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902 Florida Ave S STE 201, Lakeland, FL 33803
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Alzheimer's and Dementia Care in Lakeland, FL, and All of Polk County 

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At Comfort Keepers, we understand that caring for a loved one who has Alzheimer’s or dementia can be challenging at times, especially when it comes to ensuring seniors who live alone are safe. Our compassionate caregivers provide in-home senior care to offer emotional, physical, and cognitive support to seniors. Through our Alzheimer's home care services, seniors can expect to enhance their quality of life while remaining independent and avoid having to move to an assisted living facility.

With our help, you can ensure that your loved one is getting the help they need while continuing to live in their own home. Our mission is to bring a sense of comfort and happiness to individuals, regardless of their situation. It is our caregiver's top priority to help your loved one improve their quality of life. 

What Are the Signs of Alzheimer’s and Dementia?

Alzheimer’s and dementia cause a decline in cognitive abilities, such as loss of memory or the inability to perform familiar tasks, which can greatly impact a person's well-being. At Comfort Keepers of Polk County, we offer services that help seniors who are facing these symptoms. Our caregivers focus on a senior's current capabilities and strengths while helping with tasks that have become difficult for them to complete. 

Common signs of Alzheimer’s and dementia include:

  • Memory loss, such as difficulty remembering events or names

  • Difficulty concentrating

  • Impaired reasoning or judgment

  • Difficulty completing everyday tasks such as driving or personal care

  • Drastic personality changes, such as becoming more fearful or angry

  • Confusion and disorientation

Early Stages of Alzheimer’s and Dementia

The early stages of Alzheimer’s or dementia are the best time to prepare a long-term in-home dementia care plan for you or your loved one who is showing symptoms. It is recommended to: 

  • Put legal documents in order and choose a power of attorney with your loved one

  • Have the power of attorney responsible for financial decisions

  • Plan for the cost of care for your loved ones' needs

  • Create an emergency contact list

While caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia can be challenging, you and your loved one can still live a fulfilling life. Now is a great time to bond by doing things like playing games, enjoying meals, or dancing to music. When you create a routine with your loved one, they will become accustomed to living with their condition and be able to adapt as their condition progresses over time. 

Moderate Stages of Alzheimer’s and Dementia

The middle phase of Alzheimer's and dementia typically have the lengthiest duration. Offering in-home dementia care during this stage will require time, empathy, and expertise from all parties involved. Throughout this period, your cherished one can expect to undergo changes in the following:

  • New emotions, including anger, depression, frustration, or paranoia

  • Behaviors such as shouting, hitting, and wandering

  • Difficulties expressing themselves verbally

  • Difficulties in understanding words

  • Changes in coordination, spatial awareness, motor, and bladder control

When you support an individual with Alzheimer's or dementia, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. Seeking assistance from a skilled caregiver with Comfort Keepers can help you find the time you need to look after yourself. Our empathetic caregivers can offer seniors individualized attention, companionship, round-the-clock care, respite care, and many other Alzheimer's home care services.

Late Stages of Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Once your loved one reaches the advanced stages of Alzheimer's or dementia, it is probable that they will need around-the-clock care to guarantee their welfare and security in their home. During this phase, they may begin to experience difficulties in carrying out activities that were once effortless for them, such as swallowing or walking, and may also face additional medical obstacles, such as weight loss or seizures.

If you are responsible for caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia, it is important to remember to take care of yourself. Getting help from a professional in-home caregiver can help both you and your loved one maintain your well-being and quality of life. Comfort Keepers offers a variety of in-home dementia care services in Lakeland, Polk County, Winter Haven, and surrounding areas to help your loved one age comfortably in their home. 

How Can Comfort Keepers Help Someone with Alzheimer’s or Dementia?

Our caregivers in Polk County are carefully selected for their compassionate nature, extensively trained to provide care to seniors with Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia and encouraged to find meaningful ways to improve the lives of both clients and their families.

At Comfort Keepers, we practice interactive caregiving. Through interactive caregiving, our caregivers create unique bonds with their clients, gaining an understanding of their preferences, dislikes, and important life events. This allows us to incorporate things that your loved one enjoys into their care plans. A strong connection is formed between our clients and caregivers. They often enjoy activities together, such as listening to music, looking at photo albums, or doing memory exercises. 

Our empathetic caregivers in Polk County offer the following:

  • Personalized care plans that focus on physical and emotional needs and goals

  • Activities that bring joy provide mental stimulation and encourage physical and emotional well-being 

  • Support for doctor-prescribed nutrition and exercise programs, companionship, personal care, and other needs

  • Communication with medical professionals to ensure your loved one receives the care they need

Contact Us Today to Learn More About Our In-Home Dementia Care Services

At Comfort Keepers of Polk County, we are here to help you provide specialized Alzheimer's home care for your loved one as their Alzheimer’s or dementia progresses. By seeking help from a professional caregiver, you can feel at ease knowing that you are doing your part to care for your loved one and yourself. Our dedicated team will create a customized in-home dementia care plan that allows your senior loved one to continue to live in the familiarity of their own home. Schedule a call with us today at (863) 385-9100 for a complimentary in-home consultation with our care team.