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Comfort and Caring Home Care provides in-home care services for seniors in Everett, Washington, with options of short-term or long-term respite care, personal care, and companion care. This care could be for activities of daily living like bathing, toileting, dressing, eating, and cleaning, among others. Whether your loved one needs help remembering to take medicine or just needs a companion, a home care provider can help. For seniors who can no longer commute, transportation is available to and from doctor’s appointments. Companion care gives seniors a sense of companionship with a caregiver helping a senior through hobbies, activities, social engagements, and more. Caregivers are available around the clock. Aging in place at home is important for seniors. Depending on the level of care needed, aging in place can be achieved with in-home caregivers from Comfort and Caring Home Care.
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To reach Comfort and Caring Home Care call: (425) 367-8366
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