After a dementia diagnosis, families often question their loved one’s future quality of life and cognitive abilities. Although there is no way to predict the severity of dementia symptoms and when they will arise, there are ways to delay the onset of memory loss and better manage confusion, wandering, and feelings of anxiety. Our trained dementia caregivers achieve a sense of comfort for their senior clients by:
Home care isn’t just a one time service, it’s a long-term relationship that will determine how your loved one lives his or her day-to-day life. To ensure peace of mind with our dementia care services, our caregivers take careful CareNotes to track daily activities and changes and Care Managers conduct regular quality assurance visits and report back to families so there is never any confusion about the level of care being provided. Care Managers are also on call 24/7 to modify care schedules, answer questions, or simply offer a listening ear. We’re here to help
Interested in scheduling your complimentary, no-obligation consultation? Call (647) 992 0224 and learn why Home Care Assistance of Waterloo and Kitchener is the trusted name in in-home dementia care.
Before settling on a particular caregiver, it’s important to get to know them on a personal level and take the time to ask the agency a few fundamental questions regarding your loved one’s care.