Dementia and Alzheimer’s Home Care Providers
Short Visits or Alzheimer’s live-in help around the clock?
you can determine the appropriate level of in-home care for dementia.
Senior Nannies matches clients with highly qualified and carefully screened Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers to provide in-home support for adults diagnosed with memory loss and cognitive decline. The overriding goal is to facilitate a familiar life that preserves your senior parent, spouse, or other loved one’s dignity and independence and supports his or her normal activities of daily living with patience, compassion and understanding.
“For all my baby boomer friends struggling
with how to find the right help or care for
your aging parents, I have the perfect
company to help you! Senior Nannies was
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— Dani E.
The qualified, experienced and prescreened dementia and Alzheimer’s home caregivers match will we can refer to you can make it possible for your loved one to remain in the comfort, familiarity, and security of his or her own household as long as possible. Home care for Alzheimer’s can be provided on a part-time basis—typically 4 to 6 hours a day or more—which is often all that is needed in the earlier stages of cognitive decline. More information about Alzheimer’s disease can be found by visiting the Alzheimer’s Association.
Dementia Home Care. Alzheimer’s Home Care.
Personalized Care Matching Special Needs of Individuals with Cognitive Decline.
Dementia and Alzheimer’s home care service providers help your spouse, parent or other loved one cope with the challenges of his or her disease by facilitating and assisting with daily activities and providing interpersonal, cognitive and physical stimulation. Non-medical services associated with home care for dementia and Alzheimer’s include:
- • Companionship – interpersonal cognitive stimulation, facilitation of physical activity, and intervention for loneliness and depression
- • Personal care assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as hygiene/bathing/grooming, transferring/positioning, mobility/walking, toileting/incontinence, and eating
- • Personal care assistance with instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) such as meal planning, cooking, light housekeeping, laundry, pet and plant care, transportation, errands, shopping, doctor and other appointments
For more information on non-medical in-home personal care, visit the Home Care Services section of this website.
If medically necessary skilled nursing care for a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s is required, Senior Nannies can also refer skilled licensed practical nurses (LPNs) and registered nurses (RNs) who have experience with the special needs of individuals with dementia or Alzheimer’s to provide in-home health care. For more information on medical home care, visit the Skilled Nursing Services section of this website.
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To engage the best part-time (hourly/shift/overnight) or full-time, live-in home caregiver professionally and personally matched to your loved one’s circumstances and needs and a great fit on a personal level, call 1-800-748-2129 or click here.