Tucson, Arizona

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1870 W. Orange Grove Blvd

Tucson, AZ 85704

 

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Serving These Areas: Catalina AZ, Continental Ranch AZ, Dove Mountain AZ, Heritage Highlands AZ, La Cholla Hills AZ, Marana AZ, Oracle AZ, Oro Valley AZ, Rancho Vistoso AZ, Saddlebrooke AZ, South Tucson AZ, Sun City AZ, Vail AZ, Vistoso Village AZ

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Tucson Dementia Care

To minimize your loved one’s confusion, our caregivers establish a routine that sets times for meals, sleep and even trips to the bathroom – using dementia care to keep life at home at a level your loved one deserves. Tucson Alzheimer’s care knows that dementia can often make a person lose their self-worth, so our caregivers focus on maintaining your loved one’s dignity through creating meaningful moments in a failure-free environment as we provide elder care. A person in need of in-home Alzheimer’s care often loses the ability to recognize faces and names and can’t express themselves verbally, so Homewatch Caregivers of Tucson finds activities that keep your loved one comfortable and engaged. To help a person with dementia maintain their focus, Tucson Alzheimer’s care cuts down on distractions and keeps daily activities, like meals, simple.

Tucson dementia care matches our caregivers to your loved one’s specific elderly care needs because it gives you peace of mind and creates a home where your loved one is safe and content. The stress of providing care can drain a person both physically and mentally, so the respite a caregiver agency provides lifts the burden of dementia care off you and your family, allowing you to stay healthy and enjoy each day together. Homewatch CareGivers of Tucson customizes dementia care plans to your loved one’s specific needs and our memory care experts understand the complications memory impairments can create. Tucson Homewatch CareGivers knows more information can make living with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease easier, so we created practical and easy-to-use dementia care tips to help your loved one benefit from the best Alzheimer’s care.

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

All dementia care services are provided by specially trained individuals that bring patience and compassion to an emotionally charged family dynamic. As a neutral third party, our caregivers are able to focus on what’s best for the client today, without the emotional history that comes with a lifetime of knowing someone.

Specialized Dementia Care is personal and companion care provided by intensively trained and tested caregivers. Through our Specialized Dementia Care services we strive to increase the quality of life and provide a more interactive care experience in our clients’ lives – every day.

Flexible Home Care Services

We design our home care service plans to work around your schedule and meet your individual needs. Our caregivers are there to give you peace of mind when you cannot be there – either for a few hours at a time or for longer periods.

Dementia Care Tips


Check here monthly for new practical and easy to use dementia care tips, designed to help the family caregiver better adapt and cope with the caregiver role for someone living with dementia.

Alzheimer's Articles and Resources


Alzheimer’s is a fatal brain disease that causes a slow decline in memory, thinking and reasoning skills. While some memory loss is a normal part of aging, it could be a sign of Alzheimer’s disease if it disrupts daily life. Read Full Story.

Living with Alzheimer's Disease: “It’s like a new life,” says Lee Ferrero, who was diagnosed with younger-onset Alzheimer’s disease at age 62. Mr. Ferrero is one of the more than five million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease, one form of dementia. Read Full Story.