Comfort Keepers Syracuse, New York

1201 East Fayette Street, Suite #12, Syracuse, NY, 13210
(315) 314-5824
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Senior Care Can Help the Mental Health of Your Loved One in Syracuse, NY and the Surrounding Area

Learn more about how Comfort Keepers of Syracuse, NY can provide senior care to help your mom or dad stay mentally engaged.

As they age many seniors begin to struggle with memory loss and cognitive decline. However, some lifestyle changes can prevent these issues and help your loved one maintain their brain health and live a happy and fulfilled life. At Comfort Keepers of Syracuse, NY our senior care providers are trained to assist clients with daily tasks as well as help them maintain healthy routines that will benefit both their minds and their moods.

The Mental Benefits of Staying Active

While many people are aware that regular physical exercise can improve one’s health and benefit the heart, not everyone knows that it can also benefit the mind. In fact, it can stave off dementia and prevent a decline in mental abilities. Our caregivers can encourage your loved one to stay engaged in safe physical activities, all the while keeping their needs in mind.

Mental Exercises Strengthen Cognitive Abilities

Various mental exercises can help your loved one maintain a strong mind. Even the simplest activities such as playing games, using the computer or solving puzzles can slow the effects aging has on the brain. That is why our senior care provides will work with your loved one to find hobbies that bring them joy as well as keep them mentally engaged. Whether it is sewing, playing board games or baking, we will keep your loved one engaged in activities they love and enjoy.

Socializing is Good for the Heart and the Mind

Another thing that can benefit your loved one’s mind is socialization. It has been proven that spending time with friends and family provides mental exercise and improves long-term memory.

When hiring new senior care providers, we don’t just pay attention to their skills, training, and expertise. We also make sure that the people who represent us are kind and compassionate individuals who are dedicated to delivering high-quality care and are genuinely interested in building strong connections with seniors.  Since our clients consider their caregivers their friends and not strangers who provide them with care, we are able to easily include socializing into their routines.

We Help Seniors with Diminishing Mental Functions

If your loved one struggles with cognitive decline, our caregivers can help them by providing reminders to take medications and eat regularly, assisting with chores, such as cooking or light cleaning and offering support during mood-lifting activities.

To make sure that our program is customized to meet the specific needs and lifestyles of our clients, we allow them to personally customize their senior care plan.

If you wish to learn more about how we can help your loved one stay mentally and emotionally engaged, contact our office today.