75% of seniors intend to stay in their homes until the end of their lives.
National Council on Aging
Our Senior Living Goal: A Better Quality of Life for Your Loved One
When you have an elder in your family, nothing is harder than seeing them go without the senior living amenities they need to live comfortably in their homes. Fortunately, with the assistance of a compassionate caregiver from Comfort Keepers In Home Care, seniors can maintain the quality of the life that they are used to.
What is Quality of Life?
The easiest way to describe quality of life is to say it is the sum of your comfort, health, and happiness combined. While easy to visualize, this combination of needs and wants is continuously changing throughout our lives. As we age our wants and needs change and the assistance and care we need changes with it. Just as you needed a lot more help when you were a child then you did as an adult, you also start to need more and more assistance as you get closer to old age.
Quality of the life is a personal matter, and it starts at home. Fortunately, for a senior living with the assistance of a caregiver, there are many ways available to improve their quality of life. By being there to provide seniors with a safe and happy environment, caregivers can help improve their quality or life and give them the opportunity to spend time with their loved ones.
For a senior and their family to truly have a high quality of living, every member of the family needs should be met. This means quality time with loved ones, a healthy environment to stay in, and even time alone to decompress and unwind. When tempers start to flare let a senior living assistant step in to help.
Another way to improve a senior’s quality of life is by giving them the opportunity to spend time with their peers. By taking them to organizations such as John McCracken Senior Center, or the local YMCA in Reading, they can get a chance to spend quality time with other seniors doing activities or classes.
For more information about quality of life, or about our senior living amenities, please contact us to learn more. You can call us at (610) 678-8000, or go to our Contact Us page to schedule a free in home assessment.
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Comfort Keepers of West Lawn & Reading, PA proudly provides expert services to seniors in communities
throughout Berks County:
Bechtelsville, Bernville, Birdsboro, Blandon, Bowers, Boyertown, Douglasville, Exeter, Fleetwood, Geigertown, Hamburg,
Kutztown, Laureldale, Leesport, Limekiln, Lyon Station, Maxatawny, Mertztown, Mohnton, Mohrsville, Morgantown, New Berlinville, Oley, Pine Forge, Reading,
Reifton, Robesonia, Shillington, Sinking Spring, St. Peters, Temple, Topton, Virginville, Wernersville, West Lawn, West Reading, Womelsdorf, Wyomissing