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Overview

Home Care Services offer a lot of benefits in the treatment of dementia. This includes help with daily living activities, companionship, managing unpredictable and risky behaviours, communicating effectively, breaking down tasks into easier and smaller steps, and safety training to prevent wandering, falling, and ensuring a safe home environment. Home care service providers can be skilled or unskilled professionals and may offer their services for a few hours or all round the clock. Skilled caregivers may engage the person with dementia in cognitively stimulating activities based on their areas of interests such as golf, music, art, social activities, etc. Dementia treatment at home can also involve visits of licensed, medical professionals who help with psychiatric medications, counselling sessions, physiotherapy sessions, and nursing help to help the person with dementia and their family manage the cognitive, emotional, and physical symptoms of dementia. The familiar environment of the home reduces overwhelm and confusion that a person with dementia may experience in an institution, and the requirement of regular appointments of professionals can be maintained with home care services.
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How does it work?

You would need to opt for dementia treatment at home after evaluation of the condition of the person with dementia by medical professionals. Based on the requirement of the person with dementia, relevant professionals would pay regular visits at your home to provide treatment.

What are the benefits of Dementia Treatment at Home?

It saves the person with dementia the trouble to go to different professionals for regular appointments, thus ensuring adherence to treatment for a better quality of life. It also ensures that the family and loved ones get to stay with the person with dementia without needing to rehabilitate them. The familiar environment of the home offers a great sense of security and can be way less disorienting for the person with dementia than moving to institutionalized care.