Many seniors these days are trying to avoid going into various types of senior living arrangements, and they’re taking steps to remain in their homes for as long as possible. At the same time, aging can present challenges to a senior’s independence: health issues and accidents can make everyday activities a problem, and simply living alone always carries risks to seniors’ physical and psychological well being. In the past decade, more and more home care companies have come on the market aiming to help seniors overcome the various ways getting older can threaten a person’s independence. ComForCare came in advance of this trend: founded in 1996, it has over 20 years experience in providing lower level companion and personal care, helping seniors through the ordinary activities of living. What’s more, the company focuses on care for seniors in transition—recovering from accidents or surgery—who may not need help on a permanent basis.