Alzheimer’s & Dementia

Depend on us to bring comfort, companionship, and regularity.

When your loved one is facing severe memory and cognitive function loss, the home should be their refuge—a place that inspires hope, provides comfort, and reminds them that they are loved.

The familiarity of home brings a much-needed sense of comfort and security for seniors with dementia. Unfortunately, as physical and mental limitations increase due to both aging and the effects of this condition, life at home also creates many unique challenges. That’s when HomeWell’s Dementia Care 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 respite from the demands of being a family caregiver.

What is Alzheimer’s and Dementia Support?

Our agencies’ 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 them to:

  • 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. They can also run errands and provide transportation.
  • Conduct an in-depth home safety assessment and fall prevention evaluation to help your loved one navigate their surroundings and feel more confident as they go about their day. You can rest assured knowing HomeWell’s trained caregivers are ensuring their well-being, providing undivided attention and always ready to help.
  • Reassure and provide companionship. We know dementia takes a toll; our agencies’ caregivers can bring emotional comfort to your loved one as they adjust to their circumstances. By actively listening to your loved one and validating their thoughts and feelings, they can feel understood and valued.
  • Provide more socialization and engagement opportunities, such as playing games and participating in your loved one’s favorite hobbies to promote more cognitive stimulation or joining them on outings to help them maintain an active, vibrant life and stay connected to their community—all of which can be beneficial for memory retention and mental health.
  • Serve as your liaison. Along with providing dedicated care, they consistently monitor the progression of your loved one’s symptoms to keep you apprised of any changes. If you desire, they can also communicate with other healthcare and community providers to enhance care as part of HomeWell’s care management approach.

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.

Consider Dementia Care support if you or your loved one is living with :

  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Lewy Body Dementia
  • Vascular Dementia
  • Frontotemperal Dementia
  • Dementia related to:
    Parkinson’s Disease
    Huntington’s Disease
    HIV
    Crutzfeldt-Jakob Disease
    Korsakoff Syndrome

Support your loved one with Alzheimer’s with our free Trusted Tips download

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HomeWell is here for you and ready to help

Contact your local HomeWell agency today to schedule an assessment and discuss your specific requirements. They’ll work with you to craft a care plan that addresses your loved one’s unique needs and provides you and your family peace of mind in knowing they are in good hands.