Our memory care services performed at the home of the patient are beneficial for both the person with the memory loss, as well as their family members. We take active measures to slow down degenerative mental diseases and disabilities and provide customizable caregiving services. We also accept long term care insurance to help cover the cost of this care.
To provide the best care and experience possible, we develop a customized plan for each client. We do this by basing our services on the following:
- The Client’s Background and History: Oftentimes in memory loss situations, short-term memories are the first to go. This can translate to disengagement, and a loss of interest in everyday conversations. By learning the long-term histories and backgrounds of our clients, we develop the ability to discuss topics they are more likely to remember. This keeps affected individuals happier and more stimulated.
- Family Members: Each individual is different. This is why we adapt our services based on our clients’ personalities, needs, and memory loss progressions. To do this, we work directly with family members to create optimal care plans. You know your loved one better than we do and have a better understanding of what they like and need.
- Kind Deliverables: Displaying compassion is critical when providing effective memory care services. We understand the psychological impacts that memory loss can have and combat the common tendency to withdraw socially. Our caregivers are specifically trained to provide positive reinforcement techniques while administering care.
By providing our in-home Alzheimer’s and dementia care services in a familiar environment, we give your loved one a sense of normalcy. In many cases, when an individual struggling with memory loss is placed in a senior-living community, they struggle with the unfamiliar environment, noise, and crowds. By remaining in the comfort of home, they will experience less stress, and have a better overall reaction to living assistance (as they will feel more in control).
Dementia Care Services
If you suspect that a loved one is struggling with memory loss, it is important to get them the care they need. This is because of the dangerous situations affected individuals can find themselves in when they are not assisted or monitored.Difficulty with bathing, cooking, and taking medication is common, as are the tendencies to wander, become agitated, and simply forget things. Incontinence is another sign of memory loss that can appear down the road.
Through our home care services, we will keep your loved one physically and mentally engaged in order to improve their overall quality of life and slow down the progression of their memory loss. We will also monitor them and help them with their everyday activities.
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To learn more, or to schedule an appointment, contact our Assisting Hands Home Care representatives at (847) 448-0844.
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