All the Comforts of Home
At ComfortCare Homes, we believe that where you live can impact how you live. Our residences are not just home-like, they are actual homes, and we believe this makes a significant difference when it comes to the comfort of our residents.
We operate according to the principles of intentional design, and you can easily see it at work in everything we do: from how we construct new homes to how we train staff, we keep the comfort and dignity of our residents at the center of our process.
Large, impersonal institutional facilities with mazes of hallways and cookie-cutter rooms often feel cold, and for a family member with a degenerative memory disorder, generic settings can lead to confusion and distress. Additional problems including overmedication can sometimes stem from a one-size-fits-all approach to clinical care for patients with dementia.
Rather than design for the lowest common denominator, ComfortCare Homes instills the values of intentional design throughout our residences. Homes are filled with familiar objects, safe and secure backyards with decks or patios for enjoying spring afternoons and homecooked meals—just like our residents may have had while living in their old homes.
Amenities like these are more than a nice idea—on average, they can help to alleviate stress and, in some cases, significantly reduce the need for medications.