The realization your loved one is suffering from dementia can be agonizing. As you witness their mind deteriorating and their self-neglect, safety and quality of life become the main concern. If your loved one is suffering from dementia, you have many care options to consider. Senior care facilities such as nursing homes or assisted living centers are one option. However, because of the short comings of facilities such as these, many families are opting for in home care. Home Care Assistance of Massachusetts offers specialized in home care for seniors with dementia. Our caregivers are experienced and trained in the special needs of seniors suffering from dementia. Our specialized dementia care includes:
At Home Care Assistance of Massachusetts, we realize the need for care can arise at any time. Our dedicated Care Managers are available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week to take your call and caregivers are available to provide dementia care services immediately if needed. We provide hourly home care on an as needed basis and live-in home care with full time monitoring and personal care. Our in home dementia care services are designed to provide maximum safety and comfort for our clients and their families. In addition to our specialized dementia care, we provide assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, personal grooming, meal preparation and grocery shopping, transportation for appointments, medication administration and much more. Home Care Assistance of Massachusetts offers dementia care on a flexible schedule to meet the needs of our clients.
For seniors with dementia, remaining in their home is very important and in home care allows them to do this. Our clients and their families enjoy peace of mind knowing a professional caregiver is providing quality personal care and assistance with everyday tasks. The focus of our dementia care is to maximize client safety and make them feel as comfortable as possible. Call (781) 239-0060 now for a happier and healthier life for your loved one with dementia.