Dementia care is provided by experienced and specially trained caregivers who know how to connect with clients afflicted by Alzheimer’s and related types of dementia.

Understanding the signs

Memory loss problems that interrupt day-to-day activities may be a sign of dementia which can cause serious loss of mental abilities such as thinking, remembering, reasoning and communicating.

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How we can help

We can create a customized plan of care that changes as your loved one’s needs change, which enables our caregivers to provide optimum care and support.

What our caregivers can do

Assist with personal care activities such as toileting, bathing, dressing, grooming and mobility.
Caregivers also assist with routine housekeeping and chore tasks.
They may help pay bills or remind clients when to take their medication.
Assist with food shopping and preparation of nutritious meals and snacks.
Provide transportation to and from appointments and errands.

Understanding your needs and responding
with appropriate care is critical. Don't go it alone.

Our extensive experience in dementia care affords us the ability to create a successful home care solution, not only for the persons suffering from dementia, but for their families, as well.