Alzheimer's and Dementia Care for Seniors in Westport, CT, and the Surrounding Area
Comfort Keepers® Dementia care and Alzheimer's care services help older people keep their freedom and happiness in their own homes in Westport, CT, and the surrounding areas.
Among the tens of thousands of seniors we support, 18 percent have dementia or Alzheimer's disease. Comfort Keepers understands families' problems while caring for a senior with Alzheimer's disease or dementia.
Our caregivers, who have been carefully trained, help older adults and their families improve their quality of life by engaging them in intellectual, physical, and emotional activities. These activities also help improve dementia care. We can help you care for your loved one at home while giving you the support you need. We think that everyone, no matter what their age or level of care, should be able to experience moments of connection, purpose, and happiness.
Comfort Keepers offers the following advantages to families:
- Caregivers who have specialized training
- Families will be educated to understand dementia better.
- Seniors need to stay physically, cognitively, and emotionally active. Tasks are added to the dementia care plan based on the senior's likes and needs.
- In-home services include personal care, companionship, medication reminders, and family respite.
- SafetyChoice® in-home safety options include medical alert systems and motion detectors.
We understand Alzheimer's disease, dementia symptoms, how it impacts behavior, and how it advances at different rates for different seniors. Comfort Keepers will develop and implement a unique dementia care plan for people with cognitive diseases that meets their physical and mental needs and goals.
Our Caregivers Help with Dementia Care in Numerous Ways
Our caregivers are checked for empathy, trained to help people with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia, and given the power to come up with ways to make people and their families happy with personalized home care planning.
We also use the Comfort Keepers Interactive Caregiving system, which our caregivers use. Interacting with our clients allows us to learn about their likes, dislikes, and even past experiences. This lets us combine simulations of mental and physical activity. Our clients and caregivers build a bond. They regularly listen to music from their favorite era, read an old favorite book, or participate in memory exercises like going over family photos or discussing current events.
Services We Offer:
- An individual plan for in-home care that meets both physical and non-physical needs and goals for each person.
- Activities that are fun, mentally stimulating, and good for one's physical and emotional well-being. These activities are included in the dementia care plan to improve your loved one's quality of life and physical health.
- Companionship, respite care, and other requirements can be met with the help of a physician's nutrition and exercise programs.
- There are referrals to medical specialists, support groups, and other help and resources for family caregivers.
How to Care for Seniors with Alzheimer's at Home
To be a good caregiver for a person with dementia, you need to be flexible and kind. The Mayo Clinic is always ready to give advice on how to manage daily tasks and care for someone who is at risk for dementia, like:
- Lessen your irritants
- Be flexible.
- Create a safe environment.
- Individual care is critical.
- People who work for Comfort Keepers can help you, and your loved one use these ideas to make the best environment and care plan for every neurological disorder.
Our caregivers are trained to provide Alzheimer's and dementia care that promotes meaningful involvement, creates authentic, compassionate connections, and adapts to the senior's changing needs.
Schedule a Free Home Care Consultation
Do you need dementia care services in Westport, CT, or any nearby area? Is your loved one coping with various levels of care that make it difficult for them to go about their daily lives? Comfort Keepers is ready to help you at (203) 433-5107. People who need help with Alzheimer's and dementia should call our in-home care agency now to set up a free consultation. We can show you how our programs can help you and your family. To discuss your individual needs, schedule, and budget, one of our care consultants will gladly meet with you without obligation.