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The Alternative to Nursing Home:

ComfortCare Homes® is a much more natural way of approaching long-term care for a loved-one with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. Pioneered in Wichita, Kansas, by Charles and Mary Lou Stark in 1993; ComfortCare Homes® quickly became the alternative to nursing home placement.

Everything at a ComfortCare Home is designed to make the surroundings familiar and the care consistent. Our environment and daily life aims to foster positive links with the past while celebrating the everyday joys of our Residents and their family. Simply smelling lunch cooking in the kitchen or the sounds of someone playing the piano in the family room is what makes this a real "Home."

Our two levels of care, Traditional and Advance, meet the continuum of care families need when making the choice to place a loved one.   If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s, YOU KNOW:

  • the demands on a family caregiver can become overwhelming;
  • private duty in-home services can become costly and difficult to coordinate as the demand for more care increases;
  • standard assisted living facilities don’t offer enough assistance;
  • and most memory care units seem too large and impersonal.

Call today and let us show you how ComfortCare Homes® is the best choice.

News

Apr
16
Open house planned at center that will care for people with dementia
Read more on Eagle Link. By Kelsey Ryan. The Wichita Eagle ComfortCare Homes is hosting an open house for its latest advanced… read more
Apr
15
Comfort Care Home’s $2.6M advanced dementia-care facility to open
Wichita Business Journal By Josh Heck Comfort Care Homes will open its new care center for people with advanced stages of Alz… read more
Dec
20
Wichita nursing homes face challenges finding qualified applicants
Wichita Business Journal By Josh Heck Hiring for long-term care facilities can be challenging. It requires finding people who… read more

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Doug Stark

A Message from the President

"When faced with the decision of having to place a loved one with dementia in the hands of others, I have counseled many families who make the comment ‘I can’t believe what I am doing to mom.’ I remind them they are not doing it to mom, they are doing it for mom."

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