Memory Care

Memory Loss

We provide in-house assistance for individuals who suffer from memory loss. By the time a person reaches the elderly stage, they start losing their memory, and in many people, there might be a severe case of Alzheimer’s or Dementia. The memory loss services provided by us are meant to provide in-house assistance to such individuals who are in urgent help. If you’re searching for dementia home care near you, consider Curantis Health today.

 
For people who have busy schedules and have someone in the family with such a problem, it is best to seek out the help of experts who can provide them with much-needed support. The memory loss services provided by us include a lot of activities that are meant to provide complete care to the individuals. Our Caregivers are compassionate and take care of every little detail that would make the life of the person easier and comfortable. Also, with a companion in the home, the senior person would stay connected socially and will get aid in physical tasks.
 
Above all, our team understands the unique challenges brought on by those suffering from Dementia or Alzheimers. Not only is it harrowing for the people who love the patient, but it’s a confusing time for the patient. We walk into these scenarios with compassion – because we understand entirely. Our goal is to make this transitional period easier for all of you. 
 
Our team will provide much-needed support for your family and for your loved one who is suffering from their memory. 

Why choose our Memory Loss Care Services?

At Curantis Health, we are well-aware of the challenges that occur while caring for a person with memory loss. We have trained our staff to handle the most difficult situations. These services are structured according to the specific requirement of the senior citizen, which includes considering the risks, symptoms, and challenges that are related to them.

We have also partnered with specialists who trained our Caregivers for handling such patients and receive an authentic certification after the program completion. Basic training is essential for every Caregiver, and we make sure that they receive quality training so that no client remains unsatisfied.

Memory Loss Care Services

Assisting With Wandering Habits

Wandering is a part of Dementia or Alzheimers. The patient is confused and often seeking some explanation. This can be difficult to maintain on your own. Luckily, our team is highly-trained in managing this behavior and providing comfort for the patient.

Assisting with Walking

Should your loved one suffer from limited mobility, we will assist them with staying active and appreciating outdoors! Whether they are using a cane, walker, or wheelchair, we will assist with walking and help keep the morale up through exercise.

Hygiene Maintenance, Bathing and Toileting

This can be a sensitive task for many patients! We provide compassion while still getting the job done in a way that maintains your loved one’s dignity. It can be a challenge having a family member take care of a loved one in this way. We provide professional help with these daily tasks.

Bathing, Dressing, and Grooming

Many patients prefer a professional, unbiased person who assists with bathing, dressing and grooming. It can be a challenge having a family member take care of the loved one in this way. We provide professional help with daily tasks.

Planning and Preparing Healthy Meals

Our team will plan and prepare healthy meals to ensure that nutritional requirements are being met and that adequate caloric intake is occurring. This minimizes the work a patient has to do and provides healthy meals.

Medication Reminders

Staying up-to-date with medication requirements is imperative for optimal health. We will provide medication reminders and organize pill boxes to ensure that the medications are easy to follow.

Run Errands

If mobility is limited, basic errands can quickly become a stressful task. Our staff will run errands for your loved one to help simplify their life! Whether it’s a run to the grocery store, post office, or dry cleaner, we can help!

Medical Visits

Routine visits with a medical doctor is imperative to understanding health. We ensure that MD appointments are maintained, and we provide transportation to and from the appointment.

Light Housekeeping

Household tasks can seem daunting with age and limited mobility. Our team will assist with light housekeeping duties to help keep the home secure, safe and tidy. For more information of these tasks, please book a consultation.

Apart from these, our Caregivers understand the human value and take care of each patient with compassion by becoming a good companion for them. If you have someone in your family or social circle with memory loss problems and need constant care, you should feel free to contact us anytime!

As the memory-related disease progresses, there may become a safety hazard. The best thing you can do is enlist a professional care attendant. This provides unbiased advice for steps moving forward, and how you can help. Above all, working with a parent with a memory-loss disease may be a painful experience for you too! Watch out for yourself and let us provide the necessary help. Should it progress to a point where your loved one needs a full-time care facility, we can help advise. 

Not only will memory become effects, but mood swings may begin to occur. This is completely normal - however, it is a severe side effect for those who love the patient. Should there be an angry outburst, remain calm and understanding.  

By staying out of a retirement home, you're avoiding the pricey fee of accommodation and food. This is partly why many seniors attempt to remain at home for as long as possible. 

It depends on what stage of Dementia or Alzheimer’s your family member is in. Ideally, you would want to maintain normalcy for as long as possible - as long as it isn’t posing a safety or health risk to you or your loved one. There may be a chance that a long-term living facility will be a better fit down the road. This is a question that your family may have to consider together.  

 

During your first visit, we will discuss what services we can provide in detail. From there, we can determine the best course of action for you and your family. 

 

Should you have any inquiries or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us today. 

Memory Care / Dementia Care Training

Our management team members are nationally recognized as CARES® Dementia Specialists (C.D.S.), plus ALL our Caregivers are specifically trained on how to deal with memory loss and how to respond to dementia-related behavior using the CARES® Approach. The acronym or letters in CARES® stand for the following:
 
C – CONNECT with the person
A – ASSESS behavior
R – RESPOND appropriately
E – EVALUATE what works
S – SHARE with others (team, family, etc.) 
 
Our team learns through video, audio, and interactive exercises featuring real families, real Caregivers, and real Dementia-Care Experts (no actors) at www.hcinteractive.com

Begin Homecare Today

Take the next step in the right direction and provide exceptional homecare to your loved one. Our team of professionals is here for YOU! We work as a support system during this time of difficult decisions. 

Should you have any additional questions for our staff, please don’t hesitate to ask.

We Are Here For You

Check more about our provided services. Set an appointment with us to know what we have to offer that will fit your needs. Contact Curantis Health today to learn more about how we can help!

Our Commitment

Value, support, recognize, and appreciate our greatest asset - our Caregivers.

Continue to be known as the 'Memory Care Specialists' Agency within our community

Develop and maintain positive relationships within the community

Conduct our business in an accountable, transparent and responisble manner

Provide a home care environment that encourages personal enjoyment

Adhere to the professional code of ethics within our industry

Apply continuous quality improvement measures throughout our Agency

Provide solid 1:1 ratio relationships between Caregiver and Client under our guidance

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