Dementia care

Care of those with dementia (memory loss and cognitive impairment) is our specialty. Whether your loved one has Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, Lewy body dementia, Parkinson’s dementia or any one of the many, many conditions that cause thinking and memory disorders, we can help.

With a thorough assessment we can assist you in developing a plan of care so your relative has dignity and as much independence as can be safely arranged. We focus on quality of life for the client, and supporting family members who are also going through their own challenging times. Misdiagnoses are common with dementia. Put our experience to work for you to be sure that your loved one receives the best care available for their specific condition.

For those with fewer needs, we can also do ad hoc caregiver coaching sessions to help families address specific behavioral issues or distress within the family concerning dementia care.

Give us a call at (210) 492-1224 or schedule a free get-acquainted call with one of our specialists to learn more about our services.

Dementia topics we can help you with:

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Difficult behaviors

From wandering to emotional outbursts, caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease, traumatic brain injury, or some other type of dementia, can be very challenging. With over 140 years of collective experience, our staff can help you create an environment that reduces problematic behaviors. We can also teach you strategies for redirecting aggression and irrational actions.

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Financial protections

People with dementia often lose their good judgement. They can make unwise financial decisions. They also fall prey to financial abuse by fraudsters who can bilk them out of thousands of dollars. Let us help you give your loved one the autonomy they need while also instituting protections to safeguard their resources.

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Driving the car

Taking away the keys… It’s every family’s worst nightmare. But letting a loved one drive when they shouldn’t is also difficult. We can help you assess relative safety and guide you with strategies or resources to provide appropriate independence. When changes bring safety into question, we can also offer help to transition your loved one to driving retirement.

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Safety at home

Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias are often progressive. In the early stage, it may be quite safe for your relative to live on their own. As the condition gets worse, however, they need more supervision. Eventually 24/7. That can be from a spouse or family member. But often the demands are more than one person can do day-and-night ongoingly. We help you assess your loved one’s ability to safely live independently. We also consider the health and stamina of any family caregivers. Based on our assessment, we can help you build a support team with suggestions for local services that can extend the period your loved one can safely live at home. Or make recommendations for the best memory care in San Antonio.

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Support for families

There is a reason researchers chose dementia family caregivers for stress and coping studies. Caring for a person with dementia is incredibly stressful! From the sadness of watching your loved one decline, to frustration as they accuse you of stealing, we are here to support you through this. Together we can build a support network. You don’t have to go through this alone.

For more information about our dementia care services, schedule a free get-acquainted call.

Or give us a call at (210) 492-1224.

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