Golden Heart offers specialty Dementia Care and Alzheimer’s Care to Seniors in the greater Mason and Dayton, OH area struggling with various forms of dementia.
Statistics revealing the increasing incidence of Alzheimer’s disease and similar forms of dementia are staggering. Families are too often faced with the reality of assuming day to day supervision of dementia-related illnesses. Protective Alzheimer’s care and dementia care for family members can be a challenge, particularly with individuals who gradually transform from a lifetime of independence to an increasingly needy existence. The lives of family members are often disrupted with responsibilities of dementia or Alzheimer’s care. These duties can exist for years as the disease takes its course.
In the earlier stages of Alzheimer’s disease, most people do well in their own familiar environment, adhering to a near-normal routine with reminders for basic activities of daily living. Usually, families can oversee this initial period of Alzheimer’s care. However, the time will come when more concentrated supervision is advised. It is during this time that hiring a Companion-Care aide is a wonderful solution to maintaining the individual in their own home while providing for their safety and well-being. Golden Heart Senior Care trains our dementia experts to provide dementia and Alzheimer’s care in specific “best practice” methods. These include communicating and caring for folks with dementia. This kind of dementia care assures a safe, secure, and comfortable lifestyle for our clients, and the all-important peace of mind for their families. With reduced stress and anxiety, families can once again have a meaningful relationship in a somewhat modified way, but with significant improvements from the days when they were the sole providers of care.
For those who are currently providing care, we invite you to join our “Caregiver Support Forum.” Here you will find helpful suggestions and guidance in meeting your day to day dementia care responsibilities. Also, please look at our Partners page for suggested resources and helpful advice on dementia related topics.