Alzheimer’s disease doesn’t only affect the family member with the condition. Alzheimer’s impacts whole families. Coping with this progressive condition requires boundless quantities of patience, empathy, and love. Professional caregiving provides individualized care for your loved one and gives you back some time to recharge. Our specially trained Alzheimer’s Caregivers offer an expanded array of services to your loved one:
- Encouragement to do as much as they can on their own
- Personal care assistance, such as toileting, bathing and grooming
- Maintain a routine to discourage agitation and outbursts
- Mental stimulation through conversation and other activities
- Maintaining a safe environment
- Manage changing behaviors
- Adapting the level of care as the disease progresses
- Honor who the senior was earlier in life
- Provide nutritious meals
- Assist with ambulation and socialization
- Transport to medical appointments and other events
- Support the family
- Light housework and other household tasks
- Pet care
Call us at 844-593-7766 to learn more about the ways our specialized Alzheimer’s caregivers can help your family member continue to enjoy life in their familiar home environment.
Dementia Care Services
Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia, but not all dementias are Alzheimer’s disease. If your loved one has been diagnosed with dementia, vascular dementia, sudden-onset dementia, Lewy Body Disease (dementia with Lewy bodies) or any other type of cognitive impairment, we can help. A professional Caregiver from Zeppone Caring Hands can help your loved one with dementia stay safe and happy at home.
A few of the benefits of professional dementia care:
Caregiving just when you need it. In the early stages of dementia, people may only need wake-up or tuck-in services. As the disease progresses, we will work with you to expand care to meet your loved one’s needs and budget.
Respite. Dementia can take a toll on family caregivers. Our professional caregivers will provide compassionate care to your loved one while you take some much-needed time for yourself. Schedule one day a week “off” for yourself, or take a weekend getaway to refresh and recharge your energy. Meanwhile, you can be assured your loved one is secure and well cared for at home.
An expert knowledge base at your disposal. As your family member’s dementia progresses, you may have a lot of questions about what is ‘normal’ behavior. Our caregivers can share their wealth of knowledge and experience with you to ease your mind.