Literature: At Home Elder Care Resources
Our At Home Elder Care Resources Collection
Our agency has provided at home elder care to seniors directly from their own homes for decades. Our loving assistance enables seniors to remain comfortably and independently in their own homes rather than relocating to an assisted living or nursing home facility. The expertise we bring to the table has benefited millions of seniors over the years and we gladly provide the at home elder care resources we hold in order to help your family make an educated, informed decision about the care of your loved one.
Whether you are considering care for just a few hours a week or full-time assistance, our at home elder care resources can help you address your concerns with your loved one, determine what kind of care you will need and how often and answer additional questions you may have about the care process.
Below you’ll find our complete at home elder care resources collection of brochures and other informative literature. Our resources cover a number of commonly asked questions and concerns, including how to talk to your loved one about home care, the differences between home care and assisted living, flexible options for care and much more.
Click below on images to download and read our brochures. If you have additional questions, please contact our office in Pittsburgh, PA today at (412) 203-5217 or fill out our Contact form to have a representative get in touch with you directly. We will gladly address any concerns or questions you may have and will work to ensure your loved one gets the right care for his or her needs, when and how he or she needs it.
|Making Every Moment of Life Matter||Comfort Keepers®|
|provides an overview of the Comfort Keepers’ unique brand of in-home care services.||information sheet describes our mission, the Interactive Caregiving™ philosophy and how Comfort Keepers® make a difference.|
|20 Questions to Ask Before Hiring
a Home Care Agency
|Everyone selects in-home care for different reasons. The keys are to recognize when to introduce care and how to select the right senior care provider.|
Comfort Keepers of Pittsburgh and South Hills, PA provides in home care and senior care services in the following cities:
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