Toronto, Canada, November 22, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Comfort Keepers of Toronto, ON is proud to offer their new, 10-Point Guide to Home Care
to help individuals make informed decisions about the different types of care available throughout the greater Toronto area.
The Comfort Keepers of Toronto, ON guide explores some of the important questions individuals researching home care may have as well as considerations that can otherwise be forgotten. In this guide they explore how seniors and their loved ones can determine:
- Different types of care available
- How to talk to a loved one about care options
- Services provided by care agencies
- Payment options and insurance coverage
“Comfort Keepers of Toronto, ON takes great pride in offering exceptional care to our clients. One of the many ways in which we are able to do that is by providing useful information that will enable them to make the best decisions possible regarding their care,” said Laurie Saunders, owner of Comfort Keepers of Toronto, ON. “Our Ten-Point Guide aims to help individuals understand the types of care available, how they will pay for it and number of other very important decision-making factors.”
Please visit the Comfort Keepers of Toronto, ON website to review their 10-Point Guide to Home Care
. For more information about the at home care services they provide throughout Toronto, ON, please contact us online
today or give us a call at 416-800-2535.
About Comfort Keepers of Toronto, ONComfort Keepers of Toronto, ON
is widely recognized as a leading provider of quality at home care. We were rated a “World Class Franchise” by the Franchise Research Institute in May 2009 and were listed in the “Top 200” list by Franchise Times in Oct 2009. Our agency offers services for seniors and other clients who need help with the activities of daily living in order to remain safely and happily in their own home. 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. We provide assistance with companionship care, end of life care, transitional care, dementia care and Alzheimer’s care.