What Exactly is Memory Care?

By Doris Kasold, 4:27 pm on

And how can it help seniors with cognitive disorders?

Cognitive conditions pose a very unique set of challenges for aging adults and their family members. Though medications, emotional support and help with day-to-day living can aid in managing some symptoms, seniors in Florida with neurodegenerative conditions will usually require assistance from an expertly trained live-in dementia or Alzheimer’s caregiver in Tampa Bay.

What Is Memory Care?

Memory care services are designed to promote your loved one’s health and well-being, no matter what stage of the disease they’re in. Memory care includes a variety of things including social activities, entertainment and exercise, which all help stimulate mental function and increase awareness and quality of life. Memory care has been shown to decrease anxiety, depression and confusion among elderly adults.

In-Home Cognitive Care Experts

The dementia and Alzheimer’s caregivers at Home Care Assistance of Tampa Bay are trained to meet the individual needs of senior adults living with memory disorders. Home Care Assistance even had their team of scientists develop the Cognitive Therapeutics Method (CTM) to help senior adults improve their mental health. With CTM, our trained caregivers use personalized and fun in-home brain games to increase cognitive vitality, slow symptoms associated with dementia and Alzheimer’s, while increasing overall quality of life. We include these services at no additional charge because we acknowledge the importance of memory care for all aging adults and know firsthand the positive effects it can have on well-being.

Peace of Mind

If you are struggling to care for someone with dementia or Alzheimer’s, don’t wait until their needs become overwhelming. Everyday support and memory care services provided by the trained staff at Home Care Assistance in Tampa Bay are available on an hourly or 24/7 basis, giving you the time and the space you need to be the child, spouse or sibling your aging loved one needs you to be.

Please give us a call at 727-330-7862. We are always available by phone to discuss your aging loved one’s care needs and we can even schedule a free in-home consultation so that you can learn more about our personalized Alzheimer’s and dementia care plans.

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