Coming to terms with the onset of a loved one's dementia poses many questions for any family. Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia are progressive mental disorders that make it harder for patients to participate in everyday activities, hence the need for assistance. Nonetheless, many elderly patients, including those living with the early stages of dementia, would rather not move out of their home to an assisted-living facility or nursing home. To promote active thinking and help your loved ones live the fullest life possible, home care presents the best solution, and it tends to be far more affordable than the alternatives.
The Importance of Communication
Here at SYNERGY HomeCare, our caregivers are trained and experienced in communicating with those living with dementia. Our professional and compassionate team of experts will help enormously to relieve any pressure on your family and offer family caregivers the respite they need to carry on with their lives. Our home care-givers strive to set a positive mood and encourage active thinking. They have experience dealing with changing moods and other common symptoms experienced by dementia patients. Their training has equipped them with understanding how to properly handle troubling behavior.
Customizing Your Care Plan
Dementia comes in many different forms, all of which can progress in a variety of ways. We see each and every one of our clients as individuals with distinct requirements of their own. Therefore, we understand the importance of offering customized care plans to help your family better live with a loved one's dementia. We can offer everything from flexible hourly care to live-in care for patients who are no longer capable of living independently. Other services our caregivers can provide include personal assistance, running daily errands, light housekeeping, gardening and companionship.
To ensure only the very best level of service, we carry out extensive background checks on all of our caregivers before hiring them. Additionally, our team participates in ongoing education programs, staying current on any new caring techniques. Our goal is to help your family better understand dementia, while offering you the peace of mind in knowing that your loved one is receiving all of the care they need.
Call us today to make an appointment for a free, no-obligation consultation if you're looking for quality dementia assisted-living in Marmora, NJ.