Senior Homecare NJ Agency Offers Interactive Caregiving For Improved Health
Learn more about how our senior homecare NJ caregivers can help your loved one
Think of the significance of physical and social activities for kids. Children learn to interact with others, keep their bodies and brains healthy and build friendships as they mature. For adults, physical and social activities assist in counterbalancing the pressures of work, family and life, and result in more fulfilling and happy lives. The recipe is no different when we are aging. Our senior homecare NJ agency creates care plans that can help.
Comfort Keepers Home Care in Bridgewater has specialized caregivers who provide senior care to help your loved one carry out the necessary physical and social activities to improve their health. As a senior homecare NJ agency, we make sure your loved one receives the right amount of exercise and activity necessary to improve health and overall quality of life. This approach to care is part of our Interactive Caregiving Philosophy. Interactive Caregiving activities are particularly helpful for seniors in the following ways:
- Build and maintain relationships
The brain needs varied stimulation and this can be an area of need for the elderly who interact with few people on a regular basis. Social activities stimulate the human brain and keep neurons firing. Activities can range from chatting with a companion or healthcare aide, joining a book club, going to bingo night or taking up lawn bowling. As we grow older, it’s best to enjoy the advantages of a wide-ranging social network, meet new people and build new relationships.
- Stimulate the mind
All physical and social activities provide some degree of mental stimulation. Whether it is playing cards with friends, joining a cooking class or taking up gardening, each activity keeps the body and brain occupied. Not only are the activities fun, they also keep the brain of the home care recipient healthy and sharp.
- Improve well-being and health
Based on research, seniors who are occupied in frequent social activities report better self-perception and reduced levels of life dissatisfaction and loneliness. Seniors are said to see health benefits such as reduced risk of arthritis, cardiovascular issues, Alzheimer’s disease and mental health problems, such as depression when they are socially and physically active.
- Stay connected
If elderly individuals do not make a conscious effort to remain social or physically active, they may withdraw from the world and suffer the emotional, physical, and mental effects of inadequate social stimulation. Social and physical activities offered through the services of Comfort Keepers Senior Homecare NJ will help provide a feeling of purpose, whether it’s just the routine of having a schedule and a place to be, or perhaps the feeling of achievement which comes from realizing a goal. Social activities help the elderly stay occupied and active in the community.
If you have questions regarding our Interactive Caregiving philosophy or wish to schedule an in-home consultation with Comfort Keepers Home Care, please feel free to give us a call.
Comfort Keepers Home Care provides senior care services in the following cities in New Jersey:
Basking Ridge, Boonton, Bound Brook, Bridgewater, Brookside, Cedar Knolls, Chatham, Denville, Dover, Dunellen, East Hanover, Fairfield, Florham Park, Gillette, Green Brook, Green Village, Greystone Park, Hibernia, Ironia, Kenvil, Lake Hiawatha, Kenilworth, Liberty Corner, Lincoln Park, Livingston, Lyons, Madison, Manville, Mendham, Millington, Mine Hill, Montville, Morristown, Morris Plains, Mount Freedom, Mount Tabor, Mountain Lakes, New Vernon, North Plainfield, Parsippany, Picatinny Arsenal, Pine Brook, Piscataway, Plainfield, Randolph, Raritan, Rockaway, Roxbury Township, Somerset, Somerville, Stirling, Succasunna, Towaco, Vauxhall, Wharton, Whippany, Woodland Park, and Zarephath, NJ