Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
Some services provided by our live-in caregivers for Dementia or Alzheimer’s patients are:
- Grocery Shopping
- Changing bed linens
- Light house keeping
- Cooking and meal prep
- Running Errands
- Transportation to medical appointments
- Helping with transfer from bed to wheelchair
- Help with bathing, dressing, and grooming
- Reminder to take medication
- Range of motion exercises
- Regular status reports to family members
- Rehabilitation and recovery care after a hospital visit
Taking care of Alzheimer’s or Dementia patients can be stressful and exhausting, especially if one is not trained to provide such service. This is where our trained caregivers come in to relieve you from the burden of day to day care and allow you to strengthen your relationship with your loved one. You can be rest assured that your loved one will be taken care of in a respectful and professional manner.
We strive to hire caregivers that are not only at the top of their game professionally, but also have compassion for those they care for. We believe it is this dual commitment to competence and compassion that makes us a leading agency in the Alzheimer’s and Dementia care sector.
Special Needs of People Suffering From Alzheimer’s and Dementia
Alzheimer’s and Dementia cover a broad range of abilities, and challenges. Our caregivers understand how to work with a variety of symptoms. Our Attentive Care Alzheimer’s and Dementia caregivers have been trained to help give people suffering from these conditions as much independence as they can safely handle, while also providing needed care and support.
Having someone in the home 24-hours a day is vital especially with Alzheimer’s and Dementia patients because of how easy it is to become confused and disoriented. Having a regular, professional presence in the home will not only give you peace of mind, but can also help your loved one feel more confident and secure.
We are aware that the health and safety of your loved one is your highest priority therefore our caregivers communicate with you regularly about how your loved one is doing and any special issues that arise.
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