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Dementia Care and Alzheimer’s Disease Home Care in Springfield, PA, and Surrounding Areas

Caring for a loved one with Dementia or Alzheimer’s disease in the home can be physically and emotionally draining. We understand the challenges faced by family caregivers and can help ease the burden. If you are looking for care for mom, consider contacting Comfort Keepers to find out how we can help keep her home or dad home instead of assisted living.

If you have a loved one currently hospitalized and you are worried about wandering, agitation and abusive behavior, ask about our one-on-one sitter service.

A member of our care management staff will meet with family members to develop an individual Alzheimer's and Dementia care plans for clients in Springfield, PA, and the surrounding areas. Our Comfort Keepers® are specially trained and ready to help. Need a short break? Comfort Keepers provides services at minimum 2 hours with no frequency requirement.

What is dementia, and why is it difficult to tackle?

A majority of the people still, incorrectly think that dementia is simply a synonym for forgetfulness. It’s not—in fact, it’s actually much more than this common perception. Memory problems are really just a small component of dementia. In reality, communication hurdles, emotional and behavioral problems are also present within the scope of dementia.

Many caregivers are often surprised when they observe that their dementia patient is starting to show signs of other more complex problems. Here are some of the effects which make dementia a terrible syndrome:

  • Deteriorations in memory, thoughts, behaviors, and actions.
  • Behavioral problems leading to sexual aggression, hoarding, sleep deprivation, or wanderings.
  • Emotional problems causing dementia patients to suffer from depression, frustration, and a clinging attitude.
  • Disability or difficulties in performing everyday activities.
  • Hallucinations and delusions are often a major result of developing advanced dementia.
  • Alzheimer’s also contributes towards being a major cause of developing dementia (it contributes to about 60-70% of the cases).
  • Dementia is one of the main causes of disability and dependency in all such patients globally.
  • Dementia is the root cause of having physical, economic and psychological impacts on its patients, caregivers and their families worldwide.

Veteran Benefits Available at Comfort Keepers Springfield

Is your loved one a veteran? If so, call for information about Veterans Programs and how to access Veterans Offices here locally. Comfort Keepers has proven successful aging services in Springfield and the surrounding areas. Get your loved one the best home care services in the area - we are the 2017 Leader in Excellence for both our Comfort Keepers Springfield and King of Prussia, PA offices. We are your most accessible home care agency on the Mainline and Philadelphia suburbs. Choose always the "best" care providing your loved one with quality senior helpers.

For Dementia care services in Springfield, PA, surrounding areas, please call our Springfield office at (610) 543-6300 or for in-home senior helpers in King of Prussia, PA, and surrounding areas please call our King of Prussia office at (610) 783-7878.

What is Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease Care?

In general, dementia is a decline in mental ability, such as memory loss or an inability to complete familiar tasks, serious enough to interfere with a person’s daily life. Alzheimer's disease is the most common type of dementia, accounting for 50 to 80 percent of dementia cases. Our services help people with these symptoms by focusing on their remaining abilities and strengths, while assisting with tasks that have become difficult for the client to perform.

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Alzheimer's Dementia Care Hourly and Live-In Senior Services in Springfield, PA, and surrounding areas

Our specially trained dementia-care Comfort Keepers® will

  • help maintain a safe environment for the client.
  • engage the client in activities that can stimulate the senses, such as music.
  • provide meals and bathing assistance.
  • support the client and family through the changing behaviors often seen with dementia.

We customize our in-home care to meet each client’s special needs, taking into consideration his or her health and ability. Depending on the client’s needs, Comfort Keepers can provide care as little as 2 hours - minimum visit up to 24 hours or as a live-in senior helper. Please call our office to discuss your 24 hour or Live-In caregiver needs.

If your loved one is in need of 24-hour senior care a team of Comfort Keepers coordinates caregiving responsibilities in shifts. This offers clients and their families’ full-time peace of mind. Have you been considering admission to one of the local dementia care facilities? If so, give us a call and ask how we can help you at home during the transition. Comfort Keepers also provides services in both nursing home and independent living facilities for individuals who need one on one interactive caregiving, escorting patients to the dining room and activities and companionship services. Hospital sitter services - one on one companionship sitters service in Delaware County, PA.

Pictured left to right: Ed from Newtown Square, PA and his Comfort Keeper Cindy stay active and have fun! The "Interactive Experience" Comfort Keepers serves families in communities of Chester, Montgomery and Delaware County, PA.

Some Comfort Keepers clients like to engage in more complex activities such as working on puzzles while others find enjoyment in more basic activity such as pictured. Each and every client receives individualized plan reflecting his or her likes, activities or hobbies.

For more information on in facility care in nursing homes, respite care, hourly or live-in home care services in the Philadelphia or Delaware County PA area please call our Springfield office at (610) 543-6300 and in Montgomery or Chester County, please call our King of Prussia office at (610) 783-7878.

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