Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care

Losing one’s memory and other life skills is probably the most difficult transition that occurs in today’s world. Supporting a loved one experiencing such a circumstance, whether due to Alzheimer’s, Dementia, or another medical condition, is difficult as well. It can be easy to feel overwhelmed and helpless if you try to handle the situation alone.

At Your Service understands this reality, which is why we offer a full menu of professional in-home care services, tailored to your loved one’s unique needs.

How is Alzheimer’s Cared For?

Unfortunately, there is no known cure for Alzheimer’s disease or Dementia. However, providing care for individuals experiencing these conditions is vital to their quality of life. Being in one’s own home can be tremendously comforting to those experiencing memory loss, which is why over 50% of Alzheimer’s patients choose to remain in their homes.

At the same time, almost all in-home Alzheimer’s patients depend on loved ones to take care of life’s daily necessities. Because most cases of Alzheimer’s or Dementia can be managed from home, rather than at a nursing home or other medical residencies, many families shoulder most or all of the caretaking responsibilities. While it is certainly a loving thing to do, tending to a loved one with memory loss can be a tiring and demanding job, which is why seeking professional assistance from Wisconsin Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), such as those on the staff of At Your Service, can be an excellent option.

What Alzheimer’s Care Services are Available?

At Your Service staff members are not only trained in the latest research, methods, and ethics of in-home memory loss care, but we also genuinely enjoy getting to know the people we are caring for. This relationship-focused approach is incorporated into all of our Alzheimer and Dementia care services, which include:

  • Understanding and minimizing triggers of disease

  • Consistent orientation to place, time, and people

  • Fun memory exercises

  • Support and resources for caregiving loved ones

  • Friendly companionship and conversation

  • Medication reminders

  • Household organization and light housekeeping

  • Laundry

  • Grocery shopping and nutritious meal preparation

  • Personal hygiene reminders

  • Transportation to appointments

The Care Your Loved One Deserves

When residents of Waukesha and Oconomowoc Counties seek the best in-home care for their loved ones, they choose At Your Service. As is the case with each of our various caregiving services, our approach in caring for those with Alzheimer’s or Dementia is tailored to the specific circumstances of each of our clients and their families.

At Your Service caregivers come equipped with the patience, creativity, and experience to assist any person facing memory loss. Through consistent visits, we develop long-term friendships with clients and provide a fun, recurring event that they can look forward to. For more information about the approach of At Your Service, and to get started with our Alzheimer’s and Dementia care services, contact us today by filling out our online form or calling 262-354-3700.