Alzheimer's Care & Dementia Care

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Alzheimer’s care is for seniors who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia.  The level of care needed depends on in what stage of Alzheimer’s disease your loved one is experiencing.  If your loved one is in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, then Alzheimer’s care for your loved one at home is often the preferred choice. In the later stages of the disease, more care will be needed and you may have to transition your loved one into a licensed memory care or skilled nursing facility.

How do you know that your loved one needs professional Alzheimer's Care?

As Alzheimer’s disease progresses into the later stages, more care is needed for your loved one.  Over time, it can become increasingly difficult for you and your family to keep up with the level of care that is needed.  When you feel that taking care of your loved one has become overwhelming. or when you just do not have enough time to provide the needed care, then professional Alzheimer’s care may be a good option. 

What types of Alzheimer's Care services are there?

You can choose between Alzheimer’s care assisted living and Alzheimer’s care in a skilled nursing facility.

In Alzheimer’s care assisted living, the disease is in its early stages and a professional caregiver provides in home Alzheimer’s care in an assisted living environment.  Your loved one is taken care of in the comfort of their own home within the assisted living facility.

Alzheimer’s care is also available in skilled nursing facilities.  These facilities are typically specialized in Alzheimer’s care and dementia care and are recommended when the disease reaches later stages and more full time care is needed.  Your loved one is supervised 24-hours a day in a safe environment, with a complete skilled nursing staff professionally trained in Alzheimer’s care or dementia care.

Do Alzheimer's or dementia patients need 24 hour care?

If your loved one cannot be left unattended and 24 hour care is needed, you can arrange for a professional Alzheimer’s or dementia caregiver to take care of your loved one.  We will assist you in any way we can to help you find and connect with a professional caregiver in your area -- professionally trained in Alzheimer’s Care or dementia care -- that best meets your needs.

Can Alzheimer's or dementia patients stay at home?

Your loved one can often stay at home when the disease in its early stages and your loved one shows mild symptoms.  For this situation, an in-home care provider can be immensely helpful and give you peace of mind. If you have any questions about your loved one’s condition and their ability to be left by themselves, please reach out to your health care provider.  Additional information on Alzheimer’s disease, its various stages, relevant warning signs, and information regarding care, can be found at the Alzheimer’s Association website

What are the benefits of Memory Care Assisted Living?

  • In the comfort of your own home, within the Assisted Living environment

  • Able to better keep one’s existing social life

  • More independence

    • Periodic supervision, and 24 hours a day on-call emergency assistance

    • On call nursing assistance

  • Group activities and planned social events

What are the benefits of Alzheimer's Care Nursing Homes?

  • A private or semi-private room

  • 24-hour personal assistance and supervision

  • Three daily meals and snacks

  • Medication management

  • Cognitive and physical therapies

  • Exercise activities

  • Social activities

  • Housekeeping and laundry

  • Regular nursing attention

How to get started with Alzheimer’s Care & Dementia Care?

Getting started with Alzheimer’s care and dementia care is easy thanks to our powerful search system.  After finding a match we will help you connect with an Alzheimer’s care or dementia care provider in your area that best meets your needs.  It is important to understand that you will enter in an agreement with the Alzheimer’s care provider, not with Complete Respite.  We simply introduce and connect you with the Alzheimer’s care or dementia care provider in your area you would like to work with.

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