Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care
Our Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care Service
Dementia and Alzheimer's are progressive brain disorders that affect memory, thinking, and behavior. While both fall under the umbrella of dementia, Alzheimer's is the most common form. Navigating their impact on individuals and their families can be a challenging and emotional journey. However, with proper care and support, individuals living with dementia and Alzheimer's can enjoy a rich and fulfilling life.
Services We Provide
At The Limes, we understand the unique challenges and needs of individuals living with dementia and Alzheimer's, along with the immense commitment faced by their families. We're here to support you every step of the way, offering a range of compassionate and personalized care services designed to enhance quality of life for both individuals and their loved ones.
- Comprehensive Assessment
- Dedicated and Compassionate Care
- Meaningful Activities
- Memory Support
- Short-Term Stays
- Support Groups and Resources
Ultimate Service Provider
Our team of compassionate and experienced caregivers is committed to providing your loved one with the highest quality care, respecting their dignity and individual needs. We conduct thorough background checks and ongoing training to ensure the utmost professionalism and reliability.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who benefits from your dementia and Alzheimer's care services?
Our services cater to individuals at any stage of dementia or Alzheimer's, whether mild, moderate, or severe. We also support their families through education, resources, and respite care options.
How do you ensure the quality of your care?
- Rigorous caregiver selection: We employ qualified and experienced caregivers trained in dementia-specific care techniques, prioritizing empathy, patience, and respect for individual needs.
- Individualized care plans: We create personalized plans based on comprehensive assessments and regular evaluations, adapting care as needed.
- Continuous monitoring and communication: We maintain open communication with families, keeping them informed and involved in decisions, and ensuring accountability for quality care.
How can I get started?
- Contact us for a free consultation: We'll discuss your loved one's needs and preferences, answer your questions, and guide you through our service options.
- Schedule a home visit: Our care team can visit your home to assess the environment and create a personalized plan.
- Connect with our resource center: We offer educational materials, support groups, and information on legal and financial considerations to empower you and your family.