After an Alzheimer’s or dementia disease diagnosis, you believe the best care for your loved one is at home, in familiar surroundings, where there’s less disruption in routines and reduced confusion. Like the majority of devoted family caregivers, you take on the role of providing Alzheimer’s care. As a primary caregiver for someone with the disease, the effort begins to take a toll on your own physical and emotional health, family life and career. Even families with the best intentions simply burn out. It’s common as a caregiver to neglect other responsibilities in your life, feel like you lack confidence in your caregiving skills, and resent the demands placed on your time.

As the day-to-day demands of Alzheimer’s and dementia care increase, you seek respite care, but no one seems to understand the specialized needs of your loved one. Locating providers with dementia care experience is often challenging and frustrating.

Safe Seniors Home Care recognizes the importance of understanding and supporting those living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia illnesses, as well as their families. We know that proper Alzheimer’s care is as important as medical healthcare interventions, particularly when it enables a person with Alzheimer’s disease to remain at home.

We work with you to establish safer, more comfortable home environments and build trusting relationships with your loved one. We implement techniques to maximize your loved one’s independence for as long as possible, while helping and encouraging you as you cope with the challenges that dementia and Alzheimer’s disease can present.