Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care

In-Home Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care

Living with a dementia diagnosis

When a loved one is living with Alzheimer’s disease, one of the most difficult parts is ensuring the patient’s safety while allowing them to remain as independent as possible. In-home care for Alzheimer’s Disease provides a way for our loved ones to maintain their normal daily routines in the comfort of their own home. Our team can help an Alzheimer’s or Dementia patient maintain their independence while giving family members and friends the peace of mind with our Alzheimer’s home care services.

In addition to our skilled nursing care, physical therapy and speech therapy, our occupational therapists are utilizing a unique approach to develop a specialized care plan for your loved one. Learn more about Botes Memory Method.

How does in-home Alzheimer’s care work?

In-home care service for people with Alzheimer’s will depend on the progression of the disease and the customized treatment plans that we build. Our team will develop a senior care plan to maximize quality of life and decrease caregiver burden through our interventions in the following areas:

When to utilize in-home Alzheimer’s care

Typically, an older adult living with Alzheimer’s Disease will be cared for by family members during the early stages of the illness. Early identification of dementia in our loved ones combined with appropriate intervention, is crucial for maintaining their quality of life and to provide caregiver support. We can provide you with the resources and training to ensure that your loved one can age in place as long as possible with little change to their daily living. Through innovative approaches, we can help you and your loved one understand ways to create a positive and safe senior living environment within the Alzheimer’s patient’s own home that will benefit everyone. See how home care for Alzheimer’s disease is more manageable with our care services.

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