LightSpring Home Care

Home Care Support for COPD

Chronic Obstructive  Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a chronic lung disease that affects millions of people across the United States. It can be a relentless condition, causing shortness of breath, coughing, and an overall decrease in lung function. Simple tasks like climbing the stairs or showering in the morning can become exhausting endeavors for those living with COPD.

Despite the challenges that come with COPD, many individuals still yearn to maintain their independence and continue living life on their terms. At LightSpring Home Care, we understand this desire, and we’re here to provide the support and care you need to make it a reality.

Speak to our caregivers today to learn more about our non-medical home care support services for COPD clients. We look forward to providing a helping hand to ensure you or your loved one can continue to lead a fulfilling life right at home, whether that’s in Philadelphia County, Bucks County, or Delaware County.

Providing Home Care Support for COPD Clients Throughout Pennsylvania & Beyond

Our team of dedicated caregivers is committed to providing the highest quality home care services that cater specifically to the unique challenges posed by COPD. We understand that this disease affects individuals differently, and our care plans are designed to be flexible and customized to your specific needs. Additionally, our caregivers are trained and experienced in assisting with various aspects of daily living, such as medication management, laundry, and light housekeeping, so you can rely on us to help your loved one manage their COPD.

While we commonly provide home care for COPD clients in the following areas, our caregivers can serve the surrounding communities, so don’t hesitate to reach out for a free in-home consultation:

  • Yeadon, PA
  • Chester, PA
  • Darby, PA
  • Upper Darby, PA
  • Clifton Heights, PA
  • Drexel Hill, PA
  • Sharon Hill, PA
  • Lansdowne, PA
  • Morton, PA
  • Glenolden, PA
  • Folcroft, PA
  • Aldan, PA
  • Springfield, PA
  • Norristown, PA

Living With COPD

COPD is a progressive condition that primarily affects the airways and lungs. The most common signs and symptoms include: 

  • Increasing breathlessness
  • Persistent chesty cough with phlegm
  • Frequent chest infections
  • Chest tightness
  • Chronic cough
  • Cyanosis (blueness) of the lips or fingernails
  • Frequent respiratory infections
  • Lack of energy
  • Unintended weight loss

Being diagnosed with COPD is only the beginning of your loved one’s journey. They must learn to manage their symptoms and adapt to a new way of life. The whole process of learning about their new diagnosis can be overwhelming, leaving your loved one feeling more drained than the symptoms are already making them. By hiring a COPD caregiver, you can provide them with much-needed relief, as their caregiver can provide personalized support, helping with such things as their breathing exercises, managing their medications, completing household chores, and more.

Quality Home Care for COPD

Our dedicated care team is well-equipped to provide valuable assistance with daily tasks, substantially enhancing the overall quality of life for individuals grappling with COPD. The best part is that our certified caregivers can deliver support in various areas all within the comfort of your own home.


Assistance with bathing, showering, grooming, oral care, handwashing.


Help with selecting and wearing clothes and garments


Support with movement, transferring, daily exercise, and fall prevention

Incontinence Care

Assistance with toileting and personal sanitation

Meal Preparation

Meal planning, light cooking and cleanup


Laundry, vacuuming, light errands, and decluttering

Benefits of Hiring In-Home Care Providers for COPD Clients 

Living with COPD doesn’t have to mean giving up on independence or quality of life. Our home care support services for COPD clients can be a vital part of your loved one’s journey toward a more fulfilling and comfortable life. Clients and their family members frequently rely on our caregivers for help managing their disease for the following reasons:

  • Personalized Care Plans: We recognize that no two COPD clients are the same. That’s why our care plans are tailored to your loved one’s unique needs, ensuring they receive the support that’s right for them.
  • Assistance With Daily Activities: Our caregivers can help with tasks that may have become challenging due to COPD, such as bathing, dressing, meal preparation, and light housekeeping.
  • Medication Management: Proper management of medications is crucial in COPD management. Our caregivers can assist in medication reminders and ensure your loved one is taking their medications as prescribed.
  • Breathing Techniques: We can provide support with breathing exercises, such as pursed lip breathing, that help your loved one manage their symptoms and improve their lung function.
  • Emotional Support: Living with a chronic illness can take a toll on mental and emotional well-being. Our caregivers offer companionship and a caring presence to provide emotional support and combat feelings of isolation.
  • 24/7 Availability: COPD symptoms can flare up at any time. Our caregivers are available around the clock to provide assistance when you need it, even in emergencies.
  • Peace of Mind for Family: By working with a COPD caregiver, you and your family can have peace of mind, knowing that your loved one is in good hands. We’ll keep you updated on their progress and any concerns.

Trust Our Caregivers to Help You Manage Your COPD

At LightSpring Home Care, we understand that every COPD client has unique needs and desires. We believe in a client-centered approach, meaning that your preferences and priorities are at the forefront of our care plan. We work closely with you and your family to provide home care support services that optimize your loved one’s comfort, independence, and well-being while living with COPD.

Our COPD management team undergoes thorough training to ensure they are well equipped to provide the highest standard of care. Whether you’re in Philadelphia County, Bucks County, Delaware County, Yeadon, Chester, Darby, Upper Darby, Clifton Heights, Drexel Hill, Sharon Hill, Lansdowne, Morton, Glenolden, Folcroft, Aldan, Springfield, or Norristown, PA, we will provide expert home care support services for COPD that go beyond the clinical aspect of care. We’ll offer companionship, a listening ear, and unwavering support.

If you or a loved one is living with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, take the first step towards a more comfortable and independent life. Schedule a free in-home assessment with LightSpring Home Care, and breathe easier knowing your loved one is being cared for by the best in-home care providers for COPD clients.


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American College of Chest Physicians (CHEST Foundation)

The CHEST Foundation website provides education related to COPD, including information on symptoms, causes, risk factors, diagnosis, and treatment.

American Lung Association

The American Lung Association website can teach you how to protect your health if you have COPD and point you to the latest COPD research, as well as connect you with programs and services to make everyday life easier.

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COPD Foundation

A not-for-profit organization created in 2004, the COPD Foundation supports research, education, and advocacy programs. Its website can connect you with a community of clients and caregivers affected by COPD.

National Emphysema Foundation

The NEF website provides regularly updated news and information on research and treatments related to emphysema and other forms of COPD. Its archives include articles on COPD prevention and healthy habits for living with COPD.

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National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI)

This website from the U.S. National Institutes of Health provides an A-to-Z guide to health topics, including a section on COPD. You’ll find general background on the disease along with specific information on testing and treatment.

Our Offices

Bryn Mawr

919 Conestoga Rd Building Three, Suite 212
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010

(484) 267-3500

Center City Philadelphia Office

123 South Broad Street, Suite 1945
Philadelphia, PA 19109

(215) 935-6321

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