Comfort Keepers Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care in San Antonio, Texas, and Surrounding Areas
We can help care for your loved one at home and give you the dementia care support you need. You are not alone.
As a caregiver or family facing new challenges with dementia care, it can feel as if you are alone on this journey with your loved one.
Balancing the demands of life and adjusting to the new responsibilities for your loved one can feel overwhelming. It requires patience, stamina, and planning. You need a support system of dementia care services and family to help with your loved one’s changing needs. Comfort Keepers® is here to help.
Our caregivers, called Comfort Keepers®, have the training and experience to provide specialized dementia care for clients. This understanding of your unique situation means we can support family caregivers who need extra help to manage at-home care.
WHAT IS DEMENTIA CARE?
Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are characterized by a progressive decline in both mental function and physical abilities. While much of dementia care may focus on managing basic daily activities–necessities like bathing, getting dressed, and preparing meals–your loved one can also benefit from stimulating mental activities that will keep him or her involved. Comfort Keepers offers services designed to meet all of these needs.
Comfort Keepers Can Help
Your family’s support needs will change over time. Our trained dementia-care Comfort Keepers provide services customized to accommodate your evolving needs and your loved one’s diminishing abilities. Services we offer include:
- Identifying and reducing potential safety hazards in the home environment
- Engaging your loved one in activities, like music, to offer positive stimulation and reduce anxiety
- Assisting with meals and bathing
- Offering support in managing the behavioral changes typical to dementia sufferers.
Comfort Keepers offers in-home care for just a few hours a week or 24-hour care services to help your loved one live with as much independence and dignity as possible. Call us today at (210) 201-0174 or schedule a free in-home consultation to see how Comfort Keepers can assist in your loved one’s on-going needs.