Quality In-Home Dementia Care

Dementia Care Services

In-Home Care Services for Dementia Patients

At Homewatch CareGivers®, our specially trained memory care team knows how to address issues associated with various forms of dementia and will develop a unique care plan that can be altered as the condition progresses. Our teams will be there for your loved one, providing support that can help to preserve executive function, handle difficult symptoms, form companion-like bonds, and more. Get in touch to see how your loved one can benefit from dementia home care!

How Dementia Affects Patients

Affecting about 50 million people worldwide, dementia impacts every aspect of a person’s life and varies by individual, changing as one progresses through different stages of the disease. Dementia is an umbrella term for symptoms such as impaired judgment and memory loss that are severe enough to interfere with daily life. Over time, the affected person can experience personality and behavioral changes, as well as physical decline, which typically requires the help of an in-home dementia caregiver. Two of the most common causes of dementia are Alzheimer’s and Lewy body dementia (LBD). Other causes of dementia include Huntington’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.

Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia, affecting more than five million Americans. Typically, memory and judgement gradually decline over time due to degenerating and dying brain cells. Unless the individual has other diseases or illnesses, physical deterioration does not usually occur until the disease has significantly progressed and caused impairment in basic function and motor skills necessary to physical health.

Lewy Body Dementia

Lewy body dementia is another common cause of progressive dementia. Initially, individuals may experience symptoms similar to Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s, while others may have vivid visual hallucinations. Lewy body dementia may also cause aggressive behavior or depression, tremors, and an increased risk of falling.

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    - Angela

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How Our Dementia Home Care Services Can Help

If you or a loved one is diagnosed with dementia, it’s important to work with a trained care professional who understands the underlying diseases and their progression. With Homewatch CareGivers®, our specially trained dementia home care experts know how to handle erratic moods and behavior associated with various forms of dementia and will develop a unique plan that can be altered as the condition evolves and progresses.

We understand that quality in-home dementia care is not one size fits all. Every person is unique, with specific conditions, abilities, and preferences. As such, caregivers are matched to clients based on their needs, skills, interests, likes, and dislikes, and activities are planned to stimulate one’s memory while keeping their stress level low. We truly care for the whole person, not just their condition.

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  • Two elders studying plants by a fountain as part of dementia home care
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