Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care

Alzheimer’s Disease is the most common type of dementia. The disease destroys brain cells and symptoms can include confusion, anger, mood swings, language breakdown and long-term memory loss.  Independence is one of the first casualties in the battle against Alzheimer’s and Dementia.   
Leading Edge Senior Care provides in-home care that is administered by the most compassionate and highly trained professionals.  Our approach to memory care first begins with shaping a caregiver’s mindset when it comes to caring for those living with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.  Our Dementia Specialists complete an intense training that focuses on our approach to authentically becoming a friend to your loved one.  Our Dementia Specialists will learn your loved one’s life story, individual personality, and incorporate all of the little things that make your loved one so special and unique. 
Our Approach 
Each person is unique, that is why we develop an individualized care plan that is unique to each person.  We partner with families to discover their loved ones Life Story and meaningful pastimes. We collect memories, photos, and gather activities that our Dementia Specialists use to create a Life’s Memory Book that is used to engage with your loved one in meaningful ways. Paired with an in-depth assessment and an understanding of difficult behaviors, we develop an individualized care plan that helps to manage behaviors and create joyful moments. 
We enhance the physical, emotional, and mental health of our clients through our support by: 
  • Minimizing depression through companionship 
  • Maintaining proper nutrition through meal planning and meal preparation  
  • Ensuring safety  
  • Social interaction helps keep the mind sharp 
  • Exercise improves physical and emotional health  
Daily Living Support 
Our Dementia Specialists also provide assistance with everyday tasks that may have become more complicated due to the disease.  As it becomes more difficult to perform simple tasks like brushing teeth or going to the bathroom, our Dementia Specialists can provide the needed assistance to keep your loved one comfortable.                     
Extending the Quality of Life 
Our Dementia Specialists not only concentrate on physical health but also provide mental and social stimulation, helping to keep the mind active. They do this by incorporating our Core Brain Training System (Cognitive Training) into your loved one’s daily care. 
Caring for a loved one with Dementia or Alzheimer’s disease can be a demanding time for family, but with our assistance you can take a break from being a caregiver and just be the loving family member. Call Us Today to schedule a free consultation. 
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