Memory Care

Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, or other types of memory problems can be very challenging for caregivers. Fortunately, Comfort Health’s memory care program can help in several ways, and our skilled nurses and advisers can assist family in selecting a memory care facility that’s best-suited for their loved one.

Memory care communities offer a range of services, some of which might be more important for a client than others. When considering memory care for a loved one, understand that many assisted-living facilities offer a special memory care unit on a separate wing or floor. Just remember that memory care requires specialized skilled nursing distinct from assisted living. Care costs are generally higher at these communities, even if the memory care unit is part of an assisted-living facility.

Staff members have received special training to assist people with dementia or impaired cognition. Common services include 24-hour supervised care, medical monitoring, and assistance with daily living tasks. Services are offered in a pleasing environment that is easy for residents to navigate.

Caring for a memory-impaired loved one at home is difficult. Comfort Health can provide complex skilled nursing, skilled nursing, and home health care services 24 hours a day. Our highly skilled, trained, and monitored staff members offer specialized care, and our patient and compassionate home health aides provide assistance with daily cares such as bathing, skin care, oral care, bowel and bladder care, walking and light exercise, and much more.

For assistance with all memory care needs, look to us for professional and compassionate care. Contact us at Comfort Health with any questions and concerns.

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