Your Loved One is our Top Priority - Safer at Home.
We simplify the process for you:
Virtual or In-Home Assessment
Care Plan Creation with the Client Care Coordinator
Assigned a Care Team
Professional Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care Jenkintown, PA
If your parent or loved one has dementia, it is likely they are struggling with tasks like personal hygiene, grooming, cooking, or light housekeeping. These activities go from being simple chores to activities that can threaten your loved one’s quality of life and overall safety. Comfort Keepers® understands it is hard to watch them, and stressful to help care for them.
We help your loved one stay safe and remain comfortable in their home. Our plans are specialized to personal needs while providing needed relief and support to the family members. With us helping, you can spend more time on self-care, family, and spending time with your loved one.
Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care in Jenkintown, PA
Dementia can bring anxiety, depression, confusion, and isolation to the sufferer. We are here to provide the support the sufferer needs to manage these symptoms while providing a customized care plan built around the individual’s needs. Each plan is created with the idea of providing an engaging and personalized approach, to help your loved one live a purposeful life. Our plans can include:
- Specially trained caregivers
- Daily schedules with activities to engage your loved one in mental, physical, emotional, and intellectual interactions
- Your loved one’s favorite hobbies and activities, to bring joy, ensure physical and emotional wellbeing, and provide mental stimulation
- Support groups
- Education and resources about dementia for the family
- Referrals to medical professionals
- Daily life support, including companionship, mobility assistance, respite care, meal preparation, and medication reminders
- Adaptable care to help the sufferer remain comfortable at home as their disease progresses
It is stressful and tough to care for someone with dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. It’s important to be flexible to reduce their frustrations and take the steps needed to create a safe environment. Our caregivers are experienced with caring for dementia and Alzheimer’s sufferers and are here to support opportunities for your loved one to have meaningful engagements with authentic relationships.
Contact us at (215) 672-2195 for any questions, or to schedule an appointment to get a personal care plan for your loved one.