Person-Centered One-on-One Approach
can enrich the lives of loved one’s with Alzheimer’s
Overcoming the Challenge
Differentiates Itself from Other Memory Care Services Available
Why Many Caregivers Have
Great Difficulty Managing the Dementia Behavior?
A crisis can occur at any time. When the crisis involves a loved one with Alzheimer’s or other forms of Dementia, the situation becomes even more complex. They may show symptoms and exhibit behavior that requires immediate intervention. If people that are untrained in Alzheimer’s/Dementia Care attempt to assess their loved one, they may be at risk for inappropriate care. We know that it not only affects the afflicted person but also his or her family.
Our Services Are Informative, Friendly and
Above All Personalized to the Specific Needs of Your Loved One
It describes the symptoms that occur when the brain is affected by certain diseases or conditions. There are many different types of Dementia, although some are far more common than others. They are often named according to the condition that has caused the Dementia. Some of the more common types of Dementia are Alzheimer’s, Vascular Dementia, Dementia with Lewy Bodies and Frontotemporal Dementia, which can make up for a diagnosis of Dementia. It is important to determine the type of Dementia present, so appropriate memory care for the individual can be provided.
Have worked extensively with loved ones with Alzheimer’s or other forms of Dementia. Many have had their own family member or someone they’ve known with this debilitating disease and they understand providing care can be challenging and stressful at times. Our specialists are particularly focused on creating a Dementia friendly home environment. Meaning that, with appropriate assessment and modification to the home, our Memory Care Specialists become equipped in managing behavior symptoms within the home environment.
Have experienced skills needed to deal with a safe outing for your loved one to enjoy going out in the community and taking advantage of all the wonderful activities available to you here in the San Francisco Bay Area. We encourage social stimulation to various outings their adult children may suggest in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Geriatric Care Managers will monitor your loved one on a regular basis, ensuring that any health changes receive the attention and accommodations they require. They will provide families with long-term support, guidance, counseling, products, resources, guides and coordinates all the care components for your family member.
They will provide family members with the knowledge and skills to achieve a quality positive visit by all family members. They are experienced, compassionate professionals who have worked extensively training family’s to learn and understand Alzheimer’s or other forms of Dementia, such as learning to speak in new ways to accommodate language changes and understand and accept the behaviors of Alzheimer’s.