Dementia Care and Alzheimer’s Care in Philadelphia, PA and the surrounding areas

We understand the specific sets of skills needed to care for people with Alzheimer’s and dementia and we are experts in providing that care.

Caring for a loved one who has dementia or Alzheimer’s can be hard. It is an emotionally and physically draining procedure and we are well-aware and understand the challenges which might be faced by family caregivers. We are experts at providing proper care to such patients and we can help ease your burden.

Our Comfort Keepers offices nationwide are able to provide customized care for clients who can experience symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Our personnel is specially trained and able to help with this.

What is Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care?

A decline in a person’s mental ability which leads to memory loss or makes them unable to complete familiar tasks which makes it serious enough to interfere with and hinder a person’s daily life is known as dementia.  A serious and common form of Dementia is referred to as Alzheimer’s disease. It accounts for 50-80% of the problems in dementia patients. Our care givers care for these people by helping them focus on their remaining strengths and abilities; they also help clients perform tasks which they require assistance in doing.

How Comfort Keepers Can Help

Our staff, which is specially trained to deal with patients of dementia and Alzheimer’s, will:

  • Provide bathing, meals and other household chore assistance
  • Be available to the family and client as they continue to experience a change in their behavior as is the case with dementia.
  • Set up a safe environment so that the client does not injure himelf/herself
  • Allow the client to take part in activities that engage them and help stimulate their senses, such as music.

Our Services are customized according to the needs of our clients. We are able to take into account the health and ability of clients when determining the home care we need to provide. Our Comfort Keepers are well-versed in providing Alzheimer’s and dementia care for only a few hours in a week to full time as well if need be. For 24 hour shifts, a team of care givers will coordinate with one another to interchange care-giving responsibilities.