Alzheimer's & Dementia Care in Baltimore, MD
Home Instead Alzheimer's Care in Baltimore
The person caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease isn't always the spouse, parent, or close friend, but rather someone with the necessary skills and understanding to take proper care of such loved one. Alzheimer's care in Baltimore is often performed by trained caregivers to provide relief to the other parties involved. This may seem odd at first to the loved ones' former caregiver or caregivers because they have been used to providing the Alzheimer's care and turning over care to a professional caregiver can be difficult to grasp.
Once there is trust established and the parties involved get to know the caregiver it is a much easier concept to grasp. Caregivers providing Alzheimer's care in Baltimore, MD make a huge difference for everyone involved.
A Complete Range of Dementia Care Services in Baltimore, MD
Providing care for a loved one who suffers from dementia can be overwhelming on numerous levels. What typically comes first if the denial about your loved one's diagnosis. This takes a large toll on everyone involved because they have come to the realization that the diagnosis is correct and the need for a professional dementia caregiver in Baltimore is that much more vital. Proper dementia care can help to alleviate the family's stresses by taking over the daily duties the family would normally provide. Dementia care services in Baltimore, MD is important, not only to the one suffering, but also the loved ones who are affected.
Full Service Dementia Care in Baltimore, MD
Dementia has become more prevalent in seniors over the years and is something that must be lived with once it occurs. Since there is no cure for it dementia, caregivers in must be very patient with the individual who is affected. Patience may be the biggest key to successful dementia care in Baltimore because the disease takes such a toll on the caregiver that it can often turn in unnecessary guilt. To best approach dementia caregiving the caregiving must take time for themselves and not overlook their health. Maintaining a healthy balance between caregiving and personal time is essential.
Most seniors enjoy visits from a new friend and helping them accomplish tasks and enjoy favorite activities is good for seniors' health. We can play games, visit neighbors, watch movies or plan activities, whatever is most helpful for the senior and their family.
Home Helper Services:
Receiving help with home tasks that are more difficult for seniors is often crucial to allowing seniors to continue to live in their home. Plus, our home helper services free up time for family caregivers to spend more quality time with their loved one. Home Helper services include cleaning, laundry, shopping, running errands and helping however we can.
Personal Care Services:
Having an outside caregiver help with personal care such as bathing, dressing and mobility helps preserve important family relationships and preserves the dignity of the senior. Our trained CAREGivers treat each senior with the utmost of respect in all personal care matters.
Our CAREGivers can fill in for family caregivers to allow them to find time for their own lives and family, go on vacation or just take time to replenish your physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
We make it easy to get started with a complimentary initial consultation. We can get to know each other, we'll listen carefully to your needs and concerns, we can share the experience of hundreds of other families with whom we've worked, and we'll make recommendations for service. Please call us today at (410) 337-8910. We look forward to meeting you soon.