Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia Care at Home in Spokane, WA and Surrounding Areas
Comfort Keepers can be your partner in dementia care for your loved one in Spokane, WA
When a loved one is diagnosed with dementia, it is normal to feel worried, scared, even angry. Even if your loved one is in the early stages and can still take care of themselves, it is important to plan ahead for their dementia care. You may be able to look after your loved one in the beginning, maybe even in the mid stages, but chances are you are going to need some help when they reach the advanced stages of the illness. We are here to help. Our caregivers know all there is about Alzheimer’s disease – its symptoms, how it changes a person and their behavior, and how to provide the best care possible in rapidly changing circumstances.
How We Help Seniors with Dementia
Comfort Keepers Alzheimer’s disease and dementia care focus on keeping affected seniors safe, comfortable, engaged, and as independent as possible in their own home or in the home of a family member. Our services are personalized – because every individual is unique and because dementia progresses at different speeds for different people – and they are as flexible as it gets, meaning we alter custom care plans as soon as new symptoms appear and our clients’ needs increase. With this kind of approach, we are able to assist and support seniors even in the late stages of the condition.
What also makes our Alzheimer’s disease and dementia care services stand out is that they are based on our proprietary approach to caregiving known as Interactive Caregiving. By using this approach, our caregivers can get to really know the seniors they look after and encourage them to participate in activities they like and that make them happy. This way, our care experts can create opportunities for physical and mental activities that promote memory recovery and create lucid thoughts. For instance, a caregiver can read to your loved one or they can listen to music from your parent’s youth; they can cook, watch TV, or dance together.
It is important to note that our dementia care providers do not just offer companionship. They deliver other services that enable seniors with dementia to age at home, like meal preparation, light housekeeping, medication reminders, running errands, transportation, and much more. Please contact our office in Spokane at (509) 283-1438 to learn more about how we can help your family and schedule your free at-home dementia consultation. We are happy to be of help!