When your loved one is facing severe memory and cognitive function loss, the home should be their safe haven—a place where they feel comfortable and perpetually reminds them they are loved.
In the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease or other types of dementia, the familiarity of home brings a much-needed sense of comfort and security. Unfortunately, as limitations increase, life at home creates many unique challenges for seniors facing the effects of this disease. That’s when HomeWell’s Alzheimer’s and Dementia Support can make all the difference. We’ll look after your loved one and help them manage their symptoms at home, giving you peace of mind and relief from the demands of being a family caregiver.
Our expert Care Managers and handpicked in-home caregivers are trained in Alzheimer’s and dementia support as well as in-home caregiving. You can count on us to be patient and committed to ensuring they receive the attention they need and feel right at home.
To find out more, contact a Care Manager today.
What is Alzheimer’s and Dementia Support?
- A helping hand: We preserve your loved one’s daily routines to help them retain a greater sense of control and understanding of their environment, including medication reminders and assistance with meal preparation, light housekeeping, grooming, dressing, shopping, hygiene and more. We can also run errands and provide transportation.
- A watchful eye: We understand their safety is important to you. You can rest assured knowing our trained caregivers watch and support them as they perform everyday tasks.
- A compassionate ear: We reassure and provide companionship. We know dementia takes a toll; our caregivers can bring emotional comfort to them as they adjust to their circumstances.
- A trusted voice: We’ll serve as your liaison. With a personal Care Manager and caregivers whom we match to suit your loved one’s needs and preferences, you can count on us to provide dedicated care and consistently monitor the progression of their symptoms to keep you apprised of any changes.
Is Alzheimer’s and Dementia Support Right for My Loved One?
If your loved one has Alzheimer’s or any other form of dementia, it can be difficult for them to navigate life’s challenges on their own. Fortunately, they don’t have to; through our specialized care approach, individuals experiencing memory loss or declining cognitive function can enjoy a better quality of life and receive the help they need to feel secure and comfortable in their homes.
To learn more, contact us for a free consultation with a Care Manager.