We, Alzheimer’s Care Boise, understand. Nursing and assisted living facilities may not provide the dignity and comfort that in-home treatment offers. On the other hand, caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's is not something you can try on your own, particularly if you can't promise they'll never be alone.
This is due to the fact that Alzheimer's patients face certain unusual threats and hazards that cannot be mitigated without the assistance of in-home caregivers. When they lose their ability to perform basic household tasks, they can forget to turn off the oven, call an emergency, or remember when and how to take their medications.
People who have Alzheimer’s disease are often susceptible to wandering and can become disoriented if they step out on their own. They are often susceptible to episodes of frustration and violence, which can become serious in the absence of a caregiver who has prior experience calming a distressed dementia patient.
According to one recent survey, 6.3 percent of family caregivers have anxiety and depression, compared to 4.3 percent of non-caregivers. More than 17% of people caring for Alzheimer's patients have other mental health problems, compared to 10.9 percent of the general population.
24/7 Constant Care
We Alzheimer’s Care Boise has 24-hour dementia treatment, and Alzheimer's care programs provide you with peace of mind and confidence that your loved one is providing consistent one-on-one care, reducing any risk or damage to them. Based on our expert Care Designer's evaluation, our clients are carefully matched with caregivers. To prevent client misunderstanding, Boise Dementia Home Care often aims for continuity when sending caregivers in so that they can notice any discrepancies in a client's routine and clients feel comfortable receiving treatment from someone they trust.
Our Caregivers Undergo Dementia and Alzheimer's Care Training.
Alzheimer’s Care Boise caregivers are qualified in dementia care and Alzheimer's care so that they can cope with Alzheimer's and associated dementias competently. Boise Alzheimer’s Home Care understands that, and the situation is special. We know how Alzheimer's and dementia can impact clients and their families, as both are trying times. Alzheimer’s Care Boise helps clients and their families cope with the constant pressures and obligations of delivering treatment.
Relieves the Family
In certain instances, family members serve as caregivers for those who have Alzheimer’s disease and associated dementia, creating a traumatic atmosphere for both sides. Our mission is to relieve family members and provide respite care, so you never have to worry about whether your loved one is healthy and safe.
Daily Life Tasks and Freedom
Alzheimer's and associated dementias may have a significant effect on a senior's everyday life, so Nurse Next Door's mission is to assist clients in getting back to doing what they enjoy. Our caregivers will not only help clients with instrumental activities and personal activities of daily living (ADLs), but they will also guarantee that clients can retain their independence when under our caregivers' guidance.
Among our services are:
- Providing contact improvement techniques
- Coping strategies for family caregivers dealing with challenging behaviors
- Keeping a familiar and healthy place by following a daily routine
- Using recall games and exercises to stimulate the mind
- Support for families through funding, training, and education
- Respite treatment is care that is given to people who are unable to care for themselves
- Personal aid programs
- Promoting a Schedule for Physical Activity