Woodbridge, Virginia
14130 Noblewood Plaza, Suite 201, Woodbridge, VA 22193
(703) 688-9254
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Alzheimer's and dementia care for people over 65 in Woodbridge, VA, and the surrounding area.

It's easy for your loved one in Woodbridge, VA, to get dementia care at home with our help.

When someone in your family has Alzheimer's disease or dementia, your whole way of life changes; keep an eye on them, but you can't be there all the time. As their illness gets worse, their needs will go up even more. Hire a dementia care provider to help you make sure your loved one is safe and let them stay in their home as long as possible.

About 18 percent of the older adults we help have dementia or Alzheimer's disease. Comfort Keepers understand how hard it is for families to care for people with dementia, especially when they want to stay at home and be safe. That's why we provide the best dementia care for our patients.

We can help you care for a friend or family member at home while also giving you the help and care you need. Everyone, no matter how old they are or how much help they need, should be able to feel connected, purposeful, and happy at some point in their lives. Please read on to find out more. You can also call us at the number below.

  

In-Home Dementia Care Services has a lot of benefits.  

Families of Comfort Keepers get the following:

  • Caregivers who have special training.
  • Family members should be taught about the many types of dementia to help their loved ones.
  • To keep the seniors as active as possible, daily living tasks are included in the care plan and tailored to their interests.
  • We also offer personal care, companionship, medicine reminders, and family respite care as options for in-home care for people who need help.
  • Medical alert systems and motion detectors can help older people stay safe with our SafetyChoice solutions. This is how it works:

We know many things about Alzheimer's disease, how dementia affects behavior, and how it progresses differently in different people over the age of 65. Comfort Keepers will make and implement a plan for people with dementia that meets their physical and mental needs and goals.

How Our Team Can Help You Take Care of People With Dementia

Our caregivers are checked for empathy, trained to help older adults with Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia, and given the power to develop ways to make people's lives better through personalized home care planning.

They also use a unique method of care called Interactive Caregiving. With Interactive Caregiving, our team gets to know our clients personally. We learn about their hobbies, dislikes, and even their past lives. In this way, we can mix up simulations of both mental and physical activities. Our clients and caregivers build a friendship. Their favorite music is often played, and they read old favorite books. They also do memory exercises, like going over family photos or talking about the news.

How to Take Care of a Family Member with Dementia

Be flexible and patient when someone needs dementia care because this will help them stay calm. It's always a good idea to ask the Mayo Clinic about how to do everyday things and care for someone who is at risk of dementia, like:

  • Reduce stressors
  • Be adaptable
  • Ensure a secure environment
  • Emphasize individualized care

When we train our caregivers, we ensure they know how to provide dementia care that encourages meaningful interaction, builds authentic relationships, and follows a care plan that changes as the senior's needs change.

It's time to set up your free consultation.

Woodbridge and the surrounding area are places where dementia care can be found. Does your loved one have to deal with many different types of care? Comfort Keepers is ready to help you. The best way to learn more about our dementia care program and how it could help you and your family is to call our in-home care agency and set up a free consultation.