Luxcare Senior Care
115-1773 Feltham Rd Victoria, BC, V8N 6E8
A diagnosis of dementia can be life-altering for both those who are diagnosed and their loved ones. Being a caregiver for someone who has dementia is not a simple task and can carry a significant amount of stress on those who provide the care. At first, in the early stages, you may feel like everything is under control. However, as the disease progresses, so does the level of care required, even leading to full-time 24/7 Home Care.
Dementia is a blanket term used to describe a variety of brain disorders in reaction to physical aging of the brain. These changes can be a direct result of the loss of brain cells and the breakdown of vital nerve pathways. Eventually, this disorder progresses to the point where ithinders everydayy life—preventing and slowing down the ability to conduct basic daily activities required to live a comfortable life. Being a progressive disorder means the symptoms are sure to get worse over time as the brain becomes more damaged and the cells gradually die. Alzheimer’s disease is recognized as being the most common cause of dementia.
Symptoms of dementia are memory loss, reduction of reasoning skills, trouble communicating, and emotional turbulence, including the loss of motor functions.
At Luxcare Senior Care, we believe nobody should have to face dementia alone; there is help, and we are proud to provide it. Our caregivers are knowledgeable in what they do. Being properly trained specifically for dementia care gives our employees the tools they need to deliver the premium level of care your loved ones deserve. Furthermore, we are confident we can create a home care plan that will fit your needs to ensure you are always covered.