ComfortCare Homes > Advocacy > Driving Innovation
At ComfortCare Homes, we believe that where you live impacts how you live. That belief is at the core of our philosophy of intentional design, how we've built our dementia care communities across the state of Kansas, and our work to improve the larger communities that we're a part of.
From non-profit boards to government-led task forces, volunteering to supporting local art and music, we take great pride in making positive contributions to the world outside our homes. Learn more about some of the ways we are getting involved and making a difference.
ComfortCare Homes model of care was instrumental in developing the state standards for Home Plus certifications, and we continue to work with government, educational institutions, and industry organizations to advance our understanding of Alzheimer's and dementia in hopes of finding a cure.
We encourage our executive staff and caregivers to volunteer in their communities. Our leadership sit on over a dozen non-profit boards and government task forces committed to improving the lives of people suffering from a dementia diagnosis.
Our residents love to engage with the larger community. We are always looking for ways to bring musicians, artists and educators in to enrich the lives of our residents.
Better care lives here.
From our family to yours for over 25 years.