There are millions of people around the world that have debilitating diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. Dementia can be defined as “an overall decline in intellectual function, including difficulties with language, simple calculations, planning and judgment, and motor skills, as well as loss of memory.” This disease causes dramatic changes in personality (mood, behavior and memory). Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia. It triggers irreversible changes to the brain that result in problems communicating, thinking, and taking care of basic needs. The most common symptoms are:
Symptoms vary as the disease affects each person differently. If you observe some warning signs of Alzheimer’s in your loved one, please contact us for a free care consultation. We will help you determine what type of care may be needed. Because each individual with Alzheimer’s disease needs intense levels of care. Remember, if someone you love has received a diagnosis of this debilitating disease, you’re not alone.
Day View staff are carefully selected and trained to manage the challenges associated with dementia, which can sometimes be difficult and overwhelming. Our experienced caregivers will create a safer environment and help minimize stress in your and your loved one day to day living. People who are experiencing the devastating effects of dementia need around-the-clock supervision, medication management, and help with just about every daily activity. This is where an assisted
living facility can help. Day View specializes in caring for residents who have dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease. Our residents receive assistance with all activities of daily living including: dressing, bathing, toileting, transfers and medication management. Licensed caregivers are staffed 24 hours per day.
The person who takes care of the patient should be patient, kind, flexible, supportive, and calm. There is no doubt our stuff is. Providing care around the clock, our specially trained staff understands dementia and the reasons for the emotional and behavioral difficulties that are common to the disease process. They will prepare an individualized and highly personal care program tailored to meet your specific needs, and ensure the best care possible.
Day View Senior care services can assist with Alzheimer’s and dementia care from a few hours a day to 24-hour care, seven days a week. Call us today to find out how we can provide you and your loved one with the support you deserve. We will do our best to help your loved one cope with the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia.