Comfort Keepers Springfield PA Office is Moving! May 29, 2015

After 13 successful years at our 920 W. Sproul Rd Springfield PA address, Comfort Keepers in-home care services office in Springfield PA is moving! Our new address as of Friday May 29, 2015… Continue reading

#MemorialDay – Please remember our veterans –

#HappyMemorialDay and as we all celebrate please remember our veterans, past, present and future.

Seniors After Hospital Stay Need Help at Home: Springfield King of Prussia Wayne Darby PA

Do you have an aging loved one who was recently hospitalized and may need additional care at home? At time of discharge the hospital staff may share with you options for home care… Continue reading

Fun in Sun: May’s Older American Month Events

There are several events going on in the suburbs of Philadelphia this May for seniors. May is Older American Events. Some counties are hosting their senior fairs, cententarian luncheons while smaller venues and… Continue reading

Paying for home care: Suggestions and Tips

Do you have questions about how to pay for in-home care? Did you know that there are benefits available for Veterans? Take a quick look at our How to Pay for In-home Care… Continue reading

#HappyMothersDay – to all caregivers, mothers past, present and future

Comfort Keepers King of Prussia office hosts Job Fair May 15, 2015 Norristown area

Attend the Comfort Keepers only hiring fair at the Norristown Senior Adult Activity Center, 536 George St, Norristown this Friday may 15, 2015 from 10am to 1pm. Please send RSVP to with… Continue reading

Starting conversation with senior older loved one about needing help Malvern Wayne Chester Wynnewood Chestnut Hill PA

Too often, conversations about preparing for the senior years don’t happen — at least not as soon as they should. In this article, we offer suggestions for overcoming the discomfort that frequently prevents… Continue reading

Senior Care Interactive Caregiving in King of Prussia Springfield Chester Abington Paoli PA

Our dedicated caregivers, the special people we call Comfort Keepers®, transform day-to-day caregiving into opportunities for meaningful conversation and activities that engage and enrich the lives of seniors physically, mentally, socially, and emotionally.… Continue reading

How to know if your older loved one needs help

Sight –Looking at the senior’s appearance can show that they are limited physically or mentally and not completing daily tasks. Watch for clothes with stains, poor personal hygiene and a disorganized or dirty… Continue reading