In Home Care & Senior Care in Chambersburg/Fayetteville/
Comfort Keepers began providing quality in-home care services to Franklin & Adams county in 2000. Owners Robert & Terry Guberman made the decision to join the Comfort Keepers Franchise system after much research as well as realizing the need in their community. Their goal was to be the premier care provider in Franklin County where the members of their community could call to receive the care they needed to continue to stay home living independently. Shortly after opening up the office in Fayetteville, PA they purchased another office Gettysburg, PA. Both of these offices have been providing care to the seniors in the community since 2000.
Comfort Keepers® offers a variety of companion care & homecare services to the Fayetteville community
Our mission is to provide our clients with the highest level of quality of life that is achievable through homecare. We treat each of our clients with the respect and dignity they deserve, as though we were caring for a member of our own family. Our companion care experts, our Comfort Keepers, are trained in Alzheimer’s and dementia care, personal care, companionship-homemaker services, and our unique style of homecare we call Interactive Caregiving. Our entire Comfort Keepers staff works to help seniors and adults live an independent, happy life.
We strive to keep clients active in the communities they live. Our companion care workers can provide transportation and companionship to allow your loved one to spend time with friends or family, make it to appointments and even go out for some shopping.
Comfort Keepers of Fayetteville & Carlisle, PA provides at home senior care services in the following cities:
Chambersburg, Gettysburg, York, Carlisle, Mechanicsburg, Biglerville, Boiling Springs, Bonneauville, Fairfield, Fayetteville, Ft. Loudon, Greencastle Hanover, Littlestown, McConnellburg, Mechanicsburg, Mercersburg, Mont Alto, Mt Holly Springs, New Oxford, Newburg, Newville, Orrstown, Path Valley, Quincy, Shippensburg, Spring Grove, St. Thomas, State Line, and Waynesboro, Pennsylvania