Comfort Keepers Claremont, California

420 W Baseline Rd d, Claremont, CA, 91711
(909) 417-0021
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Comfort Keepers Provides Dementia Care For Seniors in Claremont, CA

We understand that caring for a loved one with dementia can be draining for family caregivers, which is why we offer dementia care in Claremont, Upland and the surrounding areas of California

What is Dementia?

Dementia is not a single disorder, but a group of disorders that have similar symptoms. A form of dementia can either be caused by an injury or a brain disease. Dementia is characterized by a steady decline in one’s mental abilities—typically related to old age. Memory loss is the most common sign of dementia, but there are other indications or warning signs. Some of the most obvious indicators of dementia include:

  • Impaired vision and perception
  • Impaired communication or language skills
  • An inability to focus or pay attention
  • Misplacing items more frequently 

Because dementia gets worse over time, someone with the disorder will need more and more assistance as it progresses. If your loved one is living with dementia, it can be emotionally draining to watch their decline on a daily basis. We offer dementia care services to help take some of the responsibility and stress off of your shoulders.

Dementia Care with Comfort Keepers

Our caregivers are trained to handle the specific needs of those with dementia. They are patient, empathetic, and experienced. We want seniors with dementia to maintain their dignity and independence as much as possible. We’ll treat your loved one like any other human being, offering assistance only when needed. We focus on working with their remaining abilities, rather than emphasizing the skills they’ve lost.

We understand that caring for a loved one with dementia can be overwhelming, and it’s OK to ask for help. Give us a call or contact us online to schedule a consultation about dementia care.