Mission Statement:

We are committed to providing outstanding and compassionate care for seniors to age well in the comfort of their homes and give their families peace of mind about their well-being.

Core values:

At Comfortable at Home Senior Care, everything we do is shaped by these core values:

Wisdom – using sound judgment; effective use of knowledge and experience; understanding of what is true and right; thinking long-term; being inquisitive and insightful

Courage – facing threats and managing change with self-control, especially over one’s emotions; being upfront, truthful, and honest particularly when it would be easier not to; being determined to be authentic; being optimistic and choosing to believe a person’s intentions are good

Compassion – seeing to the comfort and well-being of others; showing high concern for their dignity; being kind, gracious, and generous; having mindfulness and the intent to do good on the behalf of others

Discipline – practicing moderation and self-restrain; having a balance approach to life; exercising caution; considering the consequences of words and action

Excellence – practicing moral rightness; working to make a difference in the lives of others; being a person and company of distinction by pursuing personal and corporate advancement

Meet the owner

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Stephanie Hopwood, PT, DPT

Stephanie is a physical therapist with the vast majority of her experience in geriatrics, including working in independent living facilities, assisted living facilities, skilled nursing facilities, and home health.  Her clinical experience gives her a unique advantage in assessing each client’s needs and making recommendations for a safe home environment.  She has a Bachelor’s in liberal studies from Simpson University, and she holds a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California. She is passionate about providing excellent care for seniors and supporting their families, especially through education, as their loved ones ages.

A word from the owner: “Throughout my time in geriatrics, I have heard countless stories of war times and experiences during the depression.  Stories rich with pride and struggle.  Our clients have lived such full lives, we want to make them feel like that hasn’t changed as they are aging.  Having a caregiver can provide the physical, emotional, and social needs that seniors need to do just that; to help them stay comfortable at home, where they want to be.”

Costs

Our rates vary pending the type and amount of care required. We do have a 2 hour per shift minimum requirement, and our rates are $21.50-27.50/hour. Please contact us for more information to meet your specific needs.

Some average costs for long-term, base-level care in Colorado are: