Temecula, California
41593 Winchester Rd #200, Temecula, CA 92590
(951) 401-4045
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Providing In-Home Dementia Care to Seniors  in Temecula and the Surrounding Areas

Caring for seniors can be challenging and rewarding, especially when keeping them safe at home. At Comfort Keepers, we're all about improving our seniors' well-being. We get seniors involved in activities that boost their emotions, keep them moving, and keep their minds active.

We believe every senior should have moments of connection, feel like they matter, and have some good times – no matter their age or what they can do. Our caregivers ensure seniors can stay independent and smile in their comfy homes.

By choosing care with Comfort Keepers, seniors receive support that includes:

  • Specially trained caregivers
  • Support for friends and family
  • Tasks built into the care plan that is geared toward a senior's interests
  • In-home services such as personal care, companionship, and respite care
  • Recommendations for home safety tools such as handrails, ramps, and alarms

Alzheimer's and dementia affect every senior differently, which is why we create care plans that are tailored to each individual. With an interactive approach to caregiving, we focus on physical and mental needs and goals.

How Comfort Keepers Can Help Navigate Alzheimer's and Dementia

Our caregivers are constantly screened for empathy, trained to help seniors with dementia, and empowered to find new ways to elevate the spirits of seniors and their loved ones. We also practice interactive caregiving, which allows us to get to know our clients on a personal level, learning about their likes, dislikes, and past experiences. This helps us integrate activities that our loved one enjoys, often listening to music or going on short walks around the neighborhood. 

Through our Alzheimer's and dementia care services, we provide:

  • Individualized care plans that focus on the physical and mental needs and goals
  • Activities that bring joy provide mental stimulation and encourage well-being
  • Support for doctor-recommended nutrition and exercise programs

How to Support a Loved One with Alzheimer's or Dementia

Unfortunately, there is no cure for Alzheimer's or dementia, but there are ways to slow down its progression. Alzheimer's and dementia symptoms can worsen over time, so it's crucial to create healthy routines for your loved one to better support them as their needs change. To help a loved one with Alzheimer's or dementia, you can:

Enhance Communication

During the beginning stages of Alzheimer's or dementia, seniors experience confusion and cannot clearly understand others. When talking to a loved one with dementia, it's essential to maintain eye contact and speak clearly. You can also use hand gestures and point to objects to clarify yourself. 

Encourage Light Exercise

Exercise can help seniors improve their strength, balance, and cardiovascular health. When combined with a healthy diet and treatment of risk factors, exercise can also slow the progression of Alzheimer's and dementia. 

Socialize with Your Loved One

Plan activities that your loved one with Alzheimer's or dementia genuinely enjoys. Dancing, listening to music, enjoying meals together, or gardening are all things that can strengthen the bond between you and your loved one. 

Establish Routines

Seniors with Alzheimer's or dementia often struggle with activities of daily living. To help them manage their tasks, create daily routines. Routines can help seniors feel independent and in control of their lives. Creating a nighttime routine can also help ease restlessness throughout the night, allowing your loved one to get a good night's rest. 

Plan for the Future

It's essential to plan for the future while your loved one can still understand you and participate. The plan can include:

  • Making financial decisions.
  • Appointing a power of attorney.
  • Researching care agencies like Comfort Keepers. 

In-Home Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Services

We offer various in-home care services for seniors with Alzheimer's and dementia that can be adapted to meet their needs and goals. Throughout the different stages, seniors' needs often change and evolve. In the beginning stages of Alzheimer's and dementia, seniors might need an extra hand cleaning their homes. By reaching the late stages, they will most likely need a caregiver 24/7 to ensure their safety and well-being. Our in-home senior care services include:

  • Personal Care: Our caregivers can help seniors with Alzheimer's or dementia create daily routines that assist with bathing, dressing, and toileting.
  • Companion Care: Seniors experiencing cognitive decline can often feel lonely and isolated. We can offer company to doctor's appointments and social events and be friends to talk to in need. 
  • 24-Hour Care: Seniors with dementia are prone to sleepwalking and wandering during the night, which necessitates the need for a caregiver. No matter the time of day, we can help your loved one with household tasks, personal hygiene, and anything else they need. 
  • Post-Hospital Care: Returning home after a hospital stay can be a significant change for seniors with dementia. To ensure they recover safely, our caregivers can help them remember when to take their medication and attend follow-up appointments. 
  • Respite Care: For family caregivers, we can care for your loved one when you need to run errands, relax, or take a vacation. 
  • End-of-Life Care: When your loved one with dementia reaches their final days, our caregivers will offer much-needed support and companionship. 

Learn More About Our Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Services

Comfort Keepers can help you and your loved one navigate the changes associated with Alzheimer's and dementia. Our care plans are fully customizable and can be changed as needed. All of our caregivers are trained to provide care for seniors who have Alzheimer's or dementia and support opportunities for meaningful interactions. We offer specialized in-home care services for seniors in Temecula, Sun CityMurrieta, Lake Elsinore, Hemet, Wildomar, and the surrounding areas. For more information, call us today at (951) 401-4045 to schedule an in-home assessment with one of our care coordinators. 

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