Count on us for specialized dementia care when you need it.
Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia can be challenging. However, meaningful relationships and special times can continue with the right approaches to care.
Families want to provide the best possible care. That’s why ComForCare created DementiaWise®. This program helps those with dementia to continue living at home, provides as much or as little care as needed and coaches families in how to have the best relationship possible.
DementiaWise can help minimize challenging dementia behavior and maximize independence and quality of life — all while providing the same caring attention you would. We can give your loved one quality care.
Our caregivers will:
- Follow strategies to increase positive emotional experiences
- Meet physical and emotional needs
- Engage in activities that are based on your loved one’s hobbies, interests and skills.
- Assist them with grooming, bathing and dressing
- Cook healthy meals
- Provide companionship
DementiaWise allows you and your loved one to better enjoy the here and now. That way, when you’re together, you can enjoy more quality time.
5 Caregiving Tips for Families
In this video, Deborah Bier, PhD, director of special populations, explains five methods to make caring for a loved one with dementia easier and shares resources for family caregivers.
Whether your loved one needs assistance only a few hours a week or around-the-clock, our team is happy to help! Call (503) 636-0417 to learn more about the transition care services offered through ComForCare Home Care (West Linn, OR).