Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or Dementia can be difficult. As these diseases progress, your loved one will experience many behavioral and cognitive changes. A loss of interest in personal care is common, as are changes in the desire for social engagement and eating habits. The changes are challenging for them, and for you. But help is nearby.
At Safe and Sound Home Care, we provide intense training to our caregivers* who work with clients experiencing Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Our training helps caregivers work with clients and their families to better understand the communication needs, personal care needs, and environmental needs that change as a person progresses through the various stages of Alzheimer’s or Dementia.
Personal hygiene care, meal preparation, and companionship are more important than ever when working with someone with Alzheimer’s or Dementia. Approaching what used to be routine tasks, such as bathing and dressing or meal preparation and eating, will require a new sensitivity and a new approach. Safe and Sound Home Care will make sure that your loved one will receive the help they need, and we will help you better understand that you are not alone.
For your convenience, we have a Get Started page, where you can complete our online assessment form, and a care coordinator will promptly contact you to discuss available in-home care solutions. For service anywhere in North Mississippi, call us in Oxford at 662-234-1221.
*All caregivers are insured, bonded, and pass background checks and drug testing.