How I Went from Exhaustion to Peace of Mind that my Elderly Mother was getting Quality Care

At A Comfort Care, we understand this is a difficult time in your life—one full of stress, anxiety and conflicting emotions. That’s why in this video we’ll show you 5 mistakes many families make when choosing home care services… And tell you how you can keep from making them yourself. You’ll also learn the 3 things you need to know to arrange compassionate home care services you can feel good about.

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Our Services

If your loved one is dealing with an illness, recovering from an accident, or facing memory issues, we can help. A Comfort Care provides compassionate and caring one-on-one private duty services to seniors and others in San Antonio.

Companionship

Companionship

Reading books. Helping with letter writing. Taking walks. Playing games. These are the things you’d do if you were there.

Meal Care

Meal Care

We prepare meals, serve them or help with feeding, administer fluids if necessary, monitor and report, and help clean up.

Medication Reminders

Medication Reminders

A Comfort Care can prepare medications, prompt your family member to take them, keep documentation and follow up.

Housekeeping

Housekeeping

We also perform light duty housekeeping, laundry, sweeping and vacuuming, and more to keep the home clean and clutter-free.

Mobility

Mobility

Whether your loved one needs help with getting around, with transfers (from bed to wheelchair), or with assistance devices, trust A Comfort Care.

Personal Care

Personal Care

Our trained care providers help with bathing, dressing, bathroom needs, hair and nail care, and more.

Transportation

Transportation

Because you can’t always be there to take your loved one to see doctors or friends, to church, or to restaurants.

Is your loved one?

  • Facing a safety risk due to declining health or memory
  • Recuperating after surgery, a medical emergency, or a cosmetic procedure
  • Experiencing weakness from chemotherapy or progressive diseases
  • Recovering from an accident or injury
  • Requiring respite care
  • On bed rest due to cardiac or respiratory problems

 

George H.

A Comfort Care Family member since 2010

You wouldn’t think so, but your loved one can get lost in the transition between the life they knew and their new life with caregivers. Some agencies forget that, but not A Comfort Care. And it shows in the smiles on our clients faces—some of whom have been with us for years.