Quality Care for Your Loved One
Compassionate dementia care can help seniors stay active and independent for as long as possible.
The Best Dementia Care
Dementia is a broad category of brain diseases that cause long term loss of the ability to think and reason clearly. It is severe enough to affect a person’s daily functioning.
Alegre Home Care understands that each person living with memory loss experiences the symptoms and inevitable progression differently. We understand the stages of memory loss and design dementia care programs and activities to address every stage, allowing the individual to experience the best quality of life possible.
Dementia Care Services
For seniors with dementia (as well as their families), it’s very important to find the right care before the condition progresses too far. People can live for a long time after their illness is first diagnosed. Memory loss is one of the most painful parts of dementia, but it’s wise to understand that this is only a symptom of a much more complex disease. Dementia damages the brain, which attacks the whole system. It affects a person’s thinking, but it also changes their personality and day-to-day functionality.
Dementia care requires caregivers to have a deep commitment to empathy and compassion. It also requires taking caregiving approaches that are uniquely tailored to people who have dementia. Our dementia care services include general in-home care such as help with chores and hygiene, creative activities that reduce dementia symptoms, companionship and facilitated outings, customized care plans, and team support from our home care agency. We work with each individual on a personalized basis and tailor their caregiving needs to how the situation progresses.
Dementia care at home can help seniors living with dementia to enjoy their time in peace, dignity, and happiness.
Dementia Care Training
Dementia care services from Alegre Home Care is provided by a patient and compassionate caregiving staff, who undergo specialized Alzheimer’s and dementia care training on an ongoing basis.
Our caregivers provide support with daily activities and personal needs in the comfort and privacy of your own home. Caregivers are trained by standards set by the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s Whisperer, and other nationally recognized training programs.