In Home Care Services Organizations & Associations in Coeur d’ Alene, ID
Comfort Keepers of North Idaho works with local organizations to provide in home care services and other benefits for seniors
Comfort Keepers in Coeur d’ Alene, ID provides senior in home care services to home bound seniors throughout Kootenai County to enable continued independent living. We understand the importance that client’s place on their independence and strong desire to live in their own home for as long as possible. With Comfort Keepers services in place, seniors receive the assistance to successfully manage the activities of daily living. These services include but are not limited to daily tasks like grooming and hygiene, medication management, meal preparation, and mobility. Our senior care services are customized to meet an individual’s unique needs as well as keeping them involved in the community by driving them as needed to wherever they want to go; shopping, to the beauty salon, church, movies or a sunny drive around the lake.
Another way that we help our clients stay involved and engaged in life is by working with other local senior-focused organizations that can help them improve their overall quality of life.
Community & Government
Coeur d’ Alene Chamber of Commerce | (208) 664-3194
As members in good standing, Comfort Keepers of North Idaho belongs to the local chamber of commerce. Coeur d’ Alene, ID is an outstanding place to live and do business. We are dedicated to providing not only quality in home care services for area seniors in need, but we are also dedicated to be good citizens of the business community by adhering to best business practices which have solidified our reputation as among the very best in the industry.
Coeur d’Alene Public Library | (208) 769-2315
Today, a library is way more than just a home for books. Seniors can have access to a number of educational courses, workshops, clubs, and special programs. Continuing to learn new skills, and working with others can highly benefit your loved one's mental health and state of mind. This is also a great place to go spend time with family, as there are many events for those of all ages.
Your senior will loved reading their city’s monthly newsletter on their grandPad senior tablet!
Coeur d’Alene Volunteer Opportunities | (208) 769-2231
No one is ever too old to make a difference! Help your loved one find a place to give back to the community they love.
Health & Wellness
Comfort Keepers is a proud partner of the Alzheimer’s Association. This non-profit is a leader in raising awareness of the disease as well as funds to put towards research to find a cure. We assist clients who suffer from symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease as well as employ Caregivers that work specifically with Alzheimer’s patients. Collaborating with this organization allows us to provide our Comfort Keepers family with the resources they need to properly care for individuals with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia.
CareNet Kootenai is an association of local organizations and service providers who help keep area seniors safe. Members include area hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, in-home health agencies, in-home care agencies, senior centers and other senior support companies such as those offering durable medical equipment, hearing aids, and mobility solutions.
Kootenai County EMS | (208) 930-4224
The number you need in the event your loved one needs to call an ambulance. Remember to have a plan in case of emergencies and accidents. It is important to get the help your loved one needs fast.
Kootenai Heart Clinics | (208) 625-4000
Make sure your loved one speaks with their cardiologist if they have not heard of this beneficial facility for cardiovascular care. Our in home care services providers can connect with their experts to ensure your care plan is one that involves heart-healthy habits.
Professionals Serving Seniors | (208) 664-3151
Professionals Serving Seniors is a talented group of industry executives and subject matter experts whose focus is specifically targeted towards educating the local community about senior resources, how to access them, how to use them to solve problems and come up with proven solutions. Kat Vercruyssen, CSA, owner of Comfort Keepers of North Idaho, is a founding member of the group.
Comfort Keepers of North Idaho is an authorized provider of aid and attendance benefits for those veterans who qualify. If You need another person to help you perform daily activities, like bathing, feeding, and dressing, o you have to stay in bed—or spend a large portion of the day in bed—because of illness, Comfort Keepers can provide assistance through this program. This program also offers respite services for spouses and/or other family members who are the veteran’s primary caregiver.