Rockville, MD, August 03, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Comfort Home Care, an in-home care agency that serves Montgomery County, Howard county, as well as Washington DC, has updated its organizational website. The website now includes enhanced informational resources such as downloadable guides for consumers searching for information families who are interested in utilizing local Rockville home care services. These consumer-friendly guides tackle pertinent issues relating to in-home care. The guides can be downloaded at www.comforthomecare.com and include:
- How to Pick an In-Home Care Provider
- Is it Time for In-Home Care
- Managing Parkinson's Disease Patient Needs
- Coming Home From Rehab. Now What?
- A Family Guide for In-Home Dementia Care
Although the idea of accepting assistance from a home care provider may seem difficult at first, many families and individuals are able to recognize the value of electing home care in Maryland once they are better informed on what in-home care provides, and what it does not provide. Non-medical in-home care supports consumers, primary caregivers, and their family members by helping with the "Activities of Daily Living" (ADLs). ADLs are the essential daily routines that we all must complete in order to be independent or maintain a good quality of life. These critical tasks may include attending to personal hygiene, toileting, tasks that require basic mobility, and others. If an individual is struggling to complete these crucial tasks or cannot complete them without assistance from someone else, then they should be evaluated for support from in-home care.
Consumers and families who decide to elect Rockville Home Care will benefit in a variety of ways. The individual being cared for will receive the support they need for the successful completion of their required ADLs which help them achieve a better overall quality of life or, to maintain a more similar level of independence. Primary caregivers also stand to benefit from professional in-home care support. Providing care to a loved one is an exhausting task which can drain caregivers physically, mentally, and emotionally. With support from an in-home care professional in Maryland, caregivers can share the responsibilities of providing care. This allows for caregivers to recharge while also feeling less stress and pressure.
Individuals and caregivers who are interested in learning more about in-home care services can contact Comfort Home Care by calling 301-984-1401 or by sending an online inquiry at www.choosecomforthome.com. The organization maintains a local administrative office at 121 Congressional Ln #201, Rockville, MD 20852.
About Comfort Home Care
Comfort Home Care provides in-home care for seniors and disabled individuals in and around the Maryland counties of Montgomery and Howard and also Washington DC. Comfort Home Care's services are approved by most major long-term care insurance providers and will work with providers to complete any paperwork and documentation necessary for claims. The professionals at Comfort Home Care are licensed as a Residential Service Agency by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Office of Health Care Quality (License R1178). Additionally, staff are bonded and insured with professional liability and general liability insurance.
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Address : 121 Congressional Lane, Suite 201
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Phone Number : 301-984-1401
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