Our Specialized Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care in Vancouver
Comfort Keepers caregivers are specially trained to provide in-home memory care services
Comfort Keepers of Vancouver pays special attention to the unique needs of seniors with dementia and the needs of their families. That is why our team of care providers receive Alzheimer’s disease and dementia care training. Our care services support family caregivers who might need assistance on a part-time basis but are also available 24 hours a day to meet the advanced care needs of seniors.
Why Dementia care is different
Dementia care is different from our other care services because it focuses on the cognitive and mental needs of seniors with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory illnesses. Dementia and Alzheimer’s care includes services such as personal care, meal preparation, light housekeeping, bathing and grooming assistance, and transportation.
Before a Comfort Keepers caregiver comes into your home, a Client Care Coordinator will meet with you and your senior loved one to perform a care assessment. This includes asking questions about specific care needs, determining what times a caregiver would be needed, and getting to know the desires and preferences of your senior loved one. This assessment helps our team match your loved one with the most compatible and qualified caregiver. Once a plan of care is created, we can begin providing in-home care for your loved one.
Our services meet your exact needs
We understand that the needs of your loved one may change as their disease progresses. Our dementia care services are easily adaptable, from part-time care each week, full-time care during the week, or around the clock in-home care
Our dementia care provider s can also offer respite care, part-time care that gives family caregivers a temporary break. This temporary relief gives you time to run errands, complete work tasks, or take a vacation. As a primary caregiver, it is important that you look after your own health and well-being. Respite care can help you do that.
Whatever your loved one’s level of needs, our home care providers are here to help. To learn more about how our services can improve the quality of life for your senior loved one, please contact us online or call 604-200-7893 today! We look forward to helping you find the best senior care solution for your family.