Our experience in providing service to people with cognitive disabilities dates back to 2000 and applies to many of the same challenges as memory loss and impulsive behaviors (this care is specialized to address the same part of the body), making us a perfect fit for providing the patience-based, understanding care for your loved one with Alzheimer’s / dementia. Our staff use the same patient instructional approach to make sure that our patients with Alzheimer’s / dementia are attending to their personal needs, have established routines, and have a regular set of staff to ensure as much familiarity as possible. Many of our staff members are Certified Montessori Dementia Care professionals who have undergone extensive training in this very special area of care.
Our team of case managers, nurses, and social workers provides a complete approach to caring for the physical needs, as well as the time sensitive and financial responsibilities that are associated with remaining at home. These needs include the shopping, the paying of bills, the taking of medications, the scheduling of and getting to important appointments, or simply getting out into the community for visiting and social activities.
Remember – caring for an individual involves taking care of the person and taking care of the caregiver. The more support you’re able to bring in, the better you will be able to help your loved one.