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In Home Memory Care Montclair VA

Comfort Keepers In-Home Care in Manassas, Virginia.

In Home Memory Care in Montclair
and Surrounding Areas

Comfort Keepers of Greater Prince William County

Looking for reliable in-home memory care near you in Virginia? Comfort Keepers of Greater Prince William County provides services to the cities of Montclair, Dumfries, and Quantico.

Montclair senior with dementia cooking with her caregiver


Our client care coordinators work closely with seniors in and near Montclair, Dumfries and Quantico along with their families to create personalized senior care plans that meet their unique needs. Our caregivers are trained to provide top-quality care and are dedicated to improving our clients' quality of life. We also offer a wide range of care options beyond Alzheimer's and dementia care including end of life care, respite care, and more. For a list of available services please see our home care services list here.


What is “Memory Care” and how may it benefit my senior?

Memory care is important for anyone living with a cognitive condition to help support basic daily needs, as well as promote brain health and improved/sustained memory.

While many assume that the terms “dementia” and “Alzheimer’s” are interchangeable, they are actually distinct and separate entities. In short, dementia is a broader term for any condition involving cognitive decline. Alzheimer’s is a specific disease that falls under this umbrella.1 Other common types of conditions include2:

  • Dementia with Lewy bodies
  • Frontotemporal dementia
  • Mixed dementia
  • Huntington’s disease
  • And many others.

Regardless of what kind of dementia your loved one has, memory care would greatly add to their quality of life. Comfort Keepers of Greater Prince William County is here to help!

Why choose In-Home Memory Care?

More and more seniors and their families are choosing to age in place. This means they are choosing to remain at home and receive the care they need there, instead of moving into a facility. There are numerous benefits to this, including lowered costs, more personalized care, and most importantly, the comforts of getting to stay in one’s own home.

While those in need of memory care may have more specific needs than others, our caregivers provide the same level of exceptional care as they do to other clients, with a personalized touch to meet the particular needs of those with cognitive conditions. 

What’s more, choosing us for in-home care can mean more fun, engaging trips and activities to help support brain health! Here are just a few examples of meaningful experiences a Comfort Keepers caregiver can make happen with your loved one:

What are some dementia-friendly activities I can do with my senior at home?

Anything that stimulates memories or engages them mentally can be really beneficial for your loved one. Additionally, some activities can lead to genuine quality time together. Here are just some examples:

  • Going through old photo albums or watching home videos
  • Listening to their favorite music from the past
  • Word or number games (like crosswords or sudoku)
  • Put together a puzzle
  • Bake and decorate cookies together

And so much more! Check out more ideas from the Alzheimer’s association here

My senior has additional needs. What other services do you provide?

To supplement our in-home memory care services, our Comfort Keepers caregivers can help with a number of needs and activities of daily living. From nutrition and meal preparation to bathing and hygiene assistance, our versatile and helpful caregivers can provide your aging loved one with the care they need, in the comforts of their own home. Check out our page on Customized In-Home Care Services and Solutions here.

Want to get started or learn more? Contact us!

Whether you’re ready for in-home care, have specific questions or want to learn more about what we do, visit our website here or call us at (703) 686-4820 today!

 

 


References:

  1. https://www.alz.org/alzheimers-dementia/difference-between-dementia-and-alzheimer-s
  2. https://www.alz.org/alzheimers-dementia/what-is-dementia/types-of-dementia