Alzheimer Care

When a loved one develops Alzheimer’s disease, you are faced with a difficult decision on how to provide the best possible help. Caring for an Alzheimer’s patient can be very stressful and demanding, especially if you are taking the care on alone. Home Care Assistance Alzheimer Care provides in-home care that focuses on the specialized needs of Alzheimer’s patients, thereby creating a safe and comfortable environment.

Memory loss, confusion, difficulty moving and changes in behaviour or personality are common issues with Alzheimer’s patients. Home Care Assistance’s caregivers are specially trained to ensure that your loved one receives the care he or she needs to live a better quality of life at home. Our highly trained caregivers have received special training and are fully committed to providing targeted Alzheimer’s care including:

  • Supporting existing cognitive ability with mental stimulation and social interaction
  • Encouraging physical activity
  • Preparation of healthy meals and snacks
  • Assistance with bathing, dressing and grooming
  • Providing transportation for doctor’s appointments , errands, shopping or social outings
  • Help with household chores such as light housekeeping, laundry, dishes
  • Providing reminders for medications and appointments
  • Full-time monitoring to ensure safety and comfort
  • Cognitive Therapeutics Method. Click here to learn more

The Comfort of Home with Flexible Alzheimer Care

In the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, the patient may be functioning well, but may need help with certain tasks. Home Care Assistance offers flexible hourly in-home care that can be extremely beneficial in this type of situation. Home Care Assistance’s caregivers are on call with flexible schedules, allowing them to offer assistance and relief when you need it. Our caregivers can also offer assistance during a hospital stay, at a nursing home or other facilities.

When Alzheimer’s patients are in the more advanced stages of the disease, they may require full-time supervision and care. Often times, it is not possible for a family member to provide this type of round-the-clock care. The amount of time and energy needed to accomplish this are nothing short of overwhelming. Home Care Assistance offers professional, compassionate caregivers who are specially trained in Alzheimer’s and who can provide Live-In care. With this option, the caregiver comes to the client’s home and provides full-time monitoring and care for the safety and comfort of the client.

Promoting the Well-Being of Seniors with Alzheimer’s

The stability of a daily routine and the comfort of a familiar environment are crucial in ensuring the well-being of Alzheimer patients. In-home care makes this possible! At Home Care Assistance, we are dedicated to matching our clients with a caregiver that will stay with them for the long run. The caregiver often plays a crucial role in terms of support and companionship and is able to provide the client with much needed consistency of care.

Call Home Care Assistance today at (514) 907-5065 to discuss how we can help your loved one with Alzheimer’s. We are committed to enhancing the life and providing maximum safety and comfort to our clients.

Alzheimers Early Detection Alliance

 

“Home Care Assistance is proud to serve as an Alzheimer’s Early Detection Alliance Champion. As an AEDA Champion, Home Care Assistance is committed to providing education and resource for individuals suffering from Alzheimer’s and the family members who care for them.

Dementia Care

As our loved ones age, the risk of dementia becomes an unfortunate reality. If you are helping a loved one cope with dementia, you are not alone. The debilitating effects of dementia can affect a person’s health in many ways, including physical awareness and memory. People suffering from dementia may need help with simple, everyday tasks like bathing, taking medications, eating, and other daily activities. The challenges of caring for a loved one with dementia can quickly become overwhelming as you are confronted with changes in their ability to handle routine tasks that they were once able to handle independently. This can be extremely stressful for all members of the family. Professional caregivers from Home Care Assistance can help by providing excellent care for seniors with dementia.

Professional Home Care for Dementia Sufferers

When the task of taking care of a loved one with dementia becomes overwhelming, families are faced with the decision of what to do. Uprooting an elderly person from the comfort of their own home can be devastating, especially when dementia is involved. With Home Care Assistance, your loved one can continue to live in the familiar environment of their home while getting the help that they need. Our caregivers are highly trained to provide assistance to dementia patients. Our services include, but are not limited to:

  • Assistance with personal hygiene (bathing, dressing, etc.)
  • Mental stimulation to promote cognitive functioning
  • Encouraging physical activity
  • Light housekeeping
  • Meal preparation
  • Transportation for appointments, errands or social outings
  • Cognitive Therapeutics Method. Click here to learn more

Hourly or Live-In Care

Home Care Assistance’s professional caregivers are dedicated to improving the lives of seniors with dementia. Whether it be hourly services, Live-In care, at home or in a hospital or residence, our services are tailored to your needs. All of our caregivers are carefully screened and trained in dementia care thereby providing the highest quality care.

Call us at (514) 907-5065 to discuss how our care options can help your loved one enjoy life a better quality of life while giving you peace of mind.

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