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Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

we recognize that individuals with Alzheimer’s or Dementia require a specialized memory care program. We have high quality care programs distinctly designed for residents with Dementia and Alzheimer’s. Resident Care Aides and Nurses who have comprehensive training for treating Alzheimer’s or Dementia at every level. Along with our inclusive services, memory care residents receive additional support throughout their daily activities with supervision. We provide home based care along with their family involvement.

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  • Schedule wisely

    Establish a daily routine. Some tasks, such as bathing or medical appointments, are easier when the person is most alert and refreshed. Allow some flexibility for spontaneous activities or particularly difficult days.

  • Take your time

    Anticipate that tasks may take longer than they used to and schedule more time for them. Allow time for breaks during tasks.

  • Involve the person

    Allow the person with dementia to do as much as possible with the least amount of assistance. For example, he or she might be able to set the table with the help of visual cues or dress independently if you lay out clothes in the order they go on.

  • Provide choices

    Provide some, but not too many, choices every day. For example, provide two outfits to choose from, ask if he or she prefers a hot or cold beverage, or ask if he or she would rather go for a walk or see a movie.

  • Provide simple instructions

    People with dementia best understand clear, one-step communication.

  • Limit napping

    Avoid multiple or prolonged naps during the day. This can minimize the risk of getting days and nights reversed.

  • Reduce distractions

    Turn off the TV and minimize other distractions at mealtime and during conversations to make it easier for the person with dementia to focus.

Be flexible

Over time, a person with dementia will become more dependent. To reduce frustration, stay flexible and adapt your routine and expectations as needed. For example, if he or she wants to wear the same outfit every day, consider buying a few identical outfits. If bathing is met with resistance, consider doing it less often.

Create a safe environment

Dementia impairs judgment and problem-solving skills, increasing a person’s risk of injury. To promote safety:

  • Prevent falls
    Avoid scatter rugs, extension cords, and any clutter that could cause falls. Install handrails or grab bars in critical areas.
  • Use locks
    Install locks on cabinets that contain anything potentially dangerous, such as medicine, alcohol, guns, toxic cleaning substances, dangerous utensils, and tools.
  • Check water temperature
    Lower the thermostat on the hot-water heater to prevent burns.
  • Take fire safety precautions
    Keep matches and lighters out of reach. If the person with dementia smokes, always supervise smoking. Make sure a fire extinguisher is accessible and the smoke and carbon monoxide detectors have fresh batteries
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