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Comfort Keepers Provides Grocery Shopping Services in Portland, OR

In home care for elderly adults promotes independence through shopping services

Comfort Keepers believes that proper and consistent nutrition is the cornerstone of good living. It all starts there. This is why we made sure that proper nutrition was one of the pillars of our unique brand of in home care for elderly adults that we call Interactive Caregiving.

Modern medicine has persistently shown that a well-balanced diet comes with innumerable benefits. Some of them include resistance to illnesses, higher energy levels, mental sharpness, stronger bones and muscles, and faster recuperation. It can also help regulate and even cure serious conditions such as heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, cancer, and diabetes.

However, proper nutrition does not come so easy for many seniors. The reasons are many, but most of the time it comes down to simply not being able to go out and get good, nutritious ingredients and prepare them at home. Of course, some seniors suffer from depression or take medications that impede with their mental and physical abilities, and this leads to malnutrition over time.

This is why we put an emphasis on grocery shopping in our in home care for elderly adults program. Our caregivers can help your loved one go shopping and even simply do it for them as part of our regular in home care services. We can help your loved one get and prepare fresh food at home, helping them leave behind once and for all junk food and meal deliveries.

We can accompany your loved one to the grocery store by first driving them and helping them inside the grocery store by lifting heavy things and bagging groceries. We can also bring them inside the home and put them away to their proper place.

As part of our Interactive Caregiving program, we encourage seniors to actively participate in the activities of daily living. This helps seniors stay engaged and physically active, which has a number of health benefits. Grocery shopping can become a fun activity your loved one can do with their caregiver, giving them the chance to get to know each other better and even become companions.

Of course, it is no problem if your loved one is not able to go to the grocery store at all. A caregiver can do that in line with their instructions.  

To find out more about our in home care for elderly people, please do not hesitate to give us a call. We are always available to answer any questions or speak to any concerns you may have. 


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