Alzheimer’s Care and Dementia Care Offered in Boise, ID
Support for loved ones directly at home that require Alzheimer’s care or dementia care to remain independent
No one will argue that the struggle of caring for a senior with Alzheimer’s or dementia is one of the most difficult struggles you will face as your loved one ages. Keeping your loved one at home for as long as possible requires having a good understanding of the disease as well as the training necessary to ensure that your loved one is both safe and healthy. At Comfort Keepers in Boise ID we have caregivers specially trained to work with seniors that are in need of dementia care. Our caregivers have also offered Alzheimer’s care in the home to many of our clients and have a good understanding of the disease, how it affects seniors, and the way it will progress as time goes one.
Our Interactive Care Can Help Your Loved One Age In Place
For many years families have assumed that if a loved one needs Alzheimer’s care it automatically means they must enter a care facility. This is no longer the case, with our interactive care plans that are customized to suit each one of our clients, they are able to live comfortable happy lives gaining in place in their own homes for much longer than ever before. Interactive care allows us to develop programs which will stimulate the senses, but physically and mentally. The goal is that dementia care offered by loving professionals can help your loved one to retain as much of their cognitive function as possible for as long as possible. Our caregivers will work to build a relationship with your loved one, and use the time they spend with them to enjoy many of the things they already like, whether it is hobbies, reminiscing, or dancing.
We Can Help Families With Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care
One of the most confusing things about aging is the loss of memory and cognitive ability. Many families simply do not know how to respond much less how to help their loved ones be safe. Our professionals can help support families and show them how to create safe living spaces where their loved ones can not only remain but thrive. If you would like to know more about dementia care or find out how to get Alzheimer’s care for your loved one contact us online anytime or give us a call at (208) 357-4595 for more information. We also invite you to request a free in home consultation where we can show you everything we can do to make aging in place a reality for your loved one.
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