Dementia Care in the Oklahoma City Area
Specially trained care providers from Comfort Keepers® can help you support your loved one at home with dementia care
If you have a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s, you understand the challenges of these diseases. Many people suffering from dementia want to live at home for treatment and care. This adds new stresses on a family and can feel overwhelming at times. Fortunately, you do not have to take on the responsibility alone - Comfort Keepers of Oklahoma City offers dementia care
Comfort Keepers provides in-home dementia care for patients with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. This specialty care is provided by trained Comfort Keepers® who have taken specific training to better comprehend these illnesses and keep updated with ongoing education and training. These compassionate and professional caregivers are trained in the latest approaches to help patients with the challenges of cognitive difficulties.
Contact us today to learn more about dementia care in Edmond & Oklahoma City, OK.
What is dementia and Alzheimer’s care?
Dementia and Alzheimer’s care is different from other care services because of the changing nature of the diseases. Their care requires evolving plans and communication between caregivers and medical support. Comfort Keepers regularly provides care to individuals who have difficulty with daily activities due to both cognitive changes and physical issues. Dementia and Alzheimer’s care is provided by specially trained Comfort Keepers who focus on helping clients retain the current abilities and skills they have, while helping with tasks that they are no longer able to do alone.
How can Comfort Keepers Help You?
With all clients, Comfort Keepers creates a personalized care plan that provides the services needed. Care is tailored to meet your loved ones needs, whether it involves a few hours a week or full-time, in-home care.
Services may include preparing meals, providing light housekeeping, assisting with bathing, dressing or toileting, or helping with other activities of daily living. Our skilled dementia-care Comfort Keepers are trained to look for ways to improve your loved one’s quality of life, from engaging in activities that stimulate the senses and aid with cognitive functions, to ensuring that potential hazards are not present in the home.
To learn more about how Comfort Keepers can help your loved one, call (405) 529-6543 today to schedule your free in-home consultation.