Modesto, California
5831 Stoddard Road, Suite 802, Modesto, CA 95356
(209) 543-0444
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Dementia Care and Alzheimer's Care for Aging Adults in Modesto, CA and the Surrounding Area

Our Alzheimer's and Dementia care services allow your loved one in Modesto, CA, to age comfortably at home.

When a family member has Alzheimer's or dementia, your whole way of life changes dramatically, and you may need to adapt to a new normal. To help with the transition, our Comfort Keepers care team can assist with daily activities and provide safety precautions to ensure your loved one can age in a familiar environment for as long as possible. 

About 18% of our clients have dementia or Alzheimer's. Comfort Keepers understands that families struggle when caring for their loved ones with Alzheimer's disease. That's why we offer excellent dementia care for all our patients.

We can help you take good care of someone who needs special attention at home while providing you with the necessary assistance and high-quality care. We believe no one should be excluded from experiencing connection, purpose, and joyous moments. If you want to learn more, keep reading, or contact us by clicking the button below.


Benefits of In-Home Dementia Care Services 

Comfort Keepers families benefit from these services:

  • Specialized caregivers who have undergone additional training.
  • Educate family members about the various types of dementia.
  • Daily living activities are incorporated into the care plans for seniors and tailored to their interests, so they remain physically, cognitively, emotionally, and socially active.
  • We provide additional in-home care options like personal care (e.g., bathing, dressing), companionship (e.g., pet sitting, housekeeping), medicine reminders (e.g., medication administration)
  • We offer safety products for seniors that can keep them safe with the help of Medical Alert Systems and Motion Detectors.

We know Alzheimer's disease, dementia symptoms, the impact of dementia on behavior, and how it progresses varies in different people. Comfort Keepers will create a customized care plan for individuals with dementia. We must aim to address each client's physical and mental requirements based on their type of dementia.

How Our Team Can Help With Dementia Care

We screen our caregivers for empathy, train them to support elders with Alzheimer's disease and other kinds of dementia, and empower them to find ways to brighten the spirits and improve the quality of life of clients and their families through individualized home care planning.

We use an innovative approach to caregiving known as Interactive Caregiving. Our team understands our client's personal preferences, likes, and dislikes. We learn about their past lives and prior experiences. It allows us to simulate both mental and physical activities. 

How to Care for a Loved One with Dementia

Adapting to the needs of someone with dementia requires patience and flexibility. The Mayo Clinic provides a guide to help you every step of the way, including some of the following tips: 

  • Reduce stressors
  • Be adaptable
  • Ensure a secure environment
  • Emphasize individualized care

We train our caregivers so they can provide dementia care that promotes meaningful interaction, creates genuine relationships, adheres to an individualized care plan that adapts to each person's changing needs, and provides support for family members who may be struggling with the senior's new normal.

Schedule Your Free Consultation Today

Are you looking for dementia-specific care in the Modesto, CA, area? If you need help, Comfort Keepers is here for you. If you want to learn more about our dementia program and how it might help you and your family, please give us a call today to set up an appointment for a free consultation.