Comfort Keepers Provides Dementia Care to Seniors in Greater Scarborough, ME
Seniors with dementia or Alzheimer's disease can benefit significantly from dementia care provided by Comfort Keepers®.
Alzheimer's disease affects 18% of the tens of thousands of seniors we help each year. As a leading provider of dementia care in Scarborough, ME, Comfort Keepers is well-versed in the difficulties families face while attempting to keep a loved one with Alzheimer's or another form of dementia in their own home.
To improve the quality of life for seniors and their families, our highly-trained caregivers provide a wide range of stimulating intellectual, physical, and emotional activities.
We can help you care for your loved one at home while also providing you with the assistance you need and offering exceptional quality of care. We believe that everyone, regardless of age or level of care, should have access to connection, purpose, and joy.
Perks of Choosing Comfort Keepers:
- Specially trained caregivers
- Families must be taught about dementia to care for their loved ones effectively.
- Tasks are added into the dementia care plan to keep the older adult physically, cognitively, and emotionally active.
- In-home services include personal care, companionship, medication reminders, and family respite care.
- In-home safety solutions from SafetyChoice include medical alert systems and motion sensors.
Many things are known about Alzheimer's disease and how it affects behavior, including how it advances differently among older adults. For adults with dementia, Comfort Keepers will create and implement a dementia care plan tailored to their specific needs and goals, taking into account their physical and mental well-being.
Several Ways Comfort Keepers Can Help
Clients and their families can feel confident in our caregivers because they have been carefully selected for their ability to empathize with others and because they have received special training in caring for seniors with Alzheimer's disease and other kinds of dementia.
Our caregivers also make use of the Comfort Keepers Interactive Caregiving System. Using Interactive Caregiving, we get to know our clients on a more personal level, learning about their hobbies, preferences, and even their former lives in the process. Mental and physical activities can now be studied together. Our clients and caregivers establish bonds through time, listening to music from their favorite era, reading old classics, or talking about current events.
Our Services Include:
- Personalized in-home care programs that take into account both physical and non-physical requirements and goals
- Activities that are entertaining, mentally stimulating, and valuable to your physical and emotional health. These activities are part of the dementia care plan since they consider your loved one's interests and abilities to improve their quality of life and physical health.
- Nutrition and fitness advice from a doctor and companionship, respite care, and other necessities are available.
- Medical specialists, support groups, and resources are provided for family caregivers.
Care for Patients with Alzheimer's Disease at Home: A Guide for Family Members
Be flexible and patient when caring for someone with dementia. You can always turn to the Mayo Clinic for guidance on how to handle daily tasks and provide care for someone who is at risk of developing dementia, including:
- Lessen your irritants
- Adaptability is essential.
- Make sure everyone is safe.
- Individualized attention is given top priority.
Comfort Keepers can help you and your loved one follow these suggestions to create the best environment and care plan possible for your loved one. Our goal is to provide Alzheimer's and dementia knowledge that stimulates meaningful involvement, creates authentic and compassionate connections, and follows a care plan that adapts to meet the senior's changing needs.
Schedule a Free Assessment Today
Does your loved one have Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia? Is your loved one unable to go about their daily activities because they are dealing with varying degrees of care? You may rely on Comfort Keepers for help, contact us at (207) 494-3026. Please request a free consultation with a member of our in-home care team to learn more about our Alzheimer's and dementia care options. Our care advisors are pleased to meet with you for a free, no-obligation consultation to review your individual care needs, schedule, and budget.