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If you or a loved one are struggling with Alzheimer's Disease, dementia, Parkinson's Disease, cancer, stroke, arthritis, diabetes, congestive heart failure, ALS, Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, short or long term illnesses, injury or physical disabilities, or just need a little extra help with activities of daily living...we can help!
Comfort Keepers of Southern Indiana is locally owned and operated by husband and wife, Kevin and Ellen Williams. Kevin and Ellen are 'hands on' owners who are both actively involved in all aspects of the business.
Since 1999, we have been providing professional home care to residents of Southern Indiana including Clark, Floyd and Harrison counties. In addition to providing services at home, we also provide the same outstanding service to those requiring additional care while in the hospital, rehab facility or in residing in an assisted living community or nursing home.
In addition to providing services to the senior population we also specialize in providing care to individuals of all ages who require assistance due to an illness, injury or disabilities. We also provide prenatal and postnatal assistance to new moms.
Comfort Keepers Mission
We are dedicated to making it possible for people to remain in the comfort of their own home. By combining a caring spirit with the highest standards, we strive to offer an unsurpassed level of service, value and quality to our clients and to the community. We are proud to have established a new standard in the quality of home care services provided to seniors and disabled individuals in our community.
Ellen Williams is a Certified Senior Advisor (CSA), which is a professional who has received specialized education and training in aging and the important issues that affect seniors. CSA candidates must pass a challenging national exam to demonstrate their comprehension of what is taught in the CS
A curriculum. It is only after passing the challenging exam and agreeing to live up to high ethical and professional standards that one may use the designation Certified Senior Advisor. Ellen is also a certified Alzheimers Disease trainer.
Additionally, Kevin and Ellen Williams are active members of the Better Business Bureau, New Albany Chamber of Commerce, New Albany Business Association, National Private Duty Association(NPDA), National Association for Home care & Hospice(NAHC), Eldercarelink, A Place for Mom.