Supportive Care For Alzheimer’s and Related Dementia Care
Is a loved one living with Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia or experiencing short-term memory loss? Connected Home Care of Peabody has a team of specially trained Supportive Care professionals to provide support and help in your loved ones home. Our Supportive Care professionals have special training and experience meeting the often complex needs of people with Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementia (ADRD), memory deficits and the confusion that can accompany this condition. Led by a Nurse Case Manager, our team follows an individualized care plan to ensure your loved one receives the appropriate level of care, is treated with dignity and respect, and is able to continue living in the comfort and familiarity of his or her home.
Individualized Care Plans
Care Plans have information about a client’s ability to perform tasks and their personal interests.
For example, a Care Plan will list:
- Supports for some or all Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs)
- Medication schedule
- Dietary needs and meal preferences
- Housekeeping tasks
- Emergency information
- Key contacts
- Names and phone numbers for doctors
- Hobbies, passions, favorite pastimes
People with Alzheimer’s and dementia need varying degrees of support with personal care and household activities. In some cases, clients also need support with mobility and transfers. With their special training, Supportive Aides help clients retain a sense of independence and prevent or reduce confusion and frustration when completing routine tasks. We help people with Alzheimer’s or dementia feel safe and secure. Supportive Aides also provide companionship, help with housekeeping, drive to appointments and run errands.
Ready to set started? Schedule a Free in-home assessment for Supportive Care.
To help you determine what level of assistance makes the most sense for your parent or loved one with Supportive Care, we offer a free, in-home assessment by a registered nurse. These assessments evaluate an individual’s physical, social and cognitive well-being. We'll provide you with a care plan that will outline the care needed along with the results of our home safety check. Call today 978-854-6054 to learn more and to schedule a complimentary assessment.