Sometimes providing quality support at home goes beyond tending to personal care needs. For individuals living with memory loss, having someone nearby who can provide care services is essential, though more may be required. While help with keeping up with everyday tasks and routines has a beneficial impact on daily living, supervision is often needed as well to ensure safety and well-being. Seeing to it that safety measures are followed to prevent wandering, self-harm, and other dangers is an important part of caring for someone facing Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, injury or other condition that interferes with memory.
Here at Aqua Home Care, it is our commitment to match individuals seeking support at home with trusted in-home caregivers who benefit the daily lives of their clients. Peace of mind is found when families know that their loved ones are in compassionate, capable hands. Life with memory loss can induce feelings of confusion, fear, anxiety and sadness. Periods of emotional distress, restlessness and sleep disturbances can also occur. With our registry of skilled caregivers who bring patience, compassion, understanding and experience, in-home care recipients receive the personalized services they need. For those facing memory loss, trusted caregivers from our registry provide:
- Consistent routines
- Medication reminders
- Assistance with daily tasks
- And more
One’s safety and well-being should be protected and preserved, especially when fading memory makes it difficult to do so independently. When essential living routines begin to fall through the cracks and safety concerns arise, seeking help may be necessary. Our Aqua Home Care team mindfully matches individuals with caregivers who see to it that meals are prepared and offered regularly, personal hygiene is maintained and concerning behaviors such as wandering are prevented. If you have a loved one who would benefit from these services, please give us a call. We are available any time, day or night, so that your loved one can receive the in-home care services they need and deserve.