Is someone you love beginning to show the signs of Alzheimer’s or dementia?
Do you want to be there to help all of the time, yet there’s no way you could possibly do that?
Alzheimer’s and Dementia can make essentially every aspect of a person’s day to day life more difficult.
We understand that you want to be there for the person that you love, yet you literally cannot do that every day, every moment.
There is another way you can “be there” for them.
Our caregivers can help with every facet of an Alzheimer patient’s day to day life. From the moment they get up in the morning till they go to bed at night, our trained, experienced caregivers can take care of each and every aspect.
Moreover, they can do it with a smile. By always being positive and upbeat while paying attention to every detail, they can provide your loved one with the care they deserve.
How Live-In Care Works?
Cooking and Shopping. Diet is incredibly important to a person’s health and wellbeing. Someone with Alzheimer’s may not be able to cook for themselves (or to cook and eat as healthily) as they would in the past. When you think about it, there are just so many ways that someone with dementia attempting to cook for themselves could go wrong.
Our caregivers can prepare each meal so that it’s delicious as well as healthy, made for any diet (no matter how stringent). Beyond that, our caregivers can handle all of the aspects of shopping, too. That way, you don’t have to worry about your loved one in the grocery store, the mall, or anywhere else. Instead, you can have the peace of mind that comes from knowing they’re well taken care of.
Grooming, Bathing, and More
Alzheimer’s presents a person with any number of challenges. Not the least of which is grooming and hygiene. Our caregivers have plenty of experience in making sure that seniors look and feel their best. That means taking care of their hair, their toenails, shaving, and so forth. It also means important activities like bathing properly, soaping, shampoo, and more. Between razors, hot water, and more, there are any number of potential problems that could harm seniors. Our caregivers know how to keep your seniors safe and hygienic. Then, our caregivers can make sure that your seniors are dressed properly, too.
Medicine, Housekeeping, and Beyond
It can be difficult for those with dementia to keep their home neat, clean, and safe. In addition to all of their other duties, our caregivers can handle all of the basic housekeeping. From cleaning the fridge, doing the laundry, mowing the lawn, helping with the pets, or anything else, they can make the house a home again, so to speak. Seniors may struggle with remembering to take the proper medication at the proper time, too, so our caregivers can step in on this front as well. If you’ve been looking for help for someone you love, we’re always glad to be of service. You can reach us at .