Dementia Care and Alzheimer’s Care At Home in Fargo, ND
Professional support for seniors and their families at home from experts in dementia care and Alzheimer's care
We understand that it is difficult to watch the people that have cared and loved you for you all of your life as they lose their cognitive abilities. Perhaps the biggest struggle of all is the thought of selling up their home and their life and putting them in a facility. It is for this reason that Comfort Keepers of Fargo, ND has worked hard to be able to provide you and your loved one with professional dementia and Alzheimer’s care. No one should have to make that decision when there are alternatives that allow your loved one to age in place in the family home. Our dementia care combines all the latest research and knowledge about the how these diseases affect behavior, what symptoms to expect, and how it will progress, with the latest technology that helps your loved one to remain happy, safe, and most important of all thrive.
How Our Caregivers are Redefining Care for Those That Suffer from Dementia & Alzheimer’s
Our dementia care starts with creating a safe home, which entails understanding the stage of the condition your loved one is at, as well as what types of safety technology should be put in place. Along with a customized Alzheimer’s care plan and our special Interactive caregiving system we can ensure that your loved one will get the best care possible while aging in place in their own home. Interactive care means that our caregivers are carefully matched with each of their clients and that they work to develop a relationship with the senior. They get to know each client on a personal level, as well as what they like and dislike, and use that information to develop a plan that includes mental and physical stimulation. These types of activities can help to improve cognition for your loved one. We also provide lots of support for loved ones during the progression of this difficult disease.
Learn More About How We Can Help You Keep Your Loved One at Home
It might be hard to believe, but it is no longer necessary to place your loved one in a care facility if they have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Let us show you how Alzheimer’s care has changed and what we can do to enhance your loved one’s life. Contact us online anytime or give us a call at (701) 297-2431 to learn more about our dementia care and to schedule a free in-home consultation where we can show you how our technology and caregivers can make it possible for your loved one to age in place.
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