Memory Care

“Let the past be content with itself, for man needs forgetfulness as well as memory” - Joseph Stephens

WE CAN HELPmother memory care

Do you have questions or concerns about your loved one’s memory loss and changing behavior? We are here to help.

Our Caregivers Training Include:

  • Daily Plan of Care for People with Dementia
  • Enhancing Daily Life
  • The Journey of Dementia
  • The Art of Caregiving
  • Progression of Dementia – Seeing Gems Not Just Loss
  • It’s All In Your Approach
  • Filling the Day With Meaning
  • Orientation Therapy
  • Validation Therapy
  • Reminiscence Therapy
  • Physical and Exercise Activity
  • Nutrition
  • Music and Art
  • And more…

 Our A-Team of Caregivers are trained in handling:

  • Memory Loss and Confusion
  • Anger and Aggression
  • Anxiety and Agitation
  • Abusive Behaviors
  • Depression
  • Hallucinations
  • Sleep Issues
  • Sun-downing
  • Paranoia and Delusions
  • Wandering Behavior
  • Repetitive Behavior
  • And more…

 Your loved ones safety is important to us. We recommend:

  • Medication Safety
  • Home and Hazardous Materials Safety
  • Fall Prevention in the Home
  • Fire and Safety
  • Driving Safety
  • Use of Personal Emergency and Safety Alert System
  • And more…

The underlying cause of memory loss and confusion is the progressive damage to the brain caused by Alzheimer’s disease.

To date, there are no medications that can stop Alzheimer’s or the damage to the brain cells. Some may slow the progression of the disease or reduce symptoms for a limited time.

In some situations, such as living condition or changes in living arrangements, other medical issues or certain infections can sometimes cause the symptoms to get worse.

It is recommended that any time there is a sudden change in behavior, it is important to see a doctor to rule out other causes.