Specialized Care

In-Home Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care in Edmond & Oklahoma City

Dementia and its many forms, including Alzheimer’s Disease, is a complex condition that affects memory, cognitive function, and physical health. Caring for a loved one with dementia can take a toll on family caregivers’ physical and emotional well-being. Due to the progressive nature of dementia, family members must plan for advancing care needs as time goes by. Consider professional in-home memory care in Edmond and Oklahoma City from Senior Care At Home. We support people living with dementia with a one-on-one professional caregiver and a care plan designed to optimize safety, health, and quality of life. Home care can be a great option for people living with dementia to help them remain in a familiar physical and sensory environment and surrounded by familiar possessions, memories, and even pets. There’s no place like the comfort and familiarity of home for a person with dementia.

Experienced Dementia Caregivers Promote Quality of Life

Our dementia caregivers are experienced professionals. They participate in ongoing training specific to caring for people with dementia, including Alzheimer’s Disease. Our goal is to provide the highest quality care with the expertise required for a successful in-home care experience.

Cognitive Engagement Can Slow the Progression of Cognitive Decline

The personal attention by a professional, trained in-home dementia caregiver is unmatched in any memory care setting. In addition to assisting with activities of daily living, we help our clients with dementia engage in meaningful activities and cognitive stimulation. Having fun and maintaining a sense of calmness and a sense of purpose can be part of every day. We focus on lifestyle factors that promote healthy aging and quality of life, including physical activity and social and cognitive engagement.

We explore what works best for your loved one.

Engaging activities can include:

  • Hobbies
  • Crafts
  • Playing games and other creative play
  • Putting together puzzles
  • Folding laundry
  • Sorting objects
  • Listening to music, singing along
  • Reminiscing through conversation
  • Looking through photos
  • Taking a walk
  • Stretching and balance exercises
senior father with adult son in family

Familiar Caregivers Maintain Consistency and Trust

While engaging in new activities and challenges promotes a healthy brain, we know that routine, structure, and familiarity are comforting to people experiencing cognitive decline. Our goal is to match the best caregiver to meet your loved one’s needs and create a consistent schedule with the same person, or minimal consistent people in the home. Being present every day helps our team stay on top of changes in health and care needs as well as building a familiar presence to maximize your loved one’s comfort. Our caregivers form relationships with our clients while attending to their daily needs. In addition, they provide medication reminders, prepare meals, and encourage healthy activity to decrease instances of depression, mood swings and the feeling of isolation that individuals with dementia often face.

Give us a call today for more information: 405-285-4191