Alzheimer’s , Dementia, and Parkinson’s Care
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disease that diminishes memory and other vital mental functions. It is the most common cause of dementia. Dementia isn’t a specific disease. Rather, dementia outlines a group of symptoms that affects social and intellectual abilities seriously enough to interfere with day-to-day life.
Our specialized caregivers receive ongoing training to work with Alzheimer’s and Dementia cases. People with Alzheimer’s Disease cannot control what is happening to them. As caregivers, we are the ones who must change and learn new ways to relate to the person with Alzheimer’s.
Our in-home dementia care supports your loved one with:
● Maintaining independence and a sense of purpose. Studies show that maintaining independence and a sense of purpose help to lessen the damaging cognitive effects of dementia. Chosen Family helps loved ones remain independent regardless of the level of cognitive decline.
● Emotional support. We’ll walk beside you and your loved one every step of the way to help prepare for and adapt to the mental and physical changes that can occur with dementia.
● Help maintain a routine. Keeping a regular routine has been proven to help people with Alzheimer’s function better in their day-to-day lives.
● Accompaniment for appointments/events. Helping a loved one with dementia attend events outside of the home takes careful planning and patience. Our specialty trained caregivers can accompany your loved one to doctor’s appointments and events.
Life with cognitive decline can continue to be enjoyable, purposeful, and hopeful. We are driven to help each client plan and achieve a brighter future and high quality of life for years to come. A greater quality of life for you and your family is our commitment.