Aug 15, 2017 by Anonymous
Service dogs, are specifically trained to do work and perform tasks to help people with physical limitations. Over time, service animals have evolved to do more than guide blind people, alert deaf people, and help someone who has had a seizure. In fact, they are now being used for seniors with dementia.
Benefits of a Service Dog
Service dogs can perform many tasks, from flipping a light switch to responding to a smoke alarm, but they also can perform many tasks and provide benefits for seniors with dementia.
Comfort Keepers® in Walnut Creek
At Comfort Keepers®, we understand that you cannot be there for your aging loved ones at all times. While a service animal can provide your loved ones with the help of simple daily tasks, our compassionate caregivers can help your loved ones with additional services. From light housekeeping to grooming and bathing, our Comfort Keepers® can provide around-the-clock care, or care for just a couple of hours a week. Our caregivers provide the essentials your loved ones need to live a healthy, safe, and independent life from the comfort of their own home.
For more information about our in home care services, and how our Comfort Keepers can help your loved ones, call us at (925) 344-4159 or click here.