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Care Plan Creation with the Client Care Coordinator
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Providing the Best Dementia Care Doylestown, PA
If you are caring for a loved one with dementia, there is a time where you need help. When this happens, you can rely on Comfort Keepers® to be here to help. While there are specialized memory care facilities and senior living communities, your loved one will be more comfortable in their own home, an environment they know.
Beneficial Dementia Care Services in Doylestown, PA
We are here to preserve the happiness and independence of your loved ones while they continue to live at home. Seniors with dementia can feel anxious, confused, isolated, and depressed. To help manage these feelings, we will create a care plan specifically designed to help your loved one in daily activities. Depending on your loved one’s needs, plans can have:
- Caregivers who are specially trained to help with seniors suffering from dementia
- Schedules focused on daily needs, including respite care, companionship, meal preparation, and mobility assistance
- Activities and hobbies to give daily doses of joy while engaging your loved one in mental, emotional, intellectual, and physical interactions, providing physical and emotional wellbeing, and mental stimulation.
- Steps to ensure your loved one’s home is safe to continue living in
- Education regarding dementia
- Resources for the family, support groups, and referrals to medical professionals
- Care that changes to help your loved one as their dementia progresses
Support for Alzheimer’s Disease in Doylestown, PA
Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s is a difficult challenge. With Comfort Keepers, you can be sure you are getting skilled caregivers. Alzheimer’s disease has symptoms extending beyond memory issues, extending to their emotional well-being and changes to their personality. For this reason, it is important your loved one is receiving personalized care to help them. Tips for caring for someone with Alzheimer’s includes:
- Reducing frustrations by scheduling wisely, involving the person, and providing choices
- Be flexible and adapt the routine as needed
- Create a safe environment to prevent injuries, including using locks on cabinets for dangerous items like medicine and tools
- Focus on care customized to your loved one, like the care Comfort Keepers provides
If you could use help caring for someone with dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, consider hiring a dedicated caregiver. Not only will your loved one be able to remain at home, but you will be able to spend more quality time with your loved one. Contact us to schedule an appointment for your loved one.