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Comfort and Care Health Services

Home Health Agency in Chillicothe Ohio | Drop by our office and ask about Skilled Nursing, Wound Care and IV Therapy. You may also call 740-773-0063.

Why is Personal Care Important?

When you are a disabled person or an elderly, we understand that some simple daily tasks can no longer be simply done.

5 Tips Elders Can Do to Fight Hypertension

Hypertension is the increase of blood pressure in the heart that creates a tension in the arteries and blood vessels as the force of blood pumps high. Additionally, when hypertension is consistent, it can lead to serious cardiovascular issues such as stroke, heart failure, loss of sight, and heart attack. With this, it is highly important for elders to prevent such kind of condition as they continue to age. In essence, here are five tips they can do to fight high blood pressure:

Senior Citizens, Stay Healthy this Summer! (Part 1)

When we speak of summer, three things come to our mind: beach, watermelon, and swimming suits! But of course, this was when we were still younger. Now that we are beyond the age where we want to party till the last drop of our energy, we only want to have a good rest this summer vacation.

How Caregivers Can Effectively Deal With Dementia

Dementia is a progressive disease which is long standing and in the management of this disease, the large part of it should be dedicated to the necessary support for the affected person. It is your duty as a caregiver to be able to understand how these people with dementia are living their lives and make use of techniques to better serve these groups of clients. It is your goal as a caregiver to make sure that as you provide services for these people afflicted with the disease, you are able to maintain their independence and enhance their quality of life and this has always been the practice of Comfort and Care Health Services LLC. You can do so when you are knowledgeable about the disease process, as well as the different resources which you can tap and utilize for the benefit of the person with dementia.

Guiding Seniors To Gain Healthy Bones

In this season of Mother’s Day, it is best to emphasize how important having strong and healthy bones are for the aged women, who are living in most home health agency in Chillicothe Ohio. Bone health is a factor that is oftentimes overlooked. In fact, it has been found out that at least one-third of women, aged 50 and above, will experience bone fractures secondary to osteoporosis. — Read More

Understanding Heart Attack and the Care the Sufferer Needs

Making healthier choices is important to reduce the chances of developing chronic conditions like heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. Although there is no sure way to totally avoid a heart attack, keeping your body healthy will decrease your risk. And in case your loved one experiences a heart attack, your knowledge of the disease will help you become well-prepared to help during and after the episode. — Read More

Understanding Age-Related Macular Degeneration

If your loved one is suffering from age-related macular degeneration (AMD), it is important to understand the disease. Having knowledge of the cause and symptoms as well as how to cope with the changes which may arise following an AMD diagnosis allows you to give your loved one an easy transition. — Read More

How to Help Make your Old Folks Happy

Old folks portrayed in movies are often stereotyped as grumpy people. We get it. They are cranky because there may have been regretted some point in their life. Others become irritable due to the unfortunate process of aging. — Read More

When Loss of Balance is a Sign of a Threat to Your Health

There are times when we trip over a small crack on the pavement or feel dizzy all of the sudden. But when you are losing your balance on a regular basis, there might be some underlying problem on your health. — Read More

Is it Elder Abuse?

Elder abuse is not that visible to people at all. In fact, these episodes may seem as a symptom of dementia or frailty at first. But even if that is the case, you should never dismiss it as it is. — Read More

Unique Challenges of the Older LGBT Community

Advocates of LGBT rights are seeing a problem ahead. As the population of America’s older adults grows, the number of LGBTs (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) reaching the age of 65 and above will definitely double. By the year 2013, it is expected that their number will reach more than 3 million. — Read More

  • About Us

    Home Health Care Provider in Chillicothe OH

    Comfort and Care Health Services LLC is a privately-managed and locally-owned home health agency based in Chillicothe, Ohio. Our mission, which has been the guiding principle we kept for years, is to provide convenience, affordability and personalized care to clients in their homes. Comfort and Care will be your partner in health!

    Some of the benefits we offer to clients include:

    • Reduced travel to and from the care facility
    • Flexible home health care schedules
    • One-on-one care by nurses, home health aides and therapists
    • Individualized Care Plans for home health care
    • Free Consultations and Assessments prior to the start of care

    Comfort and Care Health Services LLC is the community’s most trusted agency and we want to keep this level of confidence that our clients have for us. We maintain the quality of our services by conducting periodic reviews of our staff’s performance. We also subject our employees to continuing education so they may acquire new skills and continually enhance their competencies in the delivery of home health care.

    Comfort and Care Health Services LLC is an Equal Opportunity Care Provider:

    Conforming to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, our company does not exclude, discriminate or deny benefits to any eligible person, client, customer or employee on the grounds of age, gender, color, religion, national origin, disability, race, sexual orientation, ancestry or ethnic background.

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