Naperville, Illinois
1300 Iroquois Drive, Suite 132, Naperville, IL 60563
(630) 219-4160
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In-Home Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care in Naperville, IL Call for a Virtual or In-Home Assessment

At Comfort Keepers, we preserve the happiness and independence of seniors who are living on their own. 

Among the many people we help daily, about 18% experience Alzheimer's disease or other kinds of dementia. Our caregivers are compassionate patients and can help you or a loved one navigate through the stages of Alzheimer's. In-home care guarantees that seniors are always safe in their homes.

Our highly trained caregivers incorporate intellectual, physical, and emotional interactions into their care plans that complement medical treatment and improve the quality of life for seniors and those who care about them.

An in-home care agency, like Comfort Keepers, can help care for seniors at home and give them the support they need. Everyone should experience connection, purpose, and uplifting moments, regardless of age or abilities. 

With Comfort Keepers, families and close friends can receive support that includes:

  • Highly trained caregivers who have experience with Alzheimer's and dementia patients
  • Support for families to gain a better understanding of dementia and how it affects their loved one
  • Physically, mentally, and emotionally stimulating activities
  • In-home care, such as personal care, companionship, respite care, and 24/7 care

Our caregivers are educated on Alzheimer's and dementia, and they understand how these cognitive disabilities can impact a senior's behavior. These diseases can affect individuals differently and at different rates. We create and follow customized care plans that focus on a senior's needs and goals.

How Our Caregivers Can Help

Before becoming a part of Comfort Keepers, our caregivers undergo an extensive hiring process. This includes being screened for empathy, educated to help seniors with Alzheimer's or dementia, and encouraged to find new ways to keep seniors engaged

We also practice interactive caregiving. This is an approach to caregiving where caregivers get to know their clients on a personal level. They frequently learn about likes, dislikes, and even past life experiences. Interactive caregiving helps us integrate activities that seniors genuinely enjoy. Caregivers often listen to their client's favorite music, read books, and do memory exercises. Doing activities that seniors enjoy creates a strong bond between caregivers and their clients, which can often last a lifetime. 

What Should You Do After a Dementia Diagnosis?

A dementia diagnosis can be difficult for both patients and their loved ones to process. A diagnosis is just the beginning of a long and challenging journey for many seniors. While this can be difficult, some things can be done to help make the process easier. 

Often, seniors and their loved ones start by learning more about dementia, how it can affect people, and how it evolves. Comfort Keepers is experienced in Alzheimer's disease and other kinds of dementia and can help people navigate through the process, making it a bit easier to handle over time.

Our caregivers and clients are always matched for compatibility, so no matter what preferences and abilities your loved one has, they will enjoy being cared for in their home. We are always calm, patient, and ready to take care of others when they need it.

On top of hiring a professional caregiver, there are also some things you could do around the house to help your loved one navigate their day-to-day lives, such as:

Equipping Your Home with Safety Devices

Simple things, such as installing grab bars in the bathroom and shower, tacking down carpets, and locking up dangerous items, can prevent falls and accidents. According to research, about 90% of the needs of people with dementia are home safety related. Our in-home assessments allow us to suggest things you can do to make your home safer. While there isn't a cure for dementia, there are ways to ensure that patients can live in their own homes for as long as possible.

Take Time for Yourself

Family caregivers and close friends of dementia patients often find that caring for a loved one can be physically and mentally draining without the proper tools. Caring for someone experiencing memory loss involves a lot of time, dedication, and attention. Family caregivers need to remember to take breaks, as they should with any other job. Those who care for someone with Alzheimer's or dementia should take opportunities for breaks, such as asking another family member to take over for a day or getting respite care to ensure that your loved one is safe when you can't be there. 

In-Home Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Services

Our Alzheimer's and dementia care services can be coupled with our other care options to meet your loved one's needs. Our personalized care plans can reduce frustrations, create safe home environments, and provide one-on-one care to those who need it most. Our in-home care services in Naperville, Aurora, and surrounding areas include:

  • Personal Care: We will help seniors with their most personal needs to keep them looking and feeling clean. Our caregivers can help their clients with things such as shaving, brushing their teeth, and bathing.
  • Companion Care: Companionship is always beneficial for seniors because it keeps them socially active. Our caregivers can be their clients' friends and help with household chores like cleaning and laundry.
  • 24-Hour Care: Because people with Alzheimer's or dementia wake up frequently throughout the night, around-the-clock care can benefit them. Our caregivers will help with whatever their client needs, day or night.
  • End-of-Life Care: Our empathetic caregivers can help and comfort people after a terminal illness diagnosis so that they can enjoy the rest of their days with their loved ones. 
  • Post-Hospital Care: We can offer uplifting care after a hospital stay to ensure your loved one recovers safely at home.
  • Respite Care: Our caregivers can provide short-term care for families and close friends who want to take some time to recharge their batteries or take care of other needs. 

Schedule an In-Home Assessment

The first step to receiving care is scheduling an in-home assessment with our care team. This assessment is free of charge and can help you understand your needs. For years, we have provided in-home Alzheimer's and dementia care for seniors in NapervilleAurora, and the surrounding areas. For more information on Comfort Keepers and what we offer, call us at (630) 219-4160 or visit our website

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