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Alzheimer's disease and dementia, memory

One-on-One Alzheimer's-Dementia Care

We offer One-on-One interaction to clients that have been clinically diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's Disease or Dementia. Clients with Alzheimer's require patience as they have special needs both physically and mentally. With Alzheimer's Disease in many cases, the body appears to remain strong while their cognitive skills worsen. Studies show that engaging the brain with familiar activities at home could help slow the progression of the aggressive disease. Without physical activity the body systems begin to fail leading to complicated medical challenges or life threatening infections. Our goal is to interact with the client to maintain the condition of their current health for as long as possible. Our caregivers are also aware that each clients activity level is dependent solely on the degree of movement their body allows.

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We assist with daily living services using the most important skill involving any kind of caregiving - attention. Seniors are usually left alone, which can trigger depression, commonly found in people with dementia and affects many with Alzheimer's disease. It is estimated that up to 40% of people with Alzheimer's disease suffer from depression. However properly identifying depression in someone with Alzheimer's can be difficult, since dementia causes some of the same symptoms as depression. Our caregivers are dedicated to giving each individual client the attention they need to overcome the feeling of loneliness. We will plan day to day task or enrichment activities depending on the clients preference.  

Daily Enrichment Activities Include:

  • A Consistent Routine

    • The consistency gives the client the opportunity ​to remain independent at their maximum capability as long as possible.

  • Record Keeping of the Clients Status

  • Cognitive (Mental) Stimulation

    • Puzzles​

    • Arts and Crafts

    • Watching Family Videos or Viewing Family Photographs 

      • This helps them memorize the faces and names of family and friends.​

    • Hobbies ​of the client that they may have slowly stopped caring about.​​

*Daily tasks of the Caregiver include but not limited to the services as listed for our Homemaker and Companion Care Services.

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