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Orange County Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

As a senior moves through the stages of Alzheimer's disease, their needs often change in significant ways. Salus offers hourly dementia home care in Orange County, around the clock non-medical support, home health, concierge nursing, palliative care and Medicare certified hospice care so the needs of seniors with dementia are always met in a way that promotes dignity and trust.
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Orange County Alzheimer's and Dementia Services Provided:

Orange County Alzheimer's and Dementia Services Provided:

  • Supervision to Minimize Wandering or Sundowner’s Syndrome
  • Support with Maintaining Independence, ADLs and IADLs
  • Companionship, Conversation and Friendship
  • Fall Prevention Strategies and Care Planning
  • Consistent Care to Foster Trust and Reduce Negative Behaviors
  • Hourly Respite Support for Family Caregivers

Alzheimer’s and dementia care in Orange County is provided in the senior’s home to support family caregivers and make it easier for seniors with Alzheimer’s to remain safe in familiar surroundings. Our experienced in home caregivers develop meaningful relationships with seniors, building trust so the senior feels comfortable accepting the assistance that they need.

Salus Homecare of Orange County’s non-medical caregivers provide medication reminders, schedule doctor’s visits and accompany seniors to medical facilities so the senior is never alone in unfamiliar surroundings. They also offer companionship, encouraging seniors with dementia to consume healthy foods and remain active. This is the beauty of dementia care at home. It is personalized support and oftentimes helps to slow mental and physical decline associated with Alzheimer’s disease, so seniors remain more independent and engaged in life throughout the stages of dementia.

Our caregiver was very knowledgeable and at each visit thought of different ways to keep my husband engaged and active. She was always enthusiastic and ready to try new things.

Jerry K. March 10, 2021

The physical therapist was very kind, practical and knowledgeable.

Doreen E. Orange County March 1, 2021

Orange County Dementia Care FAQ's

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Salus Homecare of Orange County’s experienced dementia caregivers have specialized training in many different age-related conditions, including Alzheimer’s and dementia. They regularly provide supervision and care for Orange County seniors who are prone to wandering. Many find that the right plan of care can even reduce instances of wandering and help to keep the senior safer. Our memory care services are available full time, part time and as part of our respite program, and dementia care services can increase to include Salus home health, palliative care or hospice care in Orange County should your loved one’s needs increase.

Our caregivers help many seniors to remain safe and comfortable through the changes that Alzheimer’s disease brings, including Sundowner’s Syndrome. We are available to assist your family in the evening and overnight hours, so you can rest easier knowing that your mom is safe and supervised. Our Orange County dementia caregivers also follow a personalized plan of care that can keep your mom engaged and active during daytime hours which often reduces instances of Sundowner’s Syndrome.

Yes, our Orange County case managers are happy to assist with claims filing and the creation of a detailed care plan in order to help your dad get the most out of his long term care insurance policy. We are experts in this area and have a high approval record when filing claims for dementia care at home and other in home care needs.

Other Home Care Services Salus Offers

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ADLs

The fundamental tasks that we must all complete on a daily basis. When these tasks cannot be completed independently, help is necessary for health, safety and quality of life.

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

Tasks that allow individuals to remain independent within their communities. While these tasks are not essential for fundamental functioning, they are necessary if aginig in place is the goal.

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

A program designed to support family caregivers. Respite care provides much needed breaks so family caregivers can focus on their own needs knowing their loved one is safe and secure.

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