Dementia and Alzheimer’s are not a part of the normal aging process, however, that doesn’t mean that your loved one’s life has to change drastically. Whether they are living with personality changes, moderate confusion, feelings of disorientation, or find difficulty completing daily tasks – our caregivers are prepared to help them. Our care team encourages clients to do as much as they can for themselves, in order to preserve independence, dignity, and privacy.
Early diagnosis is the key to accessing treatments and managing symptoms, and our caregivers can escort them to an appointment and make the process as easy on you as possible.
Alzheimer’s care is meant for the whole family – not just the person needing care. By trusting our caregivers to care for your loved one, you’ll have the peace of mind that they are in the company of qualified, experienced, and well-trained care staff.
6.2 million Americans are living with dementia and Alzheimer’s, and if you or a loved one needs care, look no further than Foundational Health Home Care. Our caregivers are expertly trained to care for Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and dementia-related disorders.
Our care team’s goal is to make the community more dementia-friendly for all, and we improve each client’s environment to make sure that they feel safe and empowered to be independent at home.
Clients living with Alzheimer’s disease enjoy meaningful activities one-on-one with their caregivers and enjoy the quality of their lives with as much or as little assistance as they need.
Moving to senior living isn’t always feasible and most older adults wish to age in place. In-home Alzheimer’s support is a great solution to boost memory and increase medication compliance.
There are a variety of dementia and Alzheimer’s-related tasks that we train our caregivers to do that help our clients age in place safely and independently:
Our caregivers can also assist with:
We understand that your loved one’s needs may change or increase with time, and are prepared to make changes to care plans and our approaches to daily care tasks. What works today may not work tomorrow, and that is a part of the beauty of what we do.
If you have any questions about dementia or Alzheimer’s care for your loved one, give us a call today! We are always available to help.
We want to be an active partner in your care. We don’t “take over,” because you’re the CEO of your care.
We want to do what you need and want us to do. Help you live your life, to do what you enjoy.