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Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care

When your loved one wishes to remain at home following an Alzheimer’s or Dementia diagnosis, there are many decisions that you must make. While independent living is often an unsafe option for an Alzheimer’s or Dementia patient, making drastic changes to their and your lifestyle in order to provide 24-hour monitoring might be an unrealistic expectation. At Home Care Assistance Jersey Shore, we understand this dilemma and provide high quality in-home care that seniors and their families can count on. Our goal is to grant your loved one’s wish to stay at home, while providing your family with peace of mind knowing that an experienced, professional and compassionate Alzheimer’s or Dementia caregiver is always by their side.

Tailored Care for Alzheimer’s Patients & Flexible Care Schedules

In the earliest stages of Alzheimer’s or Dementia, cognitive decline is slow, and many seniors and older adults only experience minimal setbacks. While some families can attend to all of their loved one’s needs during this time, others find that enlisting the help of an in-home care provider is beneficial. Home Care Assistance Jersey Shore works with the family to develop a customized plan of care that truly meets the needs of the individual diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or Dementia. Our caregivers provide transportation, assist with preparing meals and help with personal care, medication reminders and more. We give families the freedom to choose when and how often to bring our caregivers into their loved one’s home for extra support, supervision, socialization and encouragement.

As your aging loved one’s needs change, we communicate with your family, discuss changing needs with his or her healthcare team and adapt the plan of care as necessary. When the time comes, 24-hour assistance and overnight care are among our available options. This way, we are able to ensure safe, comfortable and effective in-home care throughout each stage of the disease.

Advanced Training for Alzheimer’s & Dementia Caregivers

In addition to offering flexible services that meet the needs of an individual throughout each stage of Alzheimer’s or Dementia, we also believe in taking measures to help slow the progression of the disease. All Home Care Assistance caregivers are trained in the Cognitive Therapeutics Method. This one of a kind, science-based cognitive stimulation program was designed by memory care experts and addresses both the cognitive and non-cognitive needs of individuals. The program is personalized for each client, highly inclusive of the family unit and includes more than 300 activities to target memory, speech, attention, executive functioning and visual-spatial perception. Utilizing this program often helps to delay cognitive decline and improve quality of life for the clients we serve.

Why Choose Home Care Assistance Jersey Shore?

Caring for an aging parent or loved one with Alzheimer’s or Dementia is not an easy task, however you don’t have to face it alone. Home Care Assistance is here to help. We offer free home consultations without any obligations or commitments and there are never any upfront fees associated with our services. We also offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee and do not require long-term contracts – you use our services only as long as you need them.

If you are interested in learning more about the advantages that Home Care Assistance Jersey Shore’s in-home Alzheimer’s and Dementia care programs offer, give us a call at 732.930.1935 today and speak with a friendly and professional Client Care Manager.

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER WHEN RESEARCHING SENIOR CARE

Home Care Assistance Jersey Shore understands that planning for short, medium or long-term care requires patience, understanding, open dialogue, and above all, education on the various home care options. In order to help you understand and become knowledgeable about different senior care options, we have created a suite of resources that we make available to you, with no obligation.

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Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care

Living Well at Home Guide

Health Implications of caring for someone with Dementia

What is Home Care Guide

Talking to Your Parents About Home Care

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