With ComForCare, You Can Give Your Loved One The Best Life Possible

Whether you need long-term care, respite care, or just a little extra help with certain daily activities and meals, we will be happy to provide information for free. Get connected to local memory care professionals in your community.


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Decrease Challenging
Dementia Behaviors

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

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Stimulate
Remaining Activities

Our caregivers provide encouragement, support and meaningful activities that stimulate your loved one’s remaining activities and improve communication skills. Check out our Family Guide to Dementia.

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Scheduling to Fit the Needs of
Your Friend or Family Members

A few hours a day or 24/7, we provide the daily personal care and companionship needed to be safe and healthy.

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Get Connected to Dementia Trained Caregivers and Local Resources Now

If you have a family member with dementia, you know it affects every aspect of their life. Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, Lewy body dementia, frontotemporal dementia, and other forms of dementia can diminish a person’s ability to understand and communicate, alter their behavior and moods, and affect their physical health. DementiaWise trained caregivers take a behavioral approach to dementia care; focusing on the person and using research-based behavioral interventions to create better days.

DementiaWise, Recognized by the Alzheimer’s Association

The Alzheimer’s Association® was formed in 1980 with assistance from the National Institute on Aging and the National Institutes of Health. Today, the DementiaWise program is recognized by The Alzheimer's Association for incorporating the evidenced-based Dementia Care Practice Recommendations in the following topic areas: Alzheimer’s and dementia, person-centered care, assessment and care planning, activities of daily living, and behaviors and communication. 

Find a Local DementiaWise Trained Caregiver:
Call (248) 499-5190

If you are looking into specialized dementia care, Alzheimer's care, or hospice care for your parents, grandparents, or other family members, reach out to us now. ComForCare can help you determine the level of care needed.

Services vary by location. Please contact your local ComForCare to see what services are available in your area.

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Get the Support You Need for Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care

Whether you have work, family obligations or your own health care challenges that make it difficult to care for someone living with dementia, ComForCare provides the education and emotional support you need to understand ability and behavior changes as well as practical techniques you can use to engage and connect with the person being cared for. While our caregivers develop a special bond with the people in their care, their number one goal is to help you enjoy every minute you can with that person.

ComForCare is here to help you and your loved ones cope with memory loss and the symptoms of dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Our caring advisors have patience in understanding dementia behaviors, as well as a genuine passion for nurturing family caregiver alliance. Our care providers work closely with you to develop strategies for your loved one's daily routine and self-care. It's our duty to provide high-quality memory care, manage medications, and alleviate anxiety for both the patient and family members.

Partner with dementia care experts today.

Find a Caregiver Now

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About Alzheimer's: A Video Series

We invite you to learn more about dementia and its disease progress. Understanding what lays ahead can help family caregivers prepare and support their loved one in a different way than they are today. In addition, we'll cover some things to avoid, as well as proven caregiving strategies that can create better days.

This video series features Heather McKay, our industry partner in dementia education.

Learn more about Heather McKay
Join our video series

Does My Loved One Have Dementia?

Is Someone You Love
Getting a Little Forgetful?

Download "Does My Loved One Have Dementia" to learn more about:

  • Signs of dementia
  • Typical age-related changes
  • What to do if you see signs of dementia
  • How to get a diagnosis

  • "Patricia has been great with my 93 year old mother!"
    She's creative and just seems to know what my mother needs and wants. She's a great aid to me knowing doctors visits, prescription pick-up and grocery runs are all taken care of - big load off my mind and schedule.
  • "The owners and nurse are fantastic!"
    Always willing to take calls from my Mom and explain things in a way she and I can understand. Also walked us through the insurance process. That was not easy and their expertise was greatly appreciated.
  • "ComForCare has given me peace of mind!"
    The fact that ComForCare was able to step in with certified dementia care specialists and begin caring for my father has been fantastic. The staff and caregivers are both sympathetic and empathetic and I feel it has helped my father during this difficult time. It has also given me peace of mind since I live a long distance from my father, and the communication from staff and caregivers is reassuring.

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In-Home Dementia Care Near You

Our mission is to help people live their best life possible. 

Over 200 ComForCare Locations Nationwide

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