Easton, MDFebruary 9, 2016 — For the past ten years the owners of Comfort Keepers® in Easton have dedicated themselves to providing seniors and other area residents with exceptional in-home care services, while establishing themselves as one of the leading service providers in the industry. Stephanie and Rich Howe have helped over a thousand seniors live independently and safely within their own homes and are proud to announce their ten-year anniversary this year.
The Howe’s believe much of their success can be traced back to the mission of Comfort Keepers: to provide clients with the highest level of quality of life that is achievable. Because their caregivers, which they call Comfort Keepers® are more than happy to devote hours of their lives to help others, families on the Eastern Shore can live their lives with the peace-of-mind knowing that their loved ones are in the hands of compassionate and trustworthy individuals who have a genuine concern for others.
Since Comfort Keepers of Easton opened in late 2005, it has grown substantially each year and now provides services for nearly 260 seniors throughout the area. Its inspiring success could not have been achieved if it wasn’t for the Comfort Keepers’ and staff members’ commitment to the company’s mission.
“We owe our success to the families of the Eastern Shore who initially made the decision to put their trust in Comfort Keepers to care for their senior loved ones,” says Rich Howe. “We are very proud of the growth and success that our organization has had over the years. Our hard work is truly rewarded at the end of each day when we settle in at home knowing that our office has made a difference in the lives of so many.”
Comfort Keepers is a growing international franchise that provides in-home care services for aging adults, new mothers and others needing assistance with daily activities enabling them to stay in their own homes. Services include personal care such as bathing, toileting, and transferring as well as companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, grocery shopping, incidental transportation, recreational activities, and more.