In-Home Dementia Care for Your Loved One in Owensboro, KY
Our in home dementia care is committed to assisting seniors in Owensboro, Hancock County, Hartford County and the surrounding areas in remaining independent and happy in their own homes
Comfort Keepers in-home dementia care providers can help your loved one safely age at home instead of in a memory care facility or nursing home. Our experts have helped a lot of seniors living with dementia — a whopping 18% of all of our clients have been diagnosed with dementia — so you can rest assured our team is highly qualified, trained, and experienced in working with older adults with cognitive issues and memory impairment.
By choosing Comfort Keepers in-home dementia care, families receive personalized care that includes:
- Caregivers who have received industry-leading dementia training
- Family education to gain a better insight into dementia, its symptoms, stages, and more
- Opportunities for physical, mental, and emotional stimulation
- Assistance with daily tasks like personal care, meal prep, medication reminders, house cleaning, transportation, and more
- Specialized senior safety technology, including medical alert systems and motion detectors
How Comfort Keepers Caregivers Can Help Your Loved One
Comfort Keepers Alzheimer’s and dementia care is customizable, flexible care that is delivered under each client’s specific care needs — age, stage of dementia, special requests, and more.
What also makes our care stand out is that all our plans include our revolutionary caregiving philosophy known as Interactive Caregiving.
Interactive Caregiving is all about getting to know the client to be able to perfectly tailor their care — this means we take the time to learn about each client’s life, interests, and personality and then use that knowledge to integrate meaningful activities into their care plan.
Examples of senior-friendly activities are listening to music, playing board games, gardening, walking around the neighborhood, painting, and much more.
So, our Alzheimer’s and dementia care plans include:
- Personalized services that focus both on activities of daily living and enjoyable activities that improve physical and mental well-being
- Support for doctor-prescribed or recommended nutrition and exercise plans
- Respite care for family members and caregivers
- Referral to medical professionals, local support groups, and other resources for families
- And lots more
How to Care for Alzheimer’s Patients At Home
Caring for a loved one with dementia is hard. The Mayo Clinic has some useful tips on how to care for a dementia patient at home, including:
- Being patient and kind
- Reducing frustrations
- Creating a safe environment
- Minimally disrupting routines
- Focusing on individualized care
And if you need help with caregiving, Comfort Keepers in-home dementia care services are just a phone call away. If you would like to learn more about us, get started with care, or schedule a free care consultation, please reach out to our Owensboro office today!