Dementia affects not only the mind. It can change one’s behavior, emotion and other aspects of their daily living. This does not, however, mean that you must let the condition define you. We at Coast Family Home Care believe that you can still live a meaningful and fulfilled life even when you live with dementia. We do this by providing in-home care with compassion and excellence.
Caring for people with dementia can be quite challenging, especially for the untrained. It can be physically, mentally and emotionally draining for families caring for their loved ones with dementia.
Our highly experienced and dedicated caregivers will see to it that people with dementia get personalized, relationship-centered, compassionate dementia in-home care.
We do not merely provide care and support. We care with enduring patience, compassion, empathy and love. Our dementia care focuses on and includes the following:
Personal care is designed to ensure the senior’s well-being, comfort and safety.
Personal care is designed to ensure the senior’s well-being, comfort and safety. Coast Family Home Care provides the following in-home personal care services:
- Helping with their memory loss;
- Respecting and honoring the seniors without letting dementia define them;
- Enhancing their strength and helping them build confidence;
- Building and maintaining a routine to prevent anxiety, agitation and other behavioral changes brought by dementia;
- Managing dementia-related behaviors and other changes associated with the condition;
- Promoting social interaction;
- Maintaining a safe and comfortable environment;
- Promoting cognitive engagement and stimulating the brain through various activities;
- Providing companionship, preventing depression and reducing feelings of loneliness;
- Helping them stay oriented and making them calm; and
- Providing personal care such as grooming, bathing, dressing and more.
Since there are many types of dementia, our caregivers are specially trained to provide personalized care and approach. We believe in the importance of being able to continue living at home for individuals with dementia. We believe in the importance of maintaining independence and self-confidence.
Home is where the heart is. It is a place of comfort and familiarity. Receiving dementia care at home can help seniors manage their condition better. A familiar surrounding is filled with memories which can be helpful for people with memory loss problems. It also helps establish a routine, thereby improving their cognitive condition and enhancing their quality of life.
We encourage seniors and individuals with dementia to continue doing their routines and establishing new ones. With regular visits from friends and family, they can maintain emotional and social connections and get the support that they need. Our professionals at Coast Family Home Care will care for you like family. Every individual deserves the best quality of care.
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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.