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Alzheimer's & Dementia Care

Comfort Keepers Alzheimer’s and Dementia Informational Sources

Alzheimer’s and dementia present a number of challenges for both aging seniors and their families. Caregivers for Alzheimer’s and dementia afflicted seniors undergo extensive training in the proper care and treatment for seniors in every stage of their disease. Well-trained caregivers assist seniors with their condition and attend to them with dignity and grace, helping seniors navigate the common tasks of daily life with ease and consistency.

Below is a collection of articles and resources created by Comfort Keepers to provide information about Alzheimer’s and Dementia-related topics.

Disclaimer: Comfort Keepers is a leading provider of in-home care for seniors and the disabled. Our service is a great option for seniors who wish to live at home but need assistance with basic tasks; however, our Comfort Keepers are not medical professionals, and they cannot administer medication or medical advice.


Dementia Care is a Way to Help the Entire Family

Assisting loved ones with dementia is a privilege and joy for most families. However, due to the constant attention and care necessary, this can also be a strain on the family.


Finding Quality Alzheimer's Care for your Senior Loved One

Learning how to find Alzheimer's care for a loved one in need is as simple as finding a local Comfort Keepers® office.



Seniors and Sundowning: What It Is and How to Cope with It

Sundowning is a symptom of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, most often affecting people who have mid- and late-stage dementia.


Non-Medical Suggestions for Alzheimer's Care and Dementia Care

Alzheimer's care and dementia care can be made less frustrating for the caregiver and the person being cared for with a better understanding of and respect for the feelings of confusion, agitation and anxiety experienced by a person with these conditions.


Caregivers: Dementa's Secondary Victims

Hiring a professional caregiver can provide a caregiver with much-needed respite care so they can attend to daily living matters or simply have a break.


Help Seniors with Dementia Stay Engaged with Activities

In the early stages of dementia, many seniors show less interest in what were once their favorite activities, and that can be hard on family and loved ones who want to help them.


Alzheimer's Disease: Dealing with Difficult Behavior

November is Alzheimer's Awareness Month. Learning the different types of behaviors indicative to Alzheimer's is crucial so caregiving can be administered safely and comfortably for all concerned.


Assisting Persons with Alzheimer’s and Other Chronic Conditions and Diseases

More than 5 million Americans 65 and older now have Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) according to the Alzheimer’s Association.



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