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Dementia & Alzheimer’s in Lee County, FL
It can be physically and emotionally draining to care for a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, but you do not need to care for your loved one alone. Comfort Keepers® has caregivers specially trained to help seniors with dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. No matter what stage your loved one is in, we are here to provide assistance to your loved one so you can enjoy quality time with them without the stress.
Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease Care
Dementia is a blanket word for various types of mental decline in seniors, causing them to have a harder time completing their daily tasks. Symptoms of dementia vary from senior to senior, but the most well-known initial symptom is memory loss. Your loved one can also become socially withdrawn, and struggle with basic physical tasks.
Alzheimer’s Disease is a degenerative version of dementia, and also the most common variant. Alzheimer’s Disease affects 50-80% of seniors, focused on the section of the brain responsible for thought, language, and memory. Symptoms of Alzheimer’s can change at a gradual pace, or change drastically in a short period of time.
Due to the changing nature of the symptoms, it is important for your loved one to receive care that can adapt to their needs when they need it. It will help reduce your frustrations, and make your loved one’s daily life easier.
How Comfort Keepers Helps with Personalized Care Plans
Our compassionate caregivers help your loved one feel more comfortable in their home, regardless of their health or ability, by completing daily tasks set by a customized care plan. With our care plan, we are able to help seniors remain safely in their homes, allowing them to remain in a familiar environment and reduce agitation and confusion. Assistance offered includes:
- Respite Care, Personal Care, and Companionship
- Meal Preparation, including healthy eating
- Schedules focused on assisting in your loved one’s daily life
- Mobility Assistance
- Engaging your loved one in their favorite hobbies
- Family education regarding dementia
- Care that adjusts to your loved one’s day-to-day needs
- SafetyChoice® safety technologies
Comfort Keepers is here to help guide you and your loved one with safety. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help, so contact us today to get your loved one the dementia or Alzheimer’s disease care they need.