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Dementia Care Services in Lower Bucks, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties

You can feel completely powerless when a loved one is living with any ailment. After all, how can you help when you’re unsure of what’s going on?

We work with Lower Bucks, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties families to design a dementia care plan that creates a sense of normalcy for the entire family. We understand how difficult it can be to stand by while someone you care about becomes a person you don’t recognize as the condition progresses. Still, our home care services are customizable and intended to improve the quality of life for your senior family member.

We offer solutions that:

  • Strengthen overall well-being
  • Empower clients to continue being autonomous
  • Help slow dementia’s progression
  • Create a safe home environment
  • Mitigate confusion and irritability

Our Lower Bucks, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties dementia caregivers partner with your family to develop a unique program that will create a safe and comfortable environment for your loved one.

Call (215) 608-1720 to learn how our in-home care services or schedule an in-home consultation today. 

5 Benefits of Professional Dementia Care Services

Dementia is a devastating memory loss condition that can steal your comfort, hope, and peace of mind. But you don’t have to handle it all alone. Our licensed and qualified caregivers are with you every step of the way, offering guidance and support to help you and your aging loved one create a normal routine.

Our unique plan of care and home safety audits help ensure:

  1. Total safety for your loved one in and around their own home – Dementia is a memory loss condition that causes frequent confusion, leading to injury. Our caregivers are here to keep your family member safe in their personal space.
  2. Engaging in empowering daily tasks – We help your loved one stay engaged mentally and physically, which means empowering them to complete normal tasks with constant monitoring.
  3. Offering assistance at the right time to avoid frustration – No one wants another person hovering over them, ready to help with everything. Your aging loved one is still very capable of taking care of themselves. They may just need a little extra support at the right moment.
  4. Monitoring possible triggers like temperature, noise, or lights – External stimuli can trigger mood changes in individuals living with dementia. We keep a close eye on weather, sounds, and excessive light to mitigate irritation and confusion.
  5. Adjusting daily routines based on the need for rest or silence – A deviation from a normal routine can create a negative response. However, if our caregivers notice your loved one is overexerting themselves, we’ll step in and suggest a short break to regain composure.

Frequently Asked Questions about Dementia

What are the Early Signs of Dementia?

Some early signs of dementia include:

  • Memory Loss
  • Difficulty Concentrating
  • Confused about Time & Place
  • Struggling to Keep up With a Conversation
  • Difficulty Keeping Up with Daily Tasks

Learn more about the signs of dementia here. If you find that your loved one is experiencing these symptoms, speak with a doctor as soon as possible. This will give you time to plan out their dementia care and improve their long-term prognosis.

How Does Dementia Impact Daily Life?

The misconception about dementia is that it’s a disease. It’s a collection of symptoms resulting in mental deterioration caused by other diseases like Alzheimer’s. These symptoms can negatively impact daily life and completing simple household tasks such as cooking, cleaning, and personal hygiene.

Dementia can affect daily life by:

  • Changing a person’s mood
  • Causing them to forget simple tasks
  • Causing a loss of basic motor skills
  • Making concentration difficult

Not only does dementia affect the individual living with it, but family members who must witness the toll it can take physically, mentally, and emotionally.

How Can a Families Help a Loved One with Dementia?

Some things families can do to help a loved one with dementia include:

  • Keeping a Daily Routine - have baths, meals, and bed time around the same time everyday
  • Allow Independence - when it comes to baths, meals, dressing etc, allow your loved one to do as much on their own as possible. You want your loved one to feel dignified, not like a burden
  • Comfortable Clothing - buy loose-fitting clothing with large zipper pulls, elastic waistbands and buy shoes without strings. This will make it much easier for your loved one to help dress themselves
  • Activities - plan activities that your loved one enjoys. People tend to remember the things that they love most

For more tips on helping loved ones with dementia, read this article by the Alzheimers.gov.

Lower Bucks, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties Families Prefer Us

Providing home care support is something we’re extremely passionate about. We know that what we’re doing is helping families and bettering their lives. We believe our clients can see that passion for helping others in everything we do, which is why we’ve become a preferred local home care company in Lower Bucks, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties, Newtown, Bensalem, Levittown and surrounding areas!

Need professional, cost-effective, and personalized dementia care? Contact us to get started.

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