas. We look forward to getting to know you and your families in West Georgia!

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07/15/2015

Do you have a parent, friend, or loved one who could use some extra help around the house?

Whether clients require mobility assistance, meal preparation, or simply just a few hours of companion care a week, our trained caregivers -- called Comfort Keepers® - are available to make sure every visit is effective and meaningful.

- Companionship
- Incidental Transportation
- Grocery Shopping & Errands
- Light Housekeeping & Laundry
- Meal Preparation
- Grooming Guidance
- Dementia & Alzheimer's Care Services
- Respite Care & Relief For Family
- 24 Hour Care
Call today for more info (770)419-1355

My Spinal Taps for Alzheimer’s
07/14/2015
My Spinal Taps for Alzheimer’s

My Spinal Taps for Alzheimer’s

In The Wall Street Journal, Ann Hedreen writes about her spinal taps for Alzheimer’s research—donating small amounts of cerebrospinal fluid felt like the most useful thing she had ever done.

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07/06/2015

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We want to wish everyone a safe and fun filled Independence Day Weekend.
07/03/2015

We want to wish everyone a safe and fun filled Independence Day Weekend.

06/30/2015

A few tips to keep in mind this 4th Of July when celebrating with a family member with Alzheimer's

1. Try to maintain routine as much as you can. Don’t allow the days preparations to become disruptive or confusing. If the Alzheimer’s patient normally naps after lunch, allow time in the schedule for that important activity.

2. Include the person with Alzheimer’s in the activity to the extent she is able to participate. Simple activities such as folding the napkins, peeling the potatoes or setting the table will help the person feel that she is participating.

3. Because reminiscing can often be therapeutic for the person with Alzheimer’s, invite family and friends to tell stories of family events or times they have shared on previous 4th‘s! Include children in the telling of family stories.

4. Don’t ask “Do you remember?” Testing the memory of a person with Alzheimer’s disease can be demoralizing to that person. Instead, introduce people by name and repeat the name frequently. Say something like “Your granddaughter Karen wants to tell you about the time you took her to the movies for the first time.”

5. The sights, sounds, and tastes of the day may stimulate your loved one’s senses. The loud noise from fireworks and vibrant colorful lights may frighten the patient or increase agitation. Have a plan in place if you plan to view the festivities away from home.

6. Try not to have too much going on at any one time, as it may confuse the person with Alzheimer’s. If the number of people or the noise level causes distress, redirect the Alzheimer’s patient by sitting quietly with him or taking him for a walk.

7. Consider the time of day. Some Alzheimer’s patients experience “sun downing” or evening confusion and may derive more pleasure from a lunchtime celebration.

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06/26/2015

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06/24/2015

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Ten Summer Health Tips for Seniors to Beat the Heat
06/19/2015
Ten Summer Health Tips for Seniors to Beat the Heat

Ten Summer Health Tips for Seniors to Beat the Heat

Are you aware of potential health risks that are uniquely associated with both age and the changing seasons? Here are some summer health tips for seniors.

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06/18/2015

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Comfort Keepers would like to wish everyone a Happy 1st day of June.
06/02/2015

Comfort Keepers would like to wish everyone a Happy 1st day of June.

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5604 Wendy Bagwell Pkwy, Ste 811
Hiram, GA
30141

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