In Home Care in Lanett, AL
Highly Trained in Home Care for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Patients in Lanette, AL provided by Comfort Keepers of Opelika, AL
Finding in home care for Alzheimer’s and Dementia patients in Lanett, AL can be extremely difficult given the special issues presented by these conditions. It can be overwhelming to try to care for a loved one, given the need to not only provide for their care, but also to try to keep them safe. In the past many seniors have needed to be placed in nursing homes, not because this is what their loved ones wished, but because it was the only way to keep them safe. Comfort keepers of Opelika is pleased to offer services for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients that can increase their ability to stay in their homes, and keep them as healthy as possible for as long as possible.
Give us a call at (334) 530-6293 to learn more!
Caregivers Who Are Specially Trained
It takes a very special service and caregiver to provide the type of in home care for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients that they need. Each caregiver is carefully screened and specially trained in order to understand the unique needs of their patients. More than just caring for them, our Alzheimer’s and dementia care is designed to stimulate clients, helping them to maintain as much of their cognitive abilities as possible. In addition to providing this stimulation, caregivers work with the family and client to help maintain a safe environment, and work with the family to help them understand changes in behavior that can be both confusing and painful.
Whether you are looking for help learning how to care for your loved one, respite care, or full time in home care, Comfort Keepers is ready to help you make the best decision for your aging family member. Contact us at (334) 530-6293 to speak with an expert advisor. Our senior advisors can help put your worries to rest, answer any questions you have, and when you are ready they will help you schedule a free in-home care consultation so that you can see how we can help you with caring for your loved one in a safe and supportive environment.