In-Home Care for Dementia

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Improve Quality of Life with Dementia Care at Home

If your family member has been diagnosed with a form of dementia, you may be feeling unsure or overwhelmed about the prospect of their long-term care. ComForCare’s specially trained care providers understand the needs of people with dementia, both in terms of their personal care and their mental health. We provide not only top-quality home care services, but also support and strategies to families so they can maximize the quality of the time they spend together.

Whether you are interested in full-time care or occasional assistance with care planning, our team is there for you. We can connect you with support groups, keep a trained eye on the disease’s progression, and make your loved one’s home environment safe for them.

What In-Home Care for Dementia Looks Like

Almost every ComForCare office is DementiaWise® certified, meaning caregivers focus on supporting and enhancing their clients’ remaining abilities while providing them with exceptional daily home care. Our services and goals include, but are not limited to:

Decreasing Challenging Behaviors

Decreasing Challenging Behaviors

Our specialized dementia care techniques keep your friend or family member calm, engaged, happy, and functioning at their best at every stage of dementia.

Creating Meaningful Moments

Creating Meaningful Moments

Our caregivers provide encouragement, support, and meaningful activities such as music therapy that engage your loved ones and strengthen bonds between all family members.

Partnering in Personal Care

Partnering in Personal Care

Bathing, dressing, toileting, and grooming are common challenges for dementia family caregivers. Let our trained team take the stress out of daily living so you can focus on your relationship.

Providing Safety Supervision

Providing Safety Supervision

Our team understands how to prevent falls and other physical risks associated with memory loss. We can help you consider your home environment and make impactful adjustments where necessary.

Preparing Nutritious Meals

Preparing Nutritious Meals

Seniors with dementia face unique challenges to their nutrition, including changes in coordination, taste and smell, and ability to chew or swallow. Our caregivers create balanced, nutritious meals and can help overcome mealtime barriers.

Encouraging Sensory Stimulation

Encouraging Sensory Stimulation

Engaging all five senses can help people with dementia experience joy, relief from anxiety and depression, and an improved ability to communicate with the people in their lives.

Understand the Forms of Dementia

Dementia is a general term that encompasses many different forms, causes, and symptoms of cognitive decline. All forms of dementia involve memory loss and/or impairment of other brain functions, such as problem-solving, communication, and judgment. Some forms also involve changes in personality, which can make your loved one’s care an emotional and sometimes challenging experience. Our caregivers are trained to alleviate these challenges with proven, science-backed strategies. We have helped create better days for seniors living with many forms of dementia, including but not limited to:

Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia. Messenger nerve cells in the brain called neurons stop functioning, lose connections with other neurons, and perish, leading to memory loss, confusion, changes in personality, and more.

Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD)

While rare, CJD involves proteins in the brain called “prions” folding into an abnormal shape. These misshapen proteins build up and destroy brain cells rapidly, much more quickly than other forms of dementia.

Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD)

FTD is a category of diseases caused by progressive nerve cell damage in brain regions responsible for behavior, personality, and language. People with FTD mat go through extreme changes in behavior with they can’t control.

Lewy Body Dementia (LBD)

LBD is a progressive brain disorder in which abnormal deposits of a certain protein build up in the brain, disrupting brain signals and leading to problems with thinking, movement, memory, behavior, and sleep.

Vascular Dementia

Vascular dementia includes problems with memory, communication, reasoning, judgment, and other thought processes caused by a reduced supply of blood to the brain.

Mild cognitive impairment (MCI)

MCI is a slight but noticeable decline in memory and thinking skills. While not severe enough to be diagnosed as dementia, these symptoms still interfere with activities of daily living.

You Have Questions. ComForCare Has Answers.

Whether you have a formal diagnosis yet or not, it’s natural to have questions. To find out more about the disease itself, or get top tips for caring for your family member, visit our FAQs page to learn more from our compassionate experts.

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Hear From Happy Families

Hear From Happy Families
  • I highly recommend this company. The staff was so very accommodating. I had a situation where both my mother and father were down and needed some assistance. ComeForCare Home Care sitter service absolutely came through to help us out. Thank you so much! - Johnny W.
  • Excellent care given to my loved one. The owner and employees respond to inquiries quickly and resolve matters with care in a timely fashion. Completely satisfied with all aspects of their work. Highly recommend the ComForCare Home Care team. - Lynda F.
  • If you’re looking for Compassionate personalized care staff is available 24/7 this is the company to have for your loved one(s). They are in contact with you constantly which brings warmth and comfort to you knowing your loved ones are in great hands. - Kristen R.
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