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We understand how difficult it can be if you or someone you love is experiencing the effects of Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, or other types of memory problems. Finding the right care can be a challenge. Comfort Health’s Memory Care Program offers experienced nurses, advisors, and an in-house certified dementia expert, who can all help develop a customized care plan tailored to those experiencing impaired cognition. Whether our clients choose to find care at home or relocate to a specialized Memory Care Community, we make sure each person receives the professional and compassionate care they need.

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Caring for a memory-impaired loved one in a home environment can be difficult, but Comfort Health has dedicated experts for every aspect of Memory Care at home. Our team can provide skilled nursing, complex nursing, and home health aides to be with you or a loved one dealing with impaired cognition 24 hours a day.

Our nurses help manage patient medications, and their vital medical care promotes patient health and can work toward enhancing cognitive function. 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. Each staff member involved in our Memory Care Program has special training and they are monitored to ensure they provide the highest caliber of care.

Comfort Health's dementia experts are happy to assist clients and their families select a memory care facility that is right for them. Memory care requires specialized skilled nursing distinct from assisted living, and many assisted-living facilities offer a special memory care unit on a separate wing or floor. Care costs are generally higher at these communities, even if the memory care unit is part of an assisted-living facility.

The staff members in these communities have 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.

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We're happy to help you learn more about in-home care during a free, no-obligation consult. You can schedule a time online and specify how you would like to be contacted. One of our friendly representatives will gladly answer your questions and go over specific details with you during your scheduled time.