When it comes to long-term memory care, ComfortCare Homes® is Wichita’s best alternative to traditional nursing home facilities. We provide our Residents with individualized memory care, driven by their own unique behavioral needs, in a real Home, surrounded by well-trained and loving people who genuinely care for them. It’s a more loving, dignified option for your loved one with Alzheimer’s, dementia, Parkinson’s, or stroke.We strive to help each Resident maintain a sense of independence, self-esteem and pride throughout the progression of their disease. Our Residents enjoy sensory and music therapies, and even working in the garden. Of course, we also provide assistance with daily living activities, and our simple pricing includes both medication administration and incontinence care at no additional charge.“I am convinced we are in the ‘guilt relief’ business. I say this based on many, many families over 20 years saying how much better they feel knowing their loved one is being cared for in the comforts of a real home. Our Homes truly offer a change of address and not a change in lifestyle. I go home every night knowing my Residents are in the best and most natural environment possible, considering the horrible disease they are living with.” – Doug Stark, son of Charles & Mary Lou Stark and ComfortCare Homes of Wichita’s President
You don’t have to place your loved one in a large, impersonal institution for long-term memory care, or make extraordinary and often unrealistic sacrifices to care for him or her at home. At ComfortCare Homes of Wichita, we have created a more familiar environment, reminiscent of the homes our Residents lived in while raising their own families. This concept of residential memory care was pioneered in Wichita, Kansas, by Charles and Mary Lou Stark in 1993 with the creation of ComfortCare Homes.Today, ComfortCare Homes has become one of the largest dementia care providers in Wichita, and a licensing program has been developed in response to demand for this innovative model of Alzheimer’s care outside the area.
If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s, you know how overwhelming the demands placed on family caregivers can be. But deciding to place your parent, spouse, friend or other relative in long-term memory care can be a difficult decision. Our list of signs it might be time for memory care can help.Call us today at (316) 444-0532 to schedule a tour, and come see for yourself why so many families choose ComfortCare Homes of Wichita for residential memory care.