Caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or other related dementia requires a unique set of skills and knowledge. Our specialty trained caregivers are dedicated to support quality of life through every stage of this debilitating condition.
Our Nurse Care Coordinators work with your family to fully understand each client’s personal preferences, lifestyle, leisure interests, and former life roles. This knowledge reinforces effective communication and interactions. Our person-centered care is designed to support physical, cognitive, social, and emotional wellbeing.
We understand that dementia impacts behavior and communication in unique ways. We pay close attention to behavior triggers and work as a team to support positive interactions. We adjust our approach and communication as dementia progresses to reinforce and elevate wellbeing for our clients and their families.
We understand the importance of personal choice. We adapt activities to match interests and functionality and engage in meaningful activity to reinforce a sense of purpose.
We understand the importance of building routines to support cognitive skills, lessen brain fatigue, and minimize disruptive behavior.
We understand the importance of genuine listening and observing. We use words and body language in ways that communicate respect, empathy, and compassion.
We understand the importance of minimizing distraction and keeping environments calm. We use simple, verbal, and nonverbal interaction to support positive communication.
We understand that quality of life can be enhanced at every stage of dementia and work with your family to achieve that.
We are committed to provide a safe, comforting, and engaging care that supports your loved one’s ability to remain in a living environment that meets their individual needs and interests.
To learn more about Traycee Home Care Services for Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia Care contact us at 847-432-5190 and speak with one of our knowledgeable specialists. We have a full range of home care services to suit your personal preferences and needs.