Alzheimer's and Dementia Care
Alzheimer's or dementia care is never easy. We have caregivers trained to help with caring for someone who has Alzheimer's or dementia.
Caring for seniors with Alzheimer's or dementia is one of the most significant health care issues we face today, and many families aren't sure whom to turn to when faced with this dilemma. This can be a lot for family members who take on the caregiver role. Home care allows seniors with Alzheimer's or dementia to stay in the comfort and familiarity of their home and stick to their routine.
Home Care 4 Seniors has team members who have extensive experience in this area of care
We understand the need for consistent and compassionate care for these individuals
You can be confident your loved ones are safe, able to maintain their independence and are expertly cared for
Home Care 4 Seniors caretakers are consistent and understand that seniors who have Alzheimer's or dementia require specialized care that is unique to them. Our goal is to minimize stress, maintain a level of comfort and consistency, create a predictable routine that makes everyone happy, and have fun in a safe and secure environment.
Alzheimer's and dementia home care
Home Care 4 Seniors strives to make our clients' lives with Alzheimer's and dementia as close to their regular daily routines as possible. To make this goal a reality, our caregivers spend time learning about our client's hygiene schedule, favorite foods, favorite TV shows, and hobbies. Learning about our clients means we can help them recall the things they like to do around the house and how they are used to doing those activities.
Alzheimer's and dementia senior care
Many seniors face the troubles of memory loss and can still live comfortably in their own homes. Home Care 4 Seniors provides the extra support needed for seniors to live safely and give peace of mind to family members. Our caregivers have vast experience and are trained in providing in-home care for those with Alzheimer's and dementia.
Alzheimer's and dementia care services include:
Grooming assistance (combing hair, shaving, and general hair care)
Assisting with nutritional eating habits and meal planning
Enhancing home safety to prevent wandering or driving away
Taking medications appropriately
Providing much-needed breaks for family members
What is the difference between Alzheimer's and dementia?
Alzheimer's is a degenerative brain disease caused by changes in the brain and cell damage. Over time the symptoms gradually worsen. The early sign to look for in Alzheimer's is memory loss. Being able to remember new information will become difficult. Other signs of Alzheimer's include disorientation, confusion, and changes in behavior.
Alzheimer's is the most common cause of dementia and may result from a unique global brain injury. Dementia is defined as a decline in mental ability that interferes with activities of daily living (ADLs). Thinking, memory, and reasoning are affected by dementia. Memory loss, trouble with speaking and writing, trouble planning or solving problems, being confused about the time or where you are, changes in mood and personality are signs of dementia. Memory loss is the most common indicator of dementia.