Being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and then taking precautionary measures for it in time is a sure way to prevent your health from deteriorating further.
In the early stages of Alzheimer’s, the patient’s condition is still functional. However, as the disease progresses, it becomes worse. In turn, his/her ability to perform everyday tasks will begin to diminish. Then it becomes inevitable to provide the patient with practical help and care.
Caring for Alzheimer’s requires a great amount of patience and flexibility on the part of the caretaker. Our Alzheimer’s care is equipped with just that. We train our caretakers to maintain a high level of accuracy and stability as they tend to those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
Make wise schedules: The patient becomes frustrated when everyday life becomes difficult for them. Our caretakers formulate a routine to make each day for the patient less confusing. They schedule and regulate difficult tasks such as bathing, medical appointments, and much more.
Helping the patient decide: The caretaker provides a number of options to the patient to make everyday decisions so that when there is a task at hand, the patient can maintain their caliber with proper guidance with regards to decision making.
Lesson distractions and improve interaction: Suffering from Alzheimer’s may lead the patient to loose their demeanor and their ability to interact with things and people around them. To resolve this problem, our trained caretakers are taught just the right way to keep the patient on line. For instance, losing their focus while eating is common in Alzheimer patients but with a caretaker, they will have someone to prevent this.
A great deal of flexibility is purposefully instilled in our skilled caretakers to cater to the needs of your loved one suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.