Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care in Royal Oak, MI
Seniors and their families can now get in-home Dementia care and Alzheimer’s care from Comfort Keepers
There is no need to struggle on your own caring for a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s. It was not that long ago that caring for a loved one yourself or placing them in a facility were your only options for dementia care or Alzheimer’s care. Many families felt isolated and torn apart by some of the difficult choices they felt forced to make. You may have been told that a facility is the only way to keep your loved one safe. While most of these facilities are wonderful places, there is still no place like being in your own home. Comfort Keepers of Royal Oak, MI believes it is not necessary to send seniors to facilities, and in fact, many of our client's age in place comfortably where they are most at home, in their homes.
Comfort Keepers Understand Alzheimer’s and Dementia
The key to successfully keeping your loved at home to age in place is to hire professionals who truly understand Alzheimer’s and dementia and can provide the care and support you and your loved one need in order to be successful. You are not alone, we are not just there to help your loved one with dementia care or Alzheimer’s care, we are there to help the family understand the changes their loved one is going through. We also add our special Interactive Care to our programs, which can help your loved one maintain their level of mental health longer. Our caregivers take the time to get to know your loved one and spend time with them doing the things they love most. This could be gardening, dancing, going for walks or making dinner. Caregiver and client may spend time doing puzzles or playing games, all designed to keep their body and mind active.
We Can Help You and Your Senior Thrive
If you are confused and not sure how to best help your senior suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia, let us help with our unique interactive programs. Contact us online anytime or give us a call at (248) 236-5627 to learn more and ask any questions you might have. You can also schedule a free in-home consultation where we can show you what dementia care and Alzheimer’s care in the home might look like and show you have aging in place is still possible for your loved one.
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