Dementia & Alzheimer’s Care Services
There comes a time in every person’s family where a loved one is diagnosed with a form of dementia. One of the most common forms of dementia is Alzheimer’s, a progressive condition that causes problems with memory loss, thinking, and behaviors in an individual. Alzheimer’s reportedly affects about 6 million people in the United States and Canada, combined.
When a loved one is diagnosed with a condition of dementia or Alzheimer’s, family members may find it increasingly difficult to provide the necessary in home care services they may need. Our dedicated caregivers are skilled and certified to assist these individuals in the privacy of their own home.
Memory impaired loved ones may find it much easier to endure life’s challenges as an assisted living professional caters to help manage dementia symptoms such as sundown syndrome, wandering and combativeness. Options In Home Care provides that professionally tailored care to fit your everyday life. Our mission is to help seniors, disabled, and those with health conditions to continue leading an independent life in the comfort of their homes.
Early Warning Signs
Memory loss that disrupts normal and daily activities may be a sign of Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia. Alzheimer’s is a brain disease that causes a slow decline in memory, thinking and reasoning skills. Every individual experiences different stages as they age, but with proper diagnoses and attention the individual can benefit from home care and assisted living. Besides unpredictable memory loss, the Alzheimer’s Association declares that forgetting names and temporary confusion is typical, but a variety of warning signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s include:
- Challenging issues in planning and problem solving
- Difficulty completing daily tasks
- Confusion with time or place
- Trouble understanding visual images and spatial relationships
- Difficulty communicating
- Misplacing items and lowered ability to retrace steps
- Withdrawal from work or social engagements
- Mood and personality changes
Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care Assistance
Our mission is to ensure that you or your loved one is given the opportunity to obtain fundamental education on dementia and Alzheimer’s. An assisted living program that fosters sensitivity and respect will help each individual grow through an ongoing basis. The unique and effective training we provide is designed to help each client understand the effects of memory loss, and encourage healthy choices to allow residents to live in a way that always feels familiar to them.
Loved ones with memory loss or confusion are at risk of harming themselves because their judgment is impaired. They may not remember how to complete or utilize certain items, but with the supervision of a professional occupational assistant, home adaptations and safety care can give you the peace of mind you deserve.
Home Assisted Living for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Patients
Finding out that your loved one has dementia or Alzheimer’s can be incredibly difficult and frightening. Providing your loved one with the necessary home assistance is one of the best ways to help. Our caregivers are able to provide 24-hour in home care service and develop a daily routine so your loved one can continue doing what they love to do. Contact us today at 909-621-2273 for home assistance. We offer a full list of in home services like meal planning and housekeeping as well as companionship that helps you or your loved ones live a better life.