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San Diego County Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

As a senior moves through the stages of Alzheimer's disease, their mental and physical abilities change in significant ways. Salus offers hourly dementia home care in San Diego County, around the clock non-medical support, home health, concierge nursing, palliative care and Medicare certified hospice care for patients with Alzheimer's so the needs of seniors are always met and care is catered to the individual through every stage in life.
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San Diego Alzheimer's and Dementia Services Provided:

San Diego Alzheimer's and Dementia Services Provided:

  • Professional Supervision that Minimizes Wandering or Sundowner’s Syndrome
  • Assistance Maintaining Independence, and with ADLs and IADLs
  • Companionship to Help Combat Loneliness for Homebound Seniors
  • Fall Prevention Care Planning
  • Consistent Care to Foster Trust and Reduce Harmful Behaviors
  • Hourly or Overnight Respite Support for Family Caregivers

Alzheimer’s and dementia care in San Diego County is provided in the patient’s home to support independence and a higher quality of life. Family caregivers find it easier to support seniors with Alzheimer’s in their goal of remaining safe and comfortable at home with this level of care in place. Our experienced in home memory caregivers develop meaningful relationships with their patients, building trust and confidence so the senior with dementia feels comfortable accepting assistance and supervision.

Salus Homecare of San Diego’s dementia caregivers provide medication reminders, schedule medical visits and accompany seniors to doctor’s appointments so the senior is not left alone in unfamiliar surroundings. They also offer companionship, assistance with preparing healthy meals and encouragement to remain active. This is the beauty of Alzheimer’s care at home in San Diego. It is individualized support that oftentimes helps to slow mental and physical decline associated with Alzheimer’s disease. The result is that seniors remain more independent and engaged in life throughout every stage of dementia.

Our caregiver was outstanding! She was here when my wife died! I don’t know what I would have done if she wasn’t here then. She “took over” and knew just what to do! She made the calls to get the right people here and she made my wife look so nice when we spent the last few moments with her! We appreciate everything that she did!

Joann R. November 18, 2020

Everyone at Salus was extremely responsive and eager to help and that made our experience so much better during a difficult time.

Leone M. January 7, 2020

San Diego Alzheimer's and Dementia Care FAQ's

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Salus Homecare of San Diego professional dementia caregivers are training on the latest innovations in Alzheimer’s and dementia care. They help seniors navigate feelings of frustration, confusion and anger with patience, redirection and positive reinforcement. Our memory care professionals develop strong relationships with patients and work closely with family members to understand and implement effective strategies for the individual and create an impactful dementia care plan.

The answer to this depends on your dad’s condition and needs and the specifics of his policy. A good place to start is with an assessment with one of our knowledgeable care managers. Salus Homecare of San Diego has Care Managers on call 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, ready to assist you in better understanding your dad’s policy and creating a plan of care that helps him to get the most out of it. We also file claims to assist our patients and can handle many communications with your long term care insurance broker.  

Yes, one of the benefits of choosing Salus Homecare of San Diego is that we offer a continuum of care including hourly home care, overnight caregiver support, 24-hour in home care, home health services, palliative care and Medicare certified hospice care. This means that your loved one can continue to receive services even if their needs advance, and you won’t need to look for a new care provider if your goal is to keep your loved one safe and comfortable at home.

Other Home Care Services Salus Offers

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ADLs

Activities of daily living are essential day-to-day tasks involved in meeting basic hygiene, ambulation, and nutritional needs.

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

Instrumental activities of daily living include household management and lifestyle related tasks that support an independent lifestyle.

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

Support that makes it easier for family members to continue their role as care providers for their spouses, aging parents or other loved ones.

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