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Salus Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

As your loved one walks through the stages of Alzheimer's disease, their needs will likely change in significant ways. Salus offers hourly home care, around the clock non-medical support, home health, concierge nursing, palliative and hospice care to continue to meet the needs of seniors with dementia safely and comfortably at home.
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Alzheimer's and Dementia Services Provided:

Alzheimer's and Dementia Services Provided:

  • Supervision to Prevent Wandering or Cope with Sundowner’s Syndrome
  • Encouragement and Support with ADLs and IADLs
  • Companionship and Mental and Social Engagement
  • Personalized Fall Prevention Care Planning
  • Relationship Building to Foster Trust and Reduce Negative Behaviors
  • Respite Support for Family Caregivers

Alzheimer’s and dementia care at home is provided by Salus Homecare to give family caregivers support and make it easier for seniors to remain safe in familiar surroundings as Alzheimer’s disease progresses. Our professional caregivers develop meaningful relationships with patients and their family members, building trust and making it easier for the senior to feel comfortable accepting the help that they need.

Salus Homecare’s non-medical caregivers remind seniors to take important medications, help to schedule doctor’s visits and can accompany seniors to medical facilities when they’re seeking medical care. They also offer companionship and encourage the senior to eat healthy foods and engage in activity. In this way, our dementia caregivers oftentimes help to slow the mental and physical decline of Alzheimer’s disease, encouraging seniors to remain more independent and engaged in life for a longer period of time.

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Alzheimer's and Dementia Care FAQ's

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Salus Homecare employs experienced non-medical caregivers with specialized training in Alzheimer’s and dementia. Our professional caregivers provide supervision and care for seniors with Alzheimer’s. In addition, many of our locations offer Medicare certified home health care, palliative care and accredited hospice care so if your loved one’s dementia care needs increase, we can continue to provide the right level of Alzheimer’s support at home. This means you won’t have to shop for a new home care provider or move your loved one to a facility in the later stages of the illness if your goal is to maintain consistent, quality care at home.

Salus Homecare can create a personalized dementia care plan for your mom that provides her with support in the areas where she needs help and reminders, encouragement, or supervision when she’s able to remain independent. It is always our goal to encourage seniors with Alzheimer’s to remain independent and only increase care when they need more help for safety or comfort.

As with all of our services, dementia support at home is designed to benefit families and empower you to maintain the schedule you want and need to keep. Our dementia care services are available anytime of day or night, and many of our non-medical caregivers have specialized knowledge and training in helping seniors to remain safe when wandering or Sundowner’s Syndrome is of concern.

Other Home Care Services Salus Offers

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ADLs or Activities of Daily Living

ADLs are fundamental daily life tasks. They lend themselves to safety, hygiene, health and independence. If it is not possible to complete tasks alone, home care support benefits the senior.

  • Bathing & Dressing
  • Personal Hygiene & Toileting
  • Ambulation
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IADLs

Tasks that promote independence in the community. These tasks are not essential for daily functioning in the way that ADLs are, but they do help a person to remain independent and maintain a higher quality of life.

  • Transportation & Running Errands
  • Meal Preparation
  • Housekeeping
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Respite Care

Professional respite care ensures that seniors have the support and supervision they need at home, giving family members freedom to step away to work, travel or relax.

  • Supervision & Socialization
  • Consistent Care
  • Breaks for Loved Ones
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