Alzheimer's Care in Morton, IL

Skilled Alzheimer's care for seniors in the Morton area.

A senior with Alzheimer's disease requires special care. The type, level, and extent of this care depend on a number of factors, including the stage of the disease, the speed of the disease's progression, and any other physical, mental, or emotional challenges the senior may have. The good news is that Comfort Keepers caregivers are prepared to give your senior loved one the home care support they need regardless of their stage or condition.

Alzheimer's Care in Morton, IL

While there is not currently a cure or guaranteed way to slow Alzheimer's, when Alzheimer's care starts early, your senior loved one has the best chance to slow the progression of their disease, plan for their future, and maximize their time with loved ones.

In the early stages of the disease, memory loss and cognitive decline have not yet reached the point where they greatly disrupt daily life or impede daily tasks. It is during this time that preparations need to be made for future care, medical services, and so forth. As the initial stages progress and turn to the middle stages, your loved one will be glad they did their research and have a plan for their care.

During the middle stages of Alzheimer's disease, seniors may find daily living tasks difficult to remember and/or accomplish. Comfort Keepers Alzheimer's care includes support with light housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, transportation, and medication management. Toward the end of the middle stages, seniors may experience difficulty with their personal care needs as well. Comfort Keepers Alzheimer's care has this covered as well with bathing, grooming, and dressing support.

Many seniors and their family worry most about the late stages of Alzheimer's disease when a senior may need round-the-clock care and supervision. Thankfully, Comfort Keeper's care specialists are availalbe 24-hours a day, 365 days a year and are highly trained in the art of caring for seniors with late-stage dementia and Alzheimer's.

Best of all, Comfort Keepers caregivers are not just concerned with your loved one's physical support, they also incorporate the latest techniques and supports to strengthen a senior's mental, emotional, and social well-being.

In short, if your senior loved one has received a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease, it is never too early for Alzheimer's care. With the proper support, family members can spend precious time with their loved one instead of worrying about physical care. During times family caregivers cannot be there, Comfort Keepers professional staff will keep your senior one safe while maximizing their independence and quality of life.

 

 

Comfort Keepers of Peoria, IL offers in home care to seniors in:

Bartonville, Brimfield, Chilicothe, Dunlap, East Peoria, Elmwood, Eureka, Metamora, Morton, Pekin, Peoria,  Peoria Heights, Tremont and Washington, IL

 

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