Comfort Keepers Madison, Connecticut

150 Boston Post Road, Madison, CT, 06443
(203) 493-7564
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In Home Care Services

In Home Care Services for Alzheimer's and Dementia

Caring for a loved on suffering from Alzheimer's disease or dementia at home brings with it a huge number of responsibilities and challenges. Most family members are not prepared to provide the required in home care services needed when their elderly loved ones begin to display signs of either of these diseases. Comfort Keepers of Madison, CT offers a range of services that have been customized to meet the needs of those who are suffering from dementia or Alzheimer's disease.

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What Are In Home Care Services For Alzheimer's and Dementia in Northford, CT 

Dementia is best described as a steady decline in a person's mental abilities. It may include loss of memory or interfering with a person's ability to complete one or more familiar tasks to the point at which it interferes with their daily life. Alzheimer's is one of the most common forms of dementia, experienced by the elderly and accounting for somewhere between 50 and 80 percent of all dementia cases. Our in home care services have been designed to help by focusing on the person's remaining strengths and abilities, and allowing them to assist with those tasks they are still able to perform.

Specialized Services in Northford, CT

At Comfort Keepers of Madison, CT we have a number of caregivers who have been specially trained to provide a range of in home care services for those who are suffering from Alzheimer's and many other forms of dementia.

Among the many services our caregivers are prepared to offer are:

  • Engaging their clients in a range of activities designed to stimulate their senses (i.e. music).
  • Help to maintain a safe environment for their clients
  • Provide assistance with bathing and meals
  • Provide support for their clients and families as behaviors change due to Alzheimer's or dementia

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