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The Benefits of Memory Care for Those Living with Dementia

Is it time to consider memory care for your loved one? Dementia patients face a wide range of challenges unique to their condition, making specialized care essential. Memory care services address these challenges and help dementia patients retain as much of their independence as possible.                   

Benefits of Memory Care

While those with mild cognitive impairment may be able to live independently with a little extra assistance, those with more severe cases of dementia require around-the-clock assistance and hands-on help. Memory care provides dementia patients with 24/7 care, helping to keep them safe while assisting with the activities of daily living, providing companionship, and engaging them with activities.

Some of the benefits of memory care include:

  • Safety- There comes a time when dementia patients simply cannot be left alone for their own safety. It's not uncommon for dementia patients to wander, leave the stove on, or mistake objects. In-home memory care, can bring peace of mind that your loved one is safe.
  • Hygiene- Our care service providers help to ensure the personal hygiene of your loved one. This includes everything from assistance with bathing, toileting, brushing teeth, brushing hair, shaving, and haircuts to changing linens and incontinence items.
  • Less stress on family caregivers- Caring for a loved one with dementia is a full time job, and it can be taxing. Utilizing memory care services can ease your burden dramatically, allowing you to spend more quality time with your loved one.
  • Companionship-Whether living at home with full-time memory care services or at a residential memory care facility, your loved one will likely form a bond with his or her caregivers. Keeping your loved one socially connected can be beneficial to their memory care. It's often comforting to dementia patients to have someone nearby, whether actively engaged in a conversation or simply helping with the laundry. For family members, knowing that someone is caring for your loved one around the clock is reassuring.

Caring for a loved one with dementia can be challenging, but you don't have to do it alone. Fortunately, dementia care services have evolved to provide expert assistance and companionship to those suffering with dementia.

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