Sacramento, California
3400 Cottage Way, STE G5, Sacramento, CA 95825
(916) 260-0654
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Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Sacramento

Comfort Keepers® Alzheimer's & Dementia Care is dedicated to assisting elders in maintaining their independence and happiness in their own homes.

Dementia or Alzheimer's disease affects 18% of the tens of thousands of seniors we help. Comfort Keepers dementia care in Sacramento, CA, or the surrounding areas understands the difficulties families have when caring for a senior with Alzheimer's disease or dementia, especially when allowing them to remain at home comfortably.

Our specially trained caregivers engage clients in intellectual, physical, and emotional activities that improve the quality of life for elders and their families while also supplementing medical therapy for dementia care.

We can help you care for your loved one at home while giving you the support you need and providing outstanding care. We believe that everyone, regardless of age or level of care, should have the opportunity to experience moments of connection, purpose, and joy.

The following perks are available to families who choose Comfort Keepers:

  • Specialized caregivers
  • Families must be educated to understand dementia fully.
  • To keep seniors physically, cognitively, and emotionally active, tasks are incorporated into the care plan and adapted to the senior's interests.
  • In-home services include personal care, companionship, medication reminders, and family respite.
  • The SafetyChoice® in-home safety solutions include medical alert systems and motion detectors.

We already know about Alzheimer's disease, dementia symptoms, how they impact behavior, and how they progress at different rates for different seniors. Comfort Keepers will create and implement a personalized care plan for people with dementia that considers both physical and mental needs and goals.

Caregivers can Help with Dementia Care in Several Different Ways

Our caregivers have been screened for empathy, trained to assist elders with Alzheimer's disease and other kinds of dementia, and given the authority to find ways to brighten the spirits of our clients and their families through personalized home care planning.

Our Holistic Approach to Care

Our caregivers also rely on the Comfort Keepers Interactive Caregiving system. With Interactive Caregiving, we learn about our customers' interests, preferences, and even prior life events, allowing us to get to know them on a more personal level. This enables us to combine simulations of mental and physical activity. Our clients and caregivers build a bond. They commonly listen to music from their favorite era, read an old favorite book, or engage in memory exercises like going through family photos or talking about current events.

The following services are available to you:

  • Individualized in-home care programs that address both physical and non-physical requirements and goals
  • Enjoyable, mentally stimulating, and good for one's bodily and emotional well-being activities. These activities are part of the care plan to improve your loved one's quality of life and physical health by considering their interests and talents.
  • Companionship, respite care, and other requirements can all be met with the help of a physician's nutrition and fitness programs.
  • There are resources and links to medical specialists accessible for family caretakers.

How to Look After Seniors with Dementia at Home

It's vital to be versatile and patient when caring for a dementia-stricken loved one. The Mayo Clinic is always available to provide advice on how to manage everyday responsibilities and watch for someone who is at risk of developing dementia, including:

  • Reduce the number of irritants in your life
  • Be flexible in your approach.
  • Create a safe atmosphere.
  • The emphasis is on individualized care.
  • Comfort Keepers can help you, and your loved one put these ideas into action so that you can provide the best possible environment and care plan for any dementia.

Our caregivers are trained to provide Alzheimer's and dementia care that promotes meaningful participation, builds genuine, compassionate connections, and follows a care plan that adapts as the senior's needs change.

Go to the Comfort Keepers Info Center's Alzheimer's and Dementia Care section for more information and resources on providing excellent care to your loved ones.

Schedule Your Complimentary Home Care Consultation

Do you live in Sacramento, CA, or the nearby regions and require dementia care? Is your loved one coping with various levels of care that make it difficult for them to go about their daily lives? The team at Comfort Keepers is ready to help. Contact our in-home care agency immediately at (916) 260-0654 to book a free consultation and learn more about what our Alzheimer's and dementia care programs can do for you and your family. A member of our care team will be pleased to meet with you for a no-obligation consultation to review your individual needs, schedule, and budget.