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Home Care For Dementia in Franklin Lakes, NJ

Franklin lakes borough in NJ is a home of more than 3,000 families. 16.4%  of the total population was 65 years of age or older according to US Census. Aging seniors are likely to get affected by diseases like ‘Alzheimer’s and Dementia’. While the situation is difficult to handle for family members, trained caregivers by Comfort Keepers of Rochellepark can provide home care for dementia and Alzheimers. 

We believe, seniors suffering from Dementia should be treated with love, affection, and patience, which can be done with the help of professional caregivers for dementia patients. Our comfort keepers, having years of experience in dealing with this, can surely make the life of senior tad easier. 

Let's get some knowledge about the disease, its symptoms and how we can help your loved one. 

What are the symptoms of Dementia? 

In Dementia, elders experience symptoms like memory loss, mood-swings, awkward silence and sometimes it brings out their anger and frustration too. Seniors having dementia might also neglect personal care and safety which can be dangerous for them. They might behave inappropriately at times.  

The Symptoms of the disease are not easy to live with but if the patient is looked after with love & affection, he/she may experience some kind of positive change in mental health.

You being a family member can help your loved one with personal care. See how it is possible. 


Caring for a Dementia patient at home

As a loving family member, you should spend some time with them daily. Have meals together, share some laughter and something good happening in your life. This may cheer them up. Quality time with you is the only thing they would expect in this situation. It helps them emotionally escape their mental health problems, at least for some time. 

Apart from such a few moments, seniors suffering from dementia, constantly need attention. They may require caregiving from the ones who are professionally trained and who may also give them a loyal companionship that will make them feel happier and comfortable. In this situation, hiring a professional home care agency is a wise thing to do. 

How Comfort Keepers Can Help with Dementia in Franklin Lakes NJ ?

Comfort Keepers engage the seniors with different indoor activities plus take them to nearby places in Franklin Lakes like grocery shopping or visit a church.

Our Caregivers not only help seniors with medication reminders but also make them happy by sharing some stories, jokes, playing indoor games and most importantly lend a friendly ear to listen to everything they have to say. 

Listening to music can stimulate the senses of seniors so our caregivers help them listening to their favorite music. Also we can provide companionship in watching movies, watch photographs with them or even solve puzzles and solve the crosswords. These activities not only keep them mentally busy but also will make them feel good about themselves living independently and happy at home. 

We are also flexible enough to match our client’s customized needs. We can provide dementia home care starting from a few hours a week to 24 hours a day. 

‘Comfort keepers of Rochelle Park’ being the best Home care agency in Franklin Lakes, believes in achieving client’s happiness and serving elders in the form of love and affection they deserve. 

Don’t just go by our words, see what our customers have to say about us! 

Google Reviews

 5  Out of 5 Stars


My husband’s caregiver is very personable and I enjoy talking with her. I am able to leave our home when she’s here and that has really helped me mentally. My husband has dementia and she relates to him very well. She knows she can only ask one question or make one suggestion at a time and waits patiently for his response. She is very friendly and has a great sense of humor which is important for handling a person with dementia.

Katherine W.

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