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Exercise and physical activity enriches the lives of seniors, maximizing their quality of life and extending the time they can live independently, which is why Comfort Keepers® makes physical activity a regular part of Interactive Caregiving ™.
Family members and friends need to be attentive to indicators that a senior may benefit from an in-home care service, which could help them maintain their independence. Learn about signs of aging here.
Our caregivers plan physical activities appropriate to each client’s health conditions and physical abilities—from walks in the neighborhood or in the grocery store, to dancing, to helping with housework. Click here to learn more about activities that seniors and caregivers enjoy together.
Exercise and other forms of physical activity help seniors maintain muscle tone, flexibility, balance, range of motion and mobility as they decrease the risk of disease—all essential factors in sustaining independent living, quality of life and the ability to perform activities of daily living. Click here to see how Comfort Keepers works to protect seniors from falls and other physical health risks.