Mission of Caring for Seniors (MOCFS) Program
We like to help people since giving is receiving.
We are dedicated to the holistic approach of the care of seniors through the giving of our time, knowledge, and finances. Our mission is to make seniors safe and secure within the community. We have enormous content knowledge in what seniors need in a crisis or health care change. This makes us experts in the field of caregiving and support. Our program is free of charge to seniors and is fully funded with our private funds.
The purpose of this program is to give support to seniors and their families during times of critical illness and crisis in their families. This situation includes but is not limited to chronic and new-onset falls, stroke, myocardial infarction, congestive heart failure, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and caregiver role strain.
Additionally, it also includes seniors who have their families out of the state and may need someone to check on them. Furthermore, we will give support to seniors who have very little support in a hospital and rehab facility and may need clothes for discharge or assistance to pay for medications. Also, this includes patients who may need a free home assessment for safety prior to returning home.
Furthermore, we will give support to seniors and their families who may need advice on homecare services, assisted living, memory care and independent living facilities. This program assigns a nurse who is available by phone or Zoom call. Comfi-Kare has staff members who will assist with tours to rehab facilities and assist patients who may need additional support in the hospital. This program is free and is funded by Comfi-kare Home Care Agency and Senior Care Love.
Compassionate Care Corner
This program involves having a nurse and a Senior Care Advisor available to answer any questions or concerns that you might have regarding discharge planning, senior placement issues, and caregiver role strain. Additionally, they will address concerns regarding disease and disability issues which includes but not limited to questions about diabetes, cardiac disease, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s and dementia, Parkinson’s, and congestive heart failure.
Moreover, they will address issues concerning medication management, services for seniors such as financial planners, eldercare attorneys, and how to pay for Homecare. Education will be provided on methods of funding for home care and long-term care such as VA aid and attendance, long-term care insurance, etc.
Free Home Care E-Book
To Navigate Your Golden Years
Selecting the ideal agency for your loved one requires time, thorough research, and discussions about home care preferences. This complimentary e-book will guide you through the intricacies of in-home care.
- Indicators that your loved one may require in-home care
- Navigating the decision-making process
- Tips for finding a suitable caregiver
- Key questions to pose when consulting with various agencies
- Understanding the average cost of in-home care in Maryland
- Exploring different payment options for in-home care
Learn when it’s the ideal time for your loved one to receive in-home care, determine the right type of care for your family, and successfully navigate the journey ahead.
Acceptable Payment Methods
Long-Term Care Insurance
VA Aid and Attendance
We are not certified to accept Medicaid payments.
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