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Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Monmouth County, NJ
Nearly five million individuals in the United States alone have Alzheimer's disease and related dementia— a figure that constantly rises year after year and is projected to hit nearly 20 million in the next five decades. With an initial diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or dementia, families are faced with the difficult decision of finding care for their loved one, and some might believe a nursing home is their only option. With Comfort Keepers of Monmouth County, you have an alternative. We can provide respite care to families and help your loved one cope with the dementia — all while allowing them to remain in the comforts of home.
Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia
If you believe your loved one is experiencing any symptoms of dementia or Alzheimer’s, it is important to consult a physician as soon as possible to determine a plan of care. When a doctor tells you and your family members about an Alzheimer's or dementia diagnosis, they will help you understand the disease and answer questions about what to expect. They will also explain how to limit cognitive decline, if possible, and will aim to keep you as healthy and safe as possible with the least disruption in daily activities.
Specialized Dementia Care Services
When you choose Comfort Keepers, we promise to maintain a safe, comfortable home environment that allows your loved one to remain in a familiar setting, avoid agitation, and maintain independence. Our caregivers are available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week to ensure safety— even in the event of wandering, sundowning, or during moments of anger and anxiety. With our specialized care, you can expect our caregivers to provide high-quality services and benefits such as the following:
- Personal care such as assistance with bathing, dressing, toileting, and medication reminders
- Care for the household, prepare nutritious meals, and maintain a safe and sanitary environment
- Improved overall quality of life for the person living with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease
- Reduced risk of falls and related injuries through dedicated caregiver supervision
- Long-term relationship and companionship with your loved one, so the confusion of an unfamiliar new face each week is avoided
- Engagement in mentally-stimulating activities and meaningful conversation
Compassionate Care in Monmouth County, NJ
Comfort Keepers of Monmouth County understands that Alzheimer’s and dementia impact each person differently, so we customize care plans to fit every individual’s unique needs. As the disease progresses, we will continuously assess the situation and adapt our care to support you and your loved one in the best way possible.
To learn about how our care services can help, contact one of our professional staff at (732) 530-3636 today!