Comfort Keepers Proudly Offers Alzheimer's Services and Dementia Home Care for Our Neighbors in Springfield, PA
At Comfort Keepers, we can't help but have noticed that many of our neighbors in Springfield, PA work hard to provide care for their elderly family members. We are proud to be able to offer a wide range of specialized Alzheimer's services and dementia home care options along with our caregivers to help make it easier for your loved ones suffering from this debilitating mental disorder to continue living at home.
Alzheimer's Disease by the Numbers
- Number of Americans with Alzheimer's disease: 5.8 million.
- Number of people around the world with Alzheimer's disease: 50 million.
- Frequency of diagnosis in the U.S.: one person every 65 seconds.
- Frequency of diagnosis worldwide: one person every 33 seconds.
- Cost of care and research to date: $1.1 trillion.
No matter how you look at it, the number of people being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease around the world is astronomical and it is expected to continue going up far into the future. The biggest reasons why this number keeps rising is that not only do we not know what causes Alzheimer's disease, but so far no one has been able to find a cure for it. This leaves many families with no choice but to provide their loved ones with the best care they can despite their lack of education and training.
Give us a call at (610) 563-2968 to learn more!
It's Easy to Become Overwhelmed
When your life is already so busy raising a family and managing your home and career, it can prove to be too much being asked to provide an elderly loved one with the care they need. If you are not careful about how much of the candle you burn at both ends, you could end up becoming overwhelmed. Before you let this happen, give Comfort Keepers a call and let us provide you with one of our highly skilled caregivers.
Your Loved One Will Do Better at Home
So many Americans labor under the mistaken idea that they don’t have the ability to care for someone who is suffering from Alzheimer's and dementia. This is the primary reason why so many end up living in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. However, research has proven time and again that the best place for someone with this disease is in familiar surroundings with their family. Here they can establish a routine that helps to reduce the anxiety and confusion that are the most common symptoms of Alzheimer's disease.
Let Us Help You with Professional Caregivers
While there are many things you can do to provide dementia home care and Alzeheimer's services for your loved one, you will find that our caregivers offer a range of additional services intended to help make caring for them a little easier.
Our caregivers can help your loved one with a series of mental exercises and games that are designed to help stimulate their brain and keep it active. Something that has been found to slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease along with lowering their levels of confusion and anxiety.
Our caregivers can help you to record any changes in your loved one's behavior in a written log. Keeping track of this information can help their physician to adjust their care plan to meet the changes as they occur.
Our caregivers can run errands such as shopping for groceries and provide your loved one with a range of transportation services.
Our caregivers provide a range of personal care and homemaking services, including grooming, bathing, incontinence care, toileting, light house cleaning, cooking nutritious meals, and laundry.
Our caregivers can provide you, as the family caregiver, with respite services intended to give you time to recharge your batteries and take care of personal business.
Our caregivers are always willing to share their knowledge with you and help make it easier for you to care for your loved one.
Providing Alzheimer's services and dementia home care options for an elderly loved one can be challenging, even during the earliest stages, and it will only become more challenging as their condition progresses. Before you let it become overwhelming, contact the experts at Comfort Keepers of Springfield, PA at (610) 563-2968. When you call us, our agent will schedule your free care consultation with one of our senior advisors to discuss your needs and work to develop a care plan that works now and can be adjusted to meet their needs as they change.