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There's a Lot Happening in September!

Aug 28, 2018 by Anonymous

Comfort Keepers of Chicago North Shore sponsors community events throughout the year -- and this month, we're going to be busy! Mark your calendar in advance and join us. Read Article

Tips to Stay Sharp as You Age

Aug 14, 2018 by Anonymous

A combination mind-body health is one of the keys to keeping your brain fit. Does this mean doing a crossword puzzle while you march in place? Not necessarily... Read Article

The Power of Happiness: Mind Over Matter

Apr 19, 2018 by Anonymous

With advanced age and the increased frequency of some of life’s more negative experiences (e.g., personal loss, injury, and chronic illness), older adults can experience isolation, loneliness, and depression. However, one of the healthiest ways to combat stress and adversity is through having a positive attitude toward aging itself. Read Article

Comfort Keepers Partners With Lyft to Offer Rides to Clients

Feb 12, 2018 by Anonymous

For seniors, isolation from friends and family can lead to depression and other forms of illness. The ability to leave one's home -- if only to run errands -- greatly enhances one's quality of life. Services like Lyft can help us ensure that our clients maintain their independence and stay connected to their communities. Read Article

Seniors and the Positive Impact of Social Media

Feb 6, 2018 by Anonymous

The number of Americans over age 65 who use social media is growing. While digital access can alleviate isolation and make seniors feel more connected to family and friends, they might need a bit of help with technology. Read Article

Seniors & Technology

Dec 1, 2017 by Alex Holden

At Comfort Keepers, one of our most important jobs as in-home care providers is to alleviate isolation for the seniors we serve. Technology -- in a variety of forms -- is proving to be a powerful tool in this part of our mission. Read Article

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