Comfort Keepers Sand City, California

1815-D Contra Costa St, Sand City, CA, 93955
(831) 886-0475
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Comfort Keepers Offers Dementia Care Services in Monterey, CA

Dementia care services in Monterey help clients that start to lose their mental abilities to stay in the homes that can offer familiarization and spark happy memories.

Dementia impacts 47.5 million people worldwide, and it’s estimated that the condition will impact over 70 million people by 2020. With 7 million new cases of dementia every year, Alzheimer’s causes 70% of dementia, while vascular dementia is the second leading cause of dementia.

Studies suggest that one out of six women and one out of ten men who live past the age of 55 will develop dementia during their lifetime. Learn more about how Comfort Keepers dementia care services can help your loved one.

Dementia Needs Change as Mental Abilities Decline

Mental decline starts slowly, but the decline is steady. Old age is the most common cause of decline, and memory loss is often the first symptom that people experience. The most common symptoms are:

  • Impaired language skills
  • Impaired vision and perception
  • Difficulty paying attention or focusing
  • Misplacing items

Our caregivers are trained to help your loved one deal with the stress of their mental decline. Caregivers have all been trained to meet the specific dementia care needs of dementia patients. We'll provide the care your loved one needs while allowing them to retain the skills that they still have available.

Through encouragement and the right dementia care plan, we’ll make sure that we offer assistance when it’s needed most and still allow for the independence that keeps a person’s dignity in place.

If caregivers notice the early signs of dementia, we’ll recommend an early screening to help detect Alzheimer’s or dementia. Early detection can help delay some of the symptoms so that your loved one can have an improved quality of life.

Long-term planning and medication may also be recommended to help keep a person’s mental abilities sharp and from immediate decline. Contact us online or give us a call today at (831) 886-0475 to discuss how our dementia care services can help your loved one with dementia.