Dementia and Alzheimers In Home Care
Eventually, most people who struggle with Alzheimer’s or other dementia related disease require outside care. In the early stages of Alzheimer’s most people can live independently in their own home and do so successfully. As the disease progresses, the need for dementia and Alzheimer’s in home care increases. As difficult as it may seem to accept outside help, it is important to remember your loved one’s desire to remain in their familiar environment.
When learning to work with a family member or other loved one who has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or other dementia related disease, it is sometimes best to call on expert help. It is important to remember that seeking outside help can be beneficial for your family and your loved one. A reliable caregiver from Senior Helpers of Lake St. Louis can ease the emotional and physical demands of care giving. There are so many options for senior care and the choices may make the decision for your family very overwhelming. Dementia and Alzheimer’s in home care can grant the wish of your loved one to spend their senior years in the comfort of home. By not making the major life change of moving to a nursing home or assisted living facility, your loved one can thrive in their familiar environment.
Compassionate dementia and Alzheimer’s in home care can help to establish routine for bathing and eating for your loved one. The mental impairment can make dressing and hygiene activities extremely frustrating. Helping your loved one to maintain their physical appearance may promote positive self-esteem. Caregivers are expertly trained in dementia care and will provide direction and comfort to your loved one while assisting them in their personal care needs. Highly trained caregivers from Senior Helpers of Lake St. Louis are empathetic and understand the struggles your loved one is facing while coping with the disease. They also understand patience is key when dealing with Alzheimer’s and dementia related diseases. If a certain approach stops working, the caregiver realizes to try something new. Flexibility helps your loved one to meet daily challenges.
Often a person who has Alzheimer’s forgets when they last ate. Meals may be completely missed and that will cause worry for family. Some who struggle with dementia may want to eat all of the time, while others never respond to the fact they are hungry. Dementia and Alzheimer’s in home care by is particularly helpful for families who are unable to make daily visits to loved ones to guarantee they have eaten. Reliable caregivers can stop by daily at scheduled times to prepare a nutritious meal for your loved one. It is important make meal time as enjoyable as possible for your loved one which will help them to look forward to the experience.
If you would like to learn more about the many benefits of caring and consistent in home elderly care and professional dementia and Alzheimer’s care, call Senior Helpers to speak to an senior care specialist today 636-695-3140! Senior Helpers of Lake St. Louis provides a wide range of services including Alzheimer’s and dementia care, companionship, personal assistance, and so much more to all areas of Washington, Wildwood, Union, Lake St Louis, Ferguson, Jennings, Florissant, Warrenton, O'Fallon, Wentzville, Hazelwood, Elsberry, Troy, Services Downtown City of St Louis and North St Louis .