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Guide to Living with Dementia: Are You Asking the Right Questions?

Guide to Living with Dementia | Homewatch CareGivers

Recognizing the signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and dementia is the first step to understanding and living with memory loss.

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Dementia Care

When a person lives with dementia, it makes them vulnerable. It is a disease that affects every part of their life – from when they wake up in the morning until they get into bed at night. It can continue after that – leaving them disoriented and scared if they wake up after a bad dream. People living with dementia continually deal with anxiety, depression, and often withdraw from the outside world, creating self-imposed isolation.

Dementia or Alzheimer’s can impact every moment. It can diminish a person’s senses – changing the tastes and aromas they used to enjoy. Sounds that once brought smiles and comfort evolve into just noise. Even what a person sees gets interpreted differently in the brain. What a person living with dementia or Alzheimer’s used to do easily every day now becomes insurmountable challenges. Our Alzheimer’s care finds ways to climb those mountains and provide the quality of life that not only are they used to, but that they deserve.

Homewatch CareGivers' trained caregivers are there help maintain your loved one’s dignity and independence. We feel it’s essential to find ways to ease the emotional frustrations that come with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia-related disorders. These difficulties don’t just affect the person living with the condition, but also the entire family. Trained caregivers bring families closer together so they all can support the person living with dementia.

Because each of our clients is unique, our dementia-care program treats them uniquely. Homewatch CareGivers customizes dementia care plans for each person and our specially-trained memory care experts understand the complexity memory impairments can create in a home.

Dementia Care Tips


Every little piece of information can make living with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease easier. We’ve created practical and easy-to-use dementia care tips, designed to help a family caregiver adapt and cope to every changing situation for their loved one living with dementia.

Alzheimer's Care

When Homewatch CareGivers' Alzheimer’s caregivers help a person living with the disease the goal is not to make things harder. To that end, Homewatch CareGivers matches each caregiver specifically to each client. They go through extensive Alzheimer’s care training so they can create a peaceful environment that makes sure a client is safe and content. Our goal is to work with you to craft a home care service plan. That is the first part of a process that makes sure we directly address each individual client’s Alzheimer’s care needs.

Acting early when the first symptoms start to appear is a major step to get clients the help they will soon depend on. Homewatch CareGivers is a proud champion of the Alzheimer's Early Detection Alliance. Learn more about the 10 warning signs for Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

Memory Care

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Pathways to Memory is Homewatch CareGivers’ unique approach to dementia care. This specialized form of care features one-on-one interaction and attention and provides social interaction and companionship to the person living with dementia. Pathways to Memory keeps clients safe and improves the quality of life for everyone involved. Each in-home caregiver trained in the dementia care program is uses a positive, failure-free approach that makes a calm and supportive environment to bolster self-esteem when a person is most vulnerable.

Caregivers can create meaningful moments for the entire family, bringing all involved closer together when they need to be able to depend on each other. Pathways to Memory is a coping solution for everyone involved, creating a circle of trust, communication and support. Learn More.

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