If your senior loved one has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, you likely have some difficult decisions to make regarding his or her long-term care. Most seniors prefer to age in place, and remaining in a comfortable and familiar environment helps seniors with Alzheimer’s feel independent, relaxed, and engaged.
Not all in home care providers are the same however, and to make the relationship between a caregiver and care recipient successful, it is important to find a reliable, experienced, and trustworthy care provider. Home Care Assistance of Roseville, understands this need, and we meet it with the highest level of care delivered by a team of professionals dedicated to promoting a high quality of life for seniors regardless of their mental and physical capabilities.
Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease, and the needs of your loved one will change throughout each stage. In the beginning, hourly care that provides assistance with meal preparation, transportation, medication reminders and housekeeping may be enough help for your loved one. As Alzheimer’s advances, however, your loved one may require around-the-clock supervision and help with mobility, bathing, toileting and dressing. Our professional Alzheimer’s caregivers are fully trained to meet a wide variety of senior needs, and every caregiver goes the extra mile to provide beneficial socialization and sensory stimulation using our research-based Cognitive Therapeutics Method specifically designed to combat mental decline.
Family members often feel overwhelmed as they watch their loved ones progress through the stages of Alzheimer’s. The uncertainty sometimes makes it difficult for them to assist with everyday tasks and plan for future needs. Home Care Assistance in Roseville takes a collaborative approach to providing care that supports families as much as it does seniors. Our caregivers keep detailed CareNotes and share them with each person in the senior’s support system in order to maintain a happy, healthy, and safe home environment. When changes are noted, our Care Managers discuss the senior’s needs with the family, and together, they make care plan modifications to best meet the client’s new care needs. Receiving this level of support from trusted professionals eases the burden on families and often makes it possible for seniors to continue to enjoy the comfort and familiarity of home.
Whether you are struggling to balance your own needs with the needs of a senior loved one with Alzheimer’s or your loved one needs 24/7 assistance and supervision, Roseville Home Care Assistance is here for you. Call us anytime at (916) 226-3737 to speak with a Care Manager and request your free no-obligation consultation.