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Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

A caregiver who is skilled, patient, kind and sensitive to each client’s needs will be able to provide Alzheimer’s care. The caregivers who are assigned to Alzheimer’s or dementia cases are trained to be individualized to each client’s specific needs.

We often discover that with our clients with dementia:

  • Assessments must be more thorough and include many factors, including the environment and symptoms such as sundowning and delirium. They also need to consider the client’s unique social history.
  • It is important to plan ahead for daily activities that are meaningful and provide stimulation for cognition, mobility, exercise, and other functions.
  • The management of medication may be an important component in reducing symptoms and improving your quality of life.

We spend time getting to know our clients and working with their families to provide the best possible care. 

Seniors with dementia-related conditions like Alzheimer’s disease are more likely to wander. Seniors can wander aimlessly because of dementia, which can affect their sleep. While it is common to wake up a few times a night, wandering can be dangerous.

Families should seek medical attention if they notice any changes in their loved one’s behavior or thinking. A caregiver for dementia can transport the senior to the doctor’s office and continue transportation to follow-up appointments.

People with dementia can feel more happy and calm if they are involved in structured and enjoyable activities. Caregiver for dementia encourages routines in daily life.

Activity care plan for dementia patients

Household chores and activities

One-to-one personalized care

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