In-Home Care for Dementia

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Enhance Quality of Life with Dementia Care at Home in Canada

When a loved one is diagnosed with dementia, the question of how to approach their long-term care can feel overwhelming. At ComForCare, we equip caregivers with the specialized knowledge and skills they need to fully support people with dementia, prioritizing both their physical and mental well-being as their condition progresses. That way, they can create a family-caregiver alliance that maximizes the good times loved ones get to spend together, all while providing first-class home care services.

We’re here for you whenever and however you need us, with both full-time and occasional assistance available. Our teams are capable of helping you with every aspect of your journey, from connecting you with support groups to ensuring that your loved one’s home environment is set up for safety.

What In-Home Care for Dementia Includes

Because the majority of our offices are DementiaWise® certified, our caregivers have a deep understanding of how to promote their clients’ remaining abilities as part of their duty to provide impeccable care. Services and goals that we prioritize include, but are not limited to:

Reducing Challenging Behaviors

Reducing Challenging Behaviors

Using distinct dementia care methods, your caregiver can foster a sense of calmness, engagement, and happiness for your loved one at every stage of their condition.

Making Meaningful Moments

Making Meaningful Moments

When people with dementia feel engaged, encouraged, and supported, they can truly thrive. Our caregivers use meaningful activities such as music therapy to strengthen family member bonds.

Partnering in Personal Care

Partnering in Personal Care

For dementia family caregivers, bathing, grooming, toileting, and dressing are the most common sources of stress. With help from ComForCare, you can focus on your relationship instead.

Supervising Safety

Supervising Safety

When a person has memory loss, their risk for falls and other physical injuries increases. Our team knows these risks and is prepared to make safety adjustments to the home environment when necessary.

Preparing Nutritious Meals

Preparing Nutritious Meals

Dementia symptoms can pose barriers to adequate nutrition, whether a person has trouble chewing, swallowing, tasting, or smelling. Our care partners have the knowledge to create balanced, appetizing meals in a positive manner.

Engaging the Senses

Engaging the Senses

Sensory stimulation opens pathways to joy and communication for people with dementia. Our caregivers can help your loved one engage their five senses and find relief from anxiety and depression.

Common Forms of Dementia

When we use the term dementia, we are referring to a complex variety of symptoms, causes, and forms of cognitive decline. What unites them all is memory loss, in many cases accompanied by an impairment of other functions of the brain, including the ability to communicate, solve problems, and make judgments. Caring for a person with dementia can be an emotional experience, particularly if they experience changes in personality. That’s why our caregivers use scientifically proven strategies to alleviate dementia’s challenges and support families affected by them. We have helped seniors living with many forms of dementia, including but not limited to:

Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer's disease is the most common type of dementia. It occurs when brain cells called neurons stop working, lose connections with other neurons, and eventually perish. This causes progressively worsening issues with memory, confusion, personality changes, and more.

Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD)

CJD is a rare condition in which brain proteins called “prions” fold into abnormal shapes. The irregular proteins build up rapidly, destroying brain cells much more quickly than other types of dementia.

Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD)

FTD isn’t one type of dementia, but a category of diseases involving progressive nerve cell damage in regions of the brain responsible for personality, language, and behavior. FTD is characterized by extreme behavior changes beyond the person’s control.

Lewy Body Dementia (LBD)

In people with LBD, brain proteins build up into abnormal clumps that interfere with normal brain signals. This can lead to trouble with thinking, memory, behavior, movement, and sleep.

Vascular Dementia

People with vascular dementia experience a reduced supply of blood flow to the brain, which interferes with memory, reasoning, communication, judgment, and other thought processes.

Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

MCI is any noticeable memory loss or decline in thinking skills that affect everyday life. These changes are not severe enough to result in a dementia diagnosis, but still impact a person’s ability to live alone safely.

Trust ComForCare for Real Answers & Real Support

Whether your loved one already has a formal diagnosis or you are just beginning your research into dementia, you deserve answers to your questions. To learn more about dementia and get practical care tips from our team of compassionate experts, visit our FAQs page.

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What Happy Families Are Saying

What Happy Families Are Saying
  • I highly recommend this company. The staff was so very accommodating. I had a situation where both my mother and father were down and needed some assistance. ComeForCare Home Care sitter service absolutely came through to help us out. Thank you so much! - Johnny W.
  • Excellent care given to my loved one. The owner and employees respond to inquiries quickly and resolve matters with care in a timely fashion. Completely satisfied with all aspects of their work. Highly recommend the ComForCare Home Care team. - Lynda F.
  • If you’re looking for Compassionate personalized care staff is available 24/7 this is the company to have for your loved one(s). They are in contact with you constantly which brings warmth and comfort to you knowing your loved ones are in great hands. - Kristen R.
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