Life can become a little more difficult as we grow older. Sometimes, people just need companionship or a little helping hand with day-to-day life. More serious physical issues can limit mobility and create challenges both inside and outside the home. And other conditions, such as Alzheimer’s and dementia, can render patients unable to care for themselves.
We offer options to fit almost any situation, with care tailored to each client’s individual needs. See below for details on our most common senior services, which also can be combined with our standard personal care options such as light housekeeping, transportation assistance and more.
Whether you are temporarily disabled or permanently incapacitated, remaining comfortable at home is essential to your quality of life. There are many things we can do to increase your comfort, including (but not limited to):
- Hygiene services, such as bathing assistance
- Meal preparation and feeding if required
- Medication reminders
- Transferring and repositioning to maintain skin integrity
Alzheimer’s and dementia care
Caring for family members with dementia-related illnesses can be incredibly stressful. In addition to our comfort measures listed above, we provide the following services specifically for these patients and their families:
- Assistance with daily activities, such as walks, medication reminders, etc.
- Adult day care
- Education to maintain and promote safety
- Additional information and resources
Please contact us for more information about our services for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients.
We understand how difficult terminal situations can be, so we strive to create the most comfortable environment possible for patients. We work in conjunction with hospice services in your area to provide the comfort measures listed above. The goal is to minimize pain and suffering, while providing a safe and nurturing environment for the final stages of life.