Alzheimer's Care

An Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis can be devastating for seniors and their loved ones. This is especially true for family caregivers, who may have trouble with the delicate balance between caring for their parents and spouses while continuing the full-time task of caring for their own families and daily schedules. When care begins to get overwhelming or distressing, we’re here to help.

What Is Alzheimer’s Disease?

Alzheimer’s is a type of dementia that causes slow degeneration of the brain’s nerve cells. This complex disease manifests in different ways for each individual. For example, onset and progression may be slower for some seniors than for others, and some may experience symptoms that others do not. By learning more about the disease, family members and loved ones can be more equipped to manage its effects and ensure that seniors are receiving the daily care they need.

Effects of Alzheimer’s

As the brain degenerates, affected individuals will begin to experience symptoms like decreased memory and ability to think clearly. As the disease progresses, seniors may experience difficulty concentrating and may find themselves more easily confused. Physical abilities may also degenerate, such as the ability to do once-routine daily tasks like bathing, grooming, preparing meals, and moving safely around the home.

Quality Alzheimer’s Care

When it comes to senior care, Santa Cruz ComForcare guarantees the highest level of care and peace of mind for seniors and their loved ones. We can help your family with Alzheimer’s care needs. This way, you have more time to focus on what really matters: health, happiness, and well-being for all family members.

Senior Care Program

Our team of caregivers is specially-trained to manage all stages of Alzheimer’s in our clients. Each program begins with a personalized assessment of the senior’s mental, emotional, and physical health, as well as other factors such as environmental risks. Based on this assessment, we’ll develop a holistic senior care plan to ensure that clients are healthy and safe.

Based on each client’s needs, our care plan may include daily assistance such as:
  • Supervision of safety
  • Assistance with bathing, grooming, and hygiene
  • Meal planning and preparation
  • Assistance with running errands
  • Mind-stimulating activities, discussions, and games
  • Opportunities for social interaction

Contact Us Today

At ComForcare Senior Services, we have the knowledge and expertise to handle your family’s Alzheimer’s care needs. We’re here to help so that you don’t have to do it alone. If you or your loved ones are struggling with Alzheimer’s care, call us at (831) 427-1553 to discuss how we can help.  

Contact us at 831-427-1553

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