We at Comfort Keepers of Winnipeg understand the difficulties that many family caregivers have when caring for an older loved one who has been diagnosed with cognitive impairment, and we are here to assist you. Many clients use our Alzheimer’s care services, and we have years of experience working with seniors who are suffering from worsening cognitive problems. We understand the disease, its symptoms, how it affects behavior, and how each person’s sickness may proceed differently. Please call us at (204)-488-4600 to speak to one of our care professionals.
If your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, arranging specialized dementia care with Comfort Keepers may be the best approach to ensure that they have the maximum quality of life possible without having to contemplate moving to a long-term care facility. Many studies have indicated that staying in familiar surroundings helps to prevent cognitive deterioration. A stressful shift to an unfamiliar facility can often induce dementia symptoms and exacerbate the situation.
On the other hand, our dedicated caregivers are highly educated to provide specialized in-home memory care and will do everything possible to alleviate symptoms and limit the disease’s progression. We involve elders with dementia in preferred recreational activities, give mental stimulation, and assist with numerous daily routines that are necessary for them to live a better, healthier life at home.
How We Can Assist with Dementia Care
Before a new Comfort Keeper joins our team, we extensively screen all applicants to ensure that they already possess the most critical caring characteristics: empathy, compassion, trustworthiness, and a commitment to go above and beyond when assisting individuals in need. Many Comfort Keepers caregivers choose to get certificates in specialized memory and Alzheimer’s care and work with those who need our aid the most after joining our local team, in addition to industry-leading obligatory training.
Furthermore, all of our senior care programs have an Interactive Caregiving component that is specifically tailored to the client’s symptoms and needs. We’ll learn about your loved one’s likes and dislikes, as well as the things that bring them joy. The idea is to develop a deep bond with your partner. Through activities that promote physical and mental wellness, we will keep them engaged in their own care.
For example, our caregivers can play your loved one’s favorite music, listen to childhood memories, and accompany them on daily walks around the block, among other things. We can keep your mum or dad’s independence and quality of life for much longer than expected by using this holistic, proactive approach to care.
Schedule Your Free Consultation Today!
Does a senior loved one in the Winnipeg area require memory care services? It may be tough for your loved one to go about their daily routine due to a variety of setbacks. To learn more about Alzheimer’s care and to schedule your free consultation with Comfort Keepers, call our Winnipeg office at (204)-488-4600.