Alzheimer's disease doesn't only affect the family member with the condition. Alzheimer's impacts whole families. Coping with this progressive condition requires boundless quantities of patience, empathy and love. Professional caregiving provides individualized homecare for your loved one and gives you back some time to recharge. Our specially trained Alzheimer's CAREGivers offer an expanded array of services to your loved one:
Call us at (760) 303-5073 to learn more about the ways our specialized Alzheimer's caregiving can help your family member continue to enjoy life in their familiar home environment.
Alzheimer's disease is a type of dementia, but not all dementias are Alzheimer's disease. If your loved one has been diagnosed with dementia, vascular dementia, sudden-onset dementia, Lewy Body Disease (dementia with Lewy bodies) or any other type of cognitive impairment, we can help. A professional CAREGiver from Home Instead Senior Care of Palm Desert, CA can help your loved one with dementia stay safe and happy at home.
A few of the benefits of professional dementia care:
24 hour home care provides older adults with full-time, around-the-clock care. Those living with dementia or who are homebound due to physical limitations benefit greatly from 24 hour care. Families enjoy peace of mind knowing caregivers are diligently monitoring safety, attending to daily needs and providing compassionate companionship.
Faith Home care aides help seniors feel positive about their appearance through bathing, grooming, and hygiene assistance. Bathing not only cleanses the skin but goes deeper to refresh the spirit, provide relaxation, and stimulate circulation. Our Caregivers are trained to lessen any embarrassment or discomfort.
Mobility assistance helps seniors maintain as active a lifestyle as possible when considering their ages, abilities, and overall health. There are many physical health benefits of keeping the senior mobile, including lowering blood pressure, improving digestion and sleep, increasing energy and stamina, and strengthening the heart. our caregivers also accompany the client on a short walk, and provide encouragement and reminders to complete prescribed exercises.
Faith Home care aides work to maintain the dignity and self-esteem of seniors and other adult clients as they assist with daily living activities. Through this caring approach, caregivers help lessen the embarrassment clients may feel associated with incontinence and need for toileting assist
Our home care services experts are trained to move and place clients in correct posture positions to promote health and safety. Proper transferring and positioning from or into beds and chairs eliminates pressure areas on the skin, reduces weakening and stiffening of muscles, and encourages proper breathing, digestion, and elimination.
Some clients need help feeding themselves, and the loss of independent eating can be hard to accept. Our caregivers understand this and are particularly sensitive, making the extra effort that can turn mealtime into a more enjoyable social time. In addition, Caregivers will help ensure that their clients stay on prescribed diets to prevent or control a wide variety of medical conditions such as heart disease, high blood pressure, or diabetes.
Our certified care givers provide clients companionship, for instance through conversation or when they sit down to share a meal. Social contact such as this is proven to enhance seniors' health, happiness, and quality of life. We make sure to encourage it in all of our home care services.
Many seniors do not have the ability to shop for groceries and fix a well-balanced meal. Comfort Keepers can prepare hot, delicious, nutritious meals based on their clients' preferences to help them get the proper nutrition they need. Clients may help with meal preparation as their abilities permit.
Recovering from home after surgery can limit you with your daily activities. Whether you are recovering from major surgery, childbirth, or plastic surgery, our compassionate caregivers can assist you to a healthy and complete recovery
Faith Home care aides will tend to the laundry either at their clients' homes or a laundry facility, and will wash, dry, fold, iron, and put clothing away. We work to ensure that each client's laundry is done according to his or her preferences.
Our light housekeeping services cover most domestic tasks. Often seniors are able and want to join their caregivers in housework, which can help them feel useful and needed. These tasks include vacuuming, dusting, sweeping and mopping floors, and cleaning bathrooms and kitchens. Please be advised that our home care services do not include outdoor cleaning or maintenance.
Faith Home care aides will shop for groceries at the stores their clients prefer and run errands such as picking up prescriptions or going to the post office. Clients may choose to stay home or come along and help with the shopping and errands as an excellent way to stay active and engaged.
Our caregivers can provide incidental transportation for clients, allowing them the freedom to go shopping and attend other activities or get to medical appointments, the barbershop or beauty salon, and other places the senior chooses. Getting a senior out and about is good for the senior's mind, body, and spirit.
Our Caregivers can not administer senior care medications, they can help ensure that clients take their own medications as prescribed. Our caregivers can assist with opening medication containers, reading labels, and reminding their clients when it is time to take a dose
Arthritis, physical disabilities, and age-related conditions are some of the few circumstances that prevent patients from caring for themselves. Our caregivers can assist you with daily tasks such as mobility, eating, exercising, and grooming.
Skilled Nursing/RNs perform patient evaluations, including monitoring and tracking vital signs, clinical procedures such as IV placement, phlebotomy, and administering medications. In the home, your nurse will monitor your progress and keep in contact with your physician to make sure that your treatment protocols are appropriate.