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San Fernando Valley Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

As Alzheimer's disease progresses, the senior's physical, emotional and cognitive needs often increase. Salus offers hourly dementia home care in San Fernando Valley and around the clock non-medical support to help meet these changing needs. Our dementia care makes home safer and helps to improve quality of life.
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San Fernando Valley Alzheimer's and Dementia Services:

San Fernando Valley Alzheimer's and Dementia Services:

  • Supervision to Minimize Wandering or Cope with Sundowner’s Syndrome
  • Support that Can Help to Slow Declines
  • Companionship and Conversation to Promote Dignity and Quality of Life
  • Fall Prevention Care Planning
  • Consistent Care to Create Trust and Reduce Negative Behaviors
  • Hourly Respite Support for Family Caregivers with Loved Ones with Dementia

Alzheimer’s and dementia care in San Fernando Valley is provided at home to support seniors and family caregivers. Professional dementia care makes it easier for seniors with Alzheimer’s to remain safe and enjoy the comforts of home. Our experienced in home caregivers bond with seniors, building trust and instilling confidence so the senior feels comfortable accepting the assistance that they need.

Salus Homecare of San Fernando Valley’s professional caregivers provide non-medical support including medication reminders, assistance schedule doctor’s visits and companionship when seniors visit doctor’s offices or other medical facilities. Dementia caregivers also offer companionship, encourage seniors to consume healthy foods and support seniors so they can safely remain active. This is the beauty of dementia care at home. It is personalized, and oftentimes, it helps to slow mental and physical decline associated with Alzheimer’s disease.

OT and nursing always arrived on time. Clear communication when scheduling the next appointments and arrived at that time…Everyone was very friendly and respectful of the home…

Tyler F. March 2, 2021

We felt extremely lucky to have such caring, encouraging and stellar people assisting my mother.
Her nurse, was very thorough and attentive, her physical therapist was more amazing than we can mention… major encourager, listened to all mom’s concerns and wants, always going that extra mile to help my mom achieve her goals and make a personal connection all-the-while with safety always present. Her occupational therapist was very personable and targeted areas and we jointly felt would assist her in gaining the strength needed to get back home.
We thank mom’s Salus team from the bottom of our hearts, and will gladly recommend Salus to others!

Mary J. February 5, 2021

San Fernando Valley Dementia Care FAQ's

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Yes. Salus Homecare of San Fernando Valley can provide respite support to help your loved one remain safe at home while you work or attend to personal needs. Respite care is a valuable service for families to take advantage of after a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, and our goal is to make that easy. We offer flexible scheduling and professional caregiver services available anytime of day or night.

href=”Salus Homecare of San Fernando Valley’s professional caregivers are experienced in helping seniors to better cope with the side effects of Alzheimer’s disease including Sundowner’s Syndrome and wandering. We can provide in home care anytime of day or night. Our dementia caregivers in San Fernando Valley can also implement a plan of care that keeps seniors more active during daytime hours which often minimizes instances of wandering and Sundowner’s Syndrome.

The answer to this question is dependent upon your loved one’s needs, diagnosis and long term care insurance policy. Salus Homecare in San Fernando Valley can assist you in determining how to get the most out of your policy by completing a thorough assessment and developing a comprehensive care plan. We’ll also file any


Activities of daily living - essentially daily tasks that support hygiene, cleanliness and health. These activities are often viewed as indicators of one's ability to remain independent.

  • Bathing & Dressing
  • Personal Hygiene & Toileting
  • Ambulation
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Instrumental activities of daily living - tasks that compliment ADLs but are more complex and do not necessarily need to be completed on a daily basis.

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

Supportive programs for caregivers. Respite provides supervision and care for aging or ill loved ones while family caregivers spend time away from duties.

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