Asbury Home Services understands your daily challenges caring for a loved one with dementia and/or memory loss, and our specialized in-home dementia care services provide experienced, compassionate support for you and your family.
Caring for a loved one with dementia, while undoubtedly a labor of love, can also be mentally, physically and emotionally challenging for the person providing the care. Your loved one’s life, your family’s life, your own life may seem quite different than a month, a year, or five years ago. The effects of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, on families are many and the ripple effects widespread.
Asbury Home Services understands that each case of dementia is as unique as the individual living with it. We know your family’s needs and desires are unique, and we understand that entrusting your loved one’s in-home care – even partially – is a big step for everyone involved. We take pride in treating each and every one of our clients with dementia with dignity, understanding, and respect.
We recently teamed up with Rachael Wonderlin, a nationally-renowned dementia expert, author, and founder of Dementia By Day, LLC, to create a comprehensive dementia care training program which all Asbury Home Services caregiving associates must successfully complete. In addition to giving them a deeper understanding of the types, stages and symptoms of dementia, this in-depth training also empowers them to:
Whether assisting with personal care (bathroom and bathing, personal grooming, and mobility), feeding, providing household services (meal planning and preparation, cleaning, household organization, and laundry), or simply offering some kindhearted companionship, our caregiving associates are here to help.
Contact us now for a free, in-home, no-obligation consultation to learn more about how our in-home dementia care services can support you on your caregiving journey.
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