In-Home Alzheimer’s Care Services
Are you searching for a caregiver specifically for Alzheimer’s disease care? Caring for a person with Alzheimer’s takes the right person who can handle many responsibilities. Searching for someone who is knowledgeable about Alzheimer’s disease and memory care can be especially overwhelming, which is why Lindsay has a network to help.
Unlike an Alzheimer’s nursing home or other facility, Finding HomeCare can provide your loved one with personalized in-home supervision through the right caregiver to guide them through daily activities. It is important to find a caregiver who knows how to balance the frustrations that Alzheimer’s patients may face and to understand each unique case whether it’s mild, moderate or severe.
Alzheimer’s caregivers may assist you or your loved one with their daily activities such as eating, bathing and dressing, and they may even help with light housekeeping, transportation and errands.
When is it time for in-home Alzheimer’s care?
Finding Home Care is specialized in providing trustworthy and reliable homecare service without digging a hole in your pocket. We have certified, skilled, qualified and specially trained caregivers in our team. We follow a defined protocol for hiring our caregivers which include through screening and background check of the candidate.
Person-Centered Care Training for Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias by Finding Home Care is recognized by the *Alzheimer’s Association® for incorporating the evidenced-based Alzheimer’s Care Best Practice Recommendations in the following topic areas:
- Person-Centered Care
- Alzheimer’s & Dementia Disease
- Assessment & Care Planning
- Daily Living Activities
- Communication & Behavioral Patterns
Finding Home Care is a learning organization and we work tirelessly to improve, refine, and enhance caregiving training to provide leading-edge care to individuals with cognitive conditions.
The importance of Alzheimer’s support in the home
We all know Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease; it’s important to create an environment that remains consistent over time. This way, your loved one is always in a familiar and comfortable space and can develop a good idea of what to expect. Personalizing your home to create an environment for your loved one is key and can benefit everyone in the long run.
Our in-home Alzheimer’s caregiver helps families put consistency into action—with the perfect program for every need and budget and 24/7 support from certified caregivers who uphold the highest standard of quality and compassion.
Our Alzheimer care services allow you to maintain a sense of independence and routine while also receiving the individualized attention you or your loved one needs. Our state-of-the-art Alzheimer’s nursing home has everything needed to care for our residents.
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The right companion for your loved one
At Finding HomeCare, our Alzheimer’s memory care services are designed with your loved one in mind. For the past 30 years, we have been helping families living with Alzheimer’s, disease, and related memory care needs. We understand the process of adjusting to a new way of life, and we know that for most families, it is difficult having a loved one with a long-term illness like Alzheimer’s. Our skilled staff is experts at creating a welcoming and caring environment, with plenty of time dedicated to interacting with our residents. Each day is filled with activities designed to spark memories and encourage brain stimulation. At the same time, our specialized Alzheimer’s disease care unit actively engages residents through customized activities that stimulate the senses.
Can a person with Alzheimer’s be left alone?
As a generalization, it becomes unsafe for people with moderate Alzheimer’s to be left alone when they start getting lost, confused about their surroundings and people. Their judgment also starts to fail around this stage of the illness, putting them at risk of harm. It gets even more dangerous when an individual has entered the advanced stage of dementia. They are prone to wandering more frequently and will not recognize familiar surroundings or realize they are lost. Sometimes this out-of-character behavior happens more frequently around mealtimes or bedtimes.
Urinary tract or other diseases are frequent in patients with Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia. Because they have lost brain abilities, they are not able to convey or find the source of their intense pain and might show it through aggressive behaviors.
We’ll go through five of the most fundamental ones here: 1) Never say that they are wrong or they made a mistake, 2) Never debate with them, 3) Never remind them of something they hate, 4) Never remind them of their close loved ones is no longer alive, and 5) Never bring up things that may disturb them.
If a patient’s Alzheimer’s has developed to where they require more help and treatment than you can offer, it could be time to admit them to an in-home Alzheimer’s care nursing home. They may require 24/7 care at this time. Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease, which means that the individual suffering from it will need more services and assistance as time passes.
Are You Looking For A Trusted Alzheimer Care Service For Your Elderly Parent?
We at Finding Homecare provide Alzheimer Care Service in the San Diego. If you are looking for companion for elderly parents, contact us today.