Coast Family provides specialized quality dementia and Alzheimer’s care in Casmalia. With this type of care, we can provide support and care to individuals with dementia and similar conditions in the familiarity and security of their home. The care we provide is suited to the personal needs and specific condition and situation of each client.

We have a team of dedicated caregivers who will passionately help and support and attend to the unique needs and demands of each dementia client. 

We will care for them from the early to the late stages of the condition. Our team will address the many changes that the dementia clients will go through as their condition progresses.

We know how challenging and difficult it can be for family members to care for their loved ones with dementia. Thus, we will be there to provide support and relief.


Alzheimer’s and dementia affect the life of the individual in many ways, not only cognitively or mentally. The condition affects beyond one’s memory. It can have rippling effects on one’s physical, emotional, social and behavioral state.

We provide support, stability, companionship and a high standard of care to our clients. The benefits of having dementia and Alzheimer’s care in Casmalia include the following:

  • Personal care and assistance with various activities of daily living.
  • Relief and support to family members who are dealing with and caring for their loved ones with Alzheimer’s or dementia.
  • Management and support for the various effects of dementia.
  • Care provided in an environment where the dementia client feels safe, secure and comfortable.
  • Maintenance of independence, confidence, dignity and self-worth even in the midst of the condition.
  • Enhancement and improvement of cognitive function by engaging in various social and mentally stimulating activities.
  • Prevention of feelings of depression, anxiety, agitation, isolation and loneliness, and other personality and behavioral changes caused by the progression of the condition.
  • Social interaction and support, and companionship.
  • Establishment of regular routine and habits which can have a positive effect on the overall cognitive function of the dementia client.


A census-designated place (CDP) nestled in the heart of Santa Barbara County, California, Casmalia is home to just about 138 residents. Located just 5 miles southwest of Santa Maria, this community is located outside the borders of Vandenberg Air Force Base. It only has an area of 0.2 square miles, all of it land. It is most known for its good old The Hitching Post barbecue restaurant.

It may be a small community, but Casmalia has access to high quality home care. If you need dementia and Alzheimer’s care in Casmalia, check out Coast Family Home Care. Our team of dedicated and compassionate caregivers provides quality care, support and attention to seniors and individuals living with Alzheimer’s, dementia or other similar cognitive disorders.

Contact us. We will come to your home and provide you with the highest standard of care, the only care that you deserve.

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Caregivers play an essential role in helping individuals with dementia manage their condition and retain control of their life. Aside from providing assistance with basic tasks and routines, caregivers incorporate engaging social and mental activities, provide companionship, offer compassionate support and manage the many effects of dementia.

The right approach when caring for someone with dementia is to allow them to perform tasks with minimal assistance. This helps them maintain their independence and improve their cognitive function in the process. The caregiver must provide support without being intrusive and must be patient, understanding and compassionate.

Yes. Dementia care at home allows them to reside in an environment already familiar to them while receiving quality care and excellent support. Being at home helps them perform their daily tasks and allows them to retain their memories better compared to transferring to a facility where they feel anxious and disoriented.