Your Loved One is Not an Important Thing, They are Everything!
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Virtual or In-Home Assessment
Care Plan Creation with the Client Care Coordinator
Assigned a Care Team
Care For Any Stage of Dementia and Alzheimer’s Langhorne, PA
It is hard to watch a loved one suffer. We are here to help them feel more comfortable while remaining at home and reducing stress on you and your family. Comfort Keepers® is dedicated to helping seniors feel happiness and independence by being able to live in their own homes.
Our Dementia Care in Langhorne, PA
Alzheimer’s and dementia care are often treated as the same, but this is not completely true. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common variation of dementia, but it is not the only one. Other forms include vascular dementia, Parkinson’s disease dementia, mixed dementia, frontotemporal dementia, and many others.
Just like how dementia differs, Comfort Keepers provides plans customized for each senior. Our specially trained caregivers meet with you, your family, and your loved one to discuss day-to-day routines, determine needed safety measures and answer any questions. The plan is created with the information to support your loved one in daily life. Plans include:
- Specially trained caregivers to assist in daily life and engage the senior in mental, physical, intellectual, and emotional interactions
- Hobbies and activities based on what your loved one enjoys ensuring physical and emotional wellbeing, provide mental stimulation, and bring joy
- Referrals to medical professionals, provide education and resources for the family, and support groups
- Support for daily life, including meal preparation, companionship, mobility assistance, and respite care
- Evolving and adaptable care to help seniors continue living at home
Helping with Dementia Care in Langhorne, PA
Trying to care for someone who has dementia or Alzheimer’s is tough and stressful. Flexibility while taking care of them is important, to be able to reduce frustrations and create a safe environment.
Every caregiver is trained to provide care for dementia and Alzheimer’s patients so they can support opportunities for meaningful engagement and nurture caring, authentic relationships. If you’re looking to help your loved one live a better life, contact us at (215) 672-2195 to set up an appointment.