Specialized Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care in Lancaster, PA, and the Surrounding Areas
Learn more about our dementia care for seniors in Lancaster, PA
Trained professionals help seniors with dementia preserve happiness and independence while continuing to live in their own homes
Comfort Keepers is the leading provider of customized in-home services, dedicated to helping older adults age in place. Among the many seniors we help in your area, almost 20% of them are afflicted with various forms of dementia and, predominantly, Alzheimer’s.
When families of those seniors reach out for help, we respond by providing high-quality memory and dementia care. It is our firm belief that everyone should be allowed to maintain quality of life and remain living in their own home for as long as possible.
Working with Comfort Keepers can bring you a number of benefits, including:
- Caregivers specially trained to provide dementia care
- Access to resources and education that can help you better understand this condition
- An all-round care plan geared toward keeping your loved one physically, mentally, and emotionally engaged
- Assistance with other important routines and tasks, including personal hygiene, companionship, medication reminders, meal prep, etc.
- Respite for the primary caregiver
- Access to a selection of SafetyChoice products specially designed for those with dementia
- And more
How Comfort Keepers Dementia Care Experts Can Help
At Comfort Keepers, we have ample experience in caring for seniors with dementia – we understand the disease, we know its symptoms, the ways it affects behavior, and how it progresses at a different pace for different people. With this in mind, our seasoned team members create individualized care plans, with a special focus on the physical and mental needs of each senior we serve.
What is more, all our dementia care providers have been pre-screened for empathy and extensively trained to assist with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia. Our goal is to build a strong rapport with your loved one and get to know their likes and dislikes, as well as learn more about important events in their life.
This way, our compassionate caregiver can engage mom or dad in meaningful conversations and reminiscing, keeping them mentally stimulated in order to slow down cognitive decline. We can play some of their favorite songs, read passages from well-known books, or go through old family albums to refresh their memory.
As dementia is a progressive disease, we will regularly review and upgrade your care plan as your loved one’s needs shift or new ones arise.
Do not waste any time – call our Lancaster, PA office today at (717) 312-4756 to learn more about the benefits of dementia care and how we help. Our friendly staff is available 24/7 to answer any questions and schedule your free consultation with Comfort Keepers experts.