Comfort Keepers of Green BayPrint
- Address: 1331 North Road Green Bay, Wisconsin 54313 View map
- Parent Company: Comfort Keepers
- Senior Care: Alzheimer's/Dementia Care, Non-Medical Home Care, Respite Care, Private Duty Home Care
- AIDS Related Therapies
- Alzheimer's/Dementia Trained Staff
- Certified Nursing Assistants
- Diabetic Home Care
- Home Health Aide
- Home Skilled Nursing
- Homemaker/Companion Service
- Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs)
- Meal Preparation
- Medication Management
- Non-Emergency Transportation
- Post Operative Rehabilitation
- Wellness Partnerships
- Alzheimer's/Dementia Care
- Cognitive Programming & Services
- Home Infusion Nursing
- Light Housekeeping
- Nutritional Support
- Respite Care
- Senior Assistance Program
- Senior Support Coordination
- Senior Services
- Diabetes Care
- Assistance with activities of daily living and skin care
- Assistance with medication administration
- Attendant Care
Comfort Keepers is widely recognized as the leading provider of quality in-home care to seniors and other clients who need help with the activities of daily living. Our goal is to enrich the lives of our clients as we enable them to maintain the highest possible level of independent living in their own home for as long as possible.
The special people who deliver our unique brand of in-home care, who we call Comfort Keepers, are carefully selected, screened and trained to provide professional, compassionate care.
Now with more than 550 franchised offices in the United States, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore, Comfort Keepers has been named by INC. Magazine as one of the fastest growing franchise systems in the U.S. We’ve also been named the Franchise System of the Year by Successful Franchising Magazine and voted #1 for Senior Care in the Franchise Division by Entrepreneur Magazine.
In 2001, there were very few options for individuals who needed extra assistance in the home. Tina Moser, recognized the need and had the knowledge and compassion to open the first Comfort Keepers franchise in the Green Bay area. The exceptional care was quickly recognized and her office became one of the top home care providers in the community. In 2004, she expanded into the Fox Valley area. Over the last several years, her office has been recognized with the coveted “Quest For Excellence” awards for her continual commitment to providing superior care.
Being involved in home care provides me the personal satisfaction of making a difference in the lives of others. I truly believe life is too short not to enjoy it to its fullest potential. Most people spend more time at work than with family and friends. When you love what you do, it is no longer work but a passion. I am also very fortunate to come from a close family which until a few years ago included 5 generations. Providing quality home care services allows me to extend my “family” of Comfort Keepers to those in need on a regular basis.
The clients we serve are of various ages and come from all walks of life. The knowledge, wisdom and life lessons we can learn from these folks makes us feel like we are the ones benefiting. We take great pride in matching our clients with our caregivers based on their home care needs, but also on personality. This promotes not only a great home care experience for all involved, but often times a lifelong relationship. As an owner of Comfort Keepers, having a family of caregivers that encourage independence and provide dignity and respect to those in need, makes every day enjoyable to me.
When seeking an alternative to assisted living care, many caregivers opt to bring in home care services to help an aging parent maintain their independence. A companion/homemaker can provide home duties such as light housekeeping, meal preparation, laundry and errands. Homemakers found through a licensed care provider can wash hair, sewing, attending to a pet but cannot do heavy cleaning or any medically related tasks.Companionship is just that, companionship with NO ACTUAL HANDS ON CARE. Other respite care options can be found by aHome Health Aide. A Home Health Aidecan provide all the services mentioned in addition to HANDS ON CARE such as dressing, bathing, feeding etc…which is generally referred to as Activities of Daily Living (ADLs).
When an Aide is found through a licensed care provider, a thorough background check is provided along with peace of mind that the provider holds themselves accountable for quality service. Based on the amount of hours contracted, an Aide may attend to one resident or multiple residents in need of care. Duties such as checking the pulse, transferring and helping patients to take their medicine are just a few of the responsibilities and benefits of hiring a Home Health Aide for personal care.
Learn more about Veteran’s Benefits for Home Care or Assisted Living.
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