Care for Dementia Patients
As we age, so do our loved ones. And oftentimes, our loved ones develop cognitive diseases, such as Alzheimer’s or dementia. These diseases can lead to your loved one needing special care, especially during the early stages of dementia as they are beginning to change and adjust to a different way of life.
If you are looking for care for your loved ones, A to Z Home Care is Arizona’s premiere in-home care agency, specializing in care for the elderly with dementia. All of our caregivers are Direct Care Worker (DCW), CPR and First Aid certified and also go through a rigorous background check to ensure your loved one is always in safe hands.
With your loved one being in the beginning stages of dementia, you may be looking for in-home care for the elderly with dementia. And oftentimes you might think putting them in a nursing home is the best bet. But, our experts here at A to Z Home Care recommend that your loved one stay in their home with in-home care while the disease is still in its early stages. We suggest keeping your loved ones in the comfort of their home for as long as possible, as they are going to be experiencing a big change in their life and being in a familiar environment can help them feel as if they still have some normalcy. A to Z Home Care brings the care homes for dementia patients directly to your loved one.
Give us a call at 480-210-6390 and see how we can help you or your loved one.
Here are some early signs of dementia that may lead you to seek in-home care for eldery loved ones with dementia.
In the beginning, they may start having a difficult time recalling information such as important dates, events, new information and maybe people. A to Z Home Care’s caregivers can help to strengthen your loved one’s cognitive health by playing brain games with them. This will help stimulate their brain and help slow down the dementia process by strengthening their ability to remember important aspects.
Hard Time Planning /Solving Problems
Difficulty Performing Tasks They Have Done Before
Trouble Speaking or Writing
Talking to people can become hard as with early on-set dementia, your loved one may forget what they were saying mid-sentence or not remember what somebody else said a minute ago, thus making conversation hard. With A to Z Home Care, your loved one will get the companionship ad socialization they need to try and keep up their ability to converse.
A good reason to have in-home care for the elderly with dementia, is that as they start to get the early stages of it, they will experience this before and having someone care for them in their home and calm them down and keep them company will help them during this process. They can also go through important dates that happened in the past so that your loved one can practice trying to remember them.
We all forget where we put items sometimes, but for those with dementia, this can become more frequent. Our A to Z Home Care team helps care for the elderly with dementia in assisting them in finding everyday items them may have misplaced. This will help in decreasing your loved one becoming aggravated and accusing people of stealing.
In-home care for the elderly with dementia can help your loved one with making the right choices and decisions. When dementia starts, they may forget or not bother to clean themselves or the house. But, our compassionate care workers can help them with bathing, toileting, and slight housekeeping to make sure they are living a good quality of life.
In-home Care Plan for Dementia Patients in Arizona
Dementia patients can remain comfortable in their home and still receive exceptional professional medical care with A to Z Home Care.
Dementia is scary for everyone involved. Your loved one, suffering from it, is scared and you are worried for their well-being and are probably overwhelmed with what the best in-home care for elderly with dementia is. Discuss with your loved one what fears they have about the symptoms of dementia and what they notice they need help with. This will allow you to get their perspective of what is scaring them and where they need assistance, as well as inputting your own observations about what your loved one will need assistance with.