Comfort Keepers Of Castle Rock Offers Senior Care Opportunities At Denver Career Fair

December 06, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Comfort Keepers, a Colorado based senior care provider, would like to announce that they will be present at the upcoming Denver Career Fair. The company will be at the fair to discuss and share information regarding the senior care services they offer. Known as one of the best providers of home care services for seniors, Comfort Keepers has a wealth of knowledge to share in the field.

The company aims to give seniors the best home care possible. Located in Parker, the care provider offers their clients the best a small town community can offer. “We are dedicated to providing the best home care that enables seniors to live independently while staying safe and active,” says the company. “Meeting physical needs and caring for their emotional well-being is central to each customized care plan with Comfort Keepers. Each individual situation is carefully assessed to develop a care plan that optimizes the quality of life for the senior being cared for.”

When looking for a place to put one’s elderly loved ones, it is important that one picks a place that offers the widest variety of services as part of the care plan. At Comfort Keepers’ Parker residence, residents have access to everything they need to make their living conditions as comfortable as possible. The facility has expert caregivers who provide mobility services, personal grooming and bathing, along with medication monitoring. They help their residents prepare meals in order to ensure their safety in the kitchen, and they are also willing to provide aid with housekeeping.

“We create custom care plans that are built around the individual needs of our clients. These services include assistance both inside and outside of the home and making sure your loved one is safe at all times,” the company says. “We provide a unique approach to caregiving that allows seniors and elderly to be active and engaged in every step of care we provide.”

If one finds themselves having to face the imminent death of a loved one, the caregivers at Comfort Keepers can offer guidance and assistance. They also specialize in end of life care to help make a loved one’s final days as comfortable as possible, while making the loss of a loved one easier to handle for their family. Similarly, those who have Alzheimer’s and Dementia will be able benefit from the staff’s ability to make the whole situation a lot easier to handle.

“Our company is a leading provider of in-home care services,” says the company. “Our expert caregivers provide customized senior care plans that may include personal care, home health care and companionship-homemaker services. We help seniors and other adults live an independent, quality life. We offer a wide range of services to the elderly community in Parker. Our services for seniors include respite care, meal preparation, Alzheimer's and dementia care, financing assistance, companionship, housekeeping and in-home health care related services.” Read more about Castle Rock home care online.

The company offers a great alternative to taking one’s family member to an adult day care. Seniors can stay in their home and have personalized help come to them. “Working with Comfort Keepers has been a breath of fresh air,” states a 5-Star Google review. “I have never worked for a company who invests so much in their employees. Not only do they invest in your personal self-care with an earned bonus system, they offer great benefits and a flexible schedule. I value a good work and family balance and they have exceeded my expectations. Comfort Keepers also has a heart for their clients and always provides exceptional care. They are absolutely wonderful.”

Another review of the company on the same platform states, “I had the privilege of meeting the amazing crew behind the scenes of Comfort Keepers in Castle Rock and to be a part of their team! They're all so open and friendly, and they truly care about their clients’ well-being as well as their employees. Incredibly flexible scheduling and honorable work! I’m excited to have this experience in my repertoire!”

Comfort Keepers of Castle Rock will be at the Denver Career Fair on the 18th of December, 2019 (11 am - 2 pm). They encourage those interested in senior care to visit them there to learn more about the work they do. Inquiries may be forwarded to Katie Coleman of Comfort Keepers as well.

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For more information about Comfort Keepers Home Care of Castle Rock, contact the company here:

Comfort Keepers Home Care of Castle Rock
Katie Coleman
(303) 993-1111
katiecoleman@comfortkeepers.com
1001 S Perry St Ste 105B
Castle Rock, CO 80104

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