Dementia and Alzheimer’s Support

From daily activities to cognitive stimulation, our compassionate team is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for seniors with Dementia and Alzheimer’s.

Dementia Home Care Services
We understand the challenges faced by individuals living with Dementia and Alzheimer’s, as well as the impact it has on their families and caregivers. People with dementia will eventually lose the ability to carry out these everyday routines and will depend on others to help.  
Our mission is to offer professional assistance and kind, compassionate care tailored specifically to meet the unique needs of those affected by these conditions.
Dementia and Alzheimer’s care support entails a range of specialized services designed to enhance the quality of life for seniors experiencing memory loss and cognitive decline. 
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We recognize that every individual’s journey with Dementia and Alzheimer’s is different, and our approach is centered on personalized care that promotes independence, dignity, and a sense of familiarity.
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Our team of highly trained and empathetic caregivers is experienced in managing the complexities associated with Dementia and Alzheimer’s. Their knowledge, skills, and patience provide the utmost care and attention to the seniors. 
Our Dementia and Alzheimer’s care support encompasses a wide range of assistance. We assist with daily activities such as 
Personal grooming,
Medication management, 
Meal preparation, and
Household tasks
Our caregivers also engage in stimulating activities that promote cognitive function and emotional well-being, such as memory exercises, storytelling, and sensory stimulation. We prioritize creating a calm and soothing atmosphere to reduce anxiety and confusion while fostering a sense of security. 

Reduce Frustrations

elderly senior woman listening to music outside and smiling and relaxing. music therapy for dementia and Alzheimer's care
A person with dementia might become agitated when once-simple tasks become difficult. To limit challenges and ease frustration:

Schedule wisely. Establish a daily routine. Some tasks, such as bathing or medical appointments, are easier when the person is most alert and refreshed. Allow some flexibility for spontaneous activities or particularly difficult days.

Take your time. Anticipate that tasks may take longer than they used to and schedule more time for them. Allow time for breaks during tasks.
Involve the person. Allow the person with dementia to do some of the work, as well as have assistance from a caregiver. For example, he or she might be able to set the table with the help of visual cues or dress independently if you lay out clothes in the order they go on.

Provide choices. Provide some, but not too many, choices every day. For example, provide two outfits to choose from, ask if he or she prefers a hot or cold beverage, or ask if he or she would rather go for a walk or listen to music.

Provide simple instructions. People with dementia best understand clear, one-step communication.


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