Caring for Someone with Alzheimer's and Dementia: Best Practices
Caring for Someone with Alzheimer’s and Dementia: Best Practices
1. ACCEPT SUPPORT – Our Comforcare Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) will assess/evaluate and implement a customized plan of care. A CDP is someone with a certification demonstrating achievement and specialized training in the areas of Alzheimer’s and dementia care. The CDP can offer patients/families coordination of health care services, information, support and resources.
2. DEMENTIAWISE SPECIALIZED TRAINING – Our Comforcare Alzheimer’s and Dementia care program offers specialized person-centered care designed to implement current proven practices and strategies for dementia care to create a supportive and therapeutic environment. DementiaWise is recognized by the Alzheimer’s Association for incorporating the evidence-based Dementia Care Practice.
3. STIMULATE REMAINING ACTIVITIES – Our DementiaWise trained caregivers provide ongoing personal care and companionship, encouragement, support and meaningful activities that stimulate your loved one’s remaining activities.
COMFORCARE UNDERSTANDS ALZHEIMER’S AND DEMENTIA AND THE CHALLENGES OF WHAT FAMILIES AND LOVED ONES ARE GOING THROUGH AND WE’RE HERE TO HELP.