How CareAgape Supports the Special Needs of Alzheimer’s Patients


How CareAgape Supports the Special Needs of Alzheimer’s Patients

As we grow older, we take every precaution we can to keep our minds sharp and our bodies active. However, we may eventually face disorders like Alzheimer’s and dementia.Your loved ones who may suffer from these progressive diseases require special attention, compassion, and care.

Here are 3 major reasons why CareAgape Homes is the ideal place for your loved one:

Attentive and Understanding Environment
We understand that Alzheimer’s can affect different people in different ways, and that’s why we provide specific care for those we care for. 

Whether your loved one lives independently and requires home visits or they’re in need of a full-care facility, we know that the comfort level of an environment can impact a person’s resilience, so we’re here to support them as best we can. Those with Alzheimer’s tend to do well in a highly supportive environment, living with others who do not have cognitive impairment.

Compassionate Caregivers
Our Caregivers are sensitive to the special needs of our residents with these disorders and know how to give them the best care possible to help mitigate any anxieties they might be feeling.
Having strong family support is also indispensable to our treatment programs. Family members are encouraged to get involved in the support plan and will be kept completely aware of any changes to the plan.

Activities and Programs
Studies show that keeping the mind active and engaged is one of the best ways to treat memory disorders, and CareAgape Homes takes this idea to heart.

All residents in our care programs are given the opportunity to participate in fun activities in the evenings and on the weekends related to their hobbies and interests, such as our “Memory and Cognition” program. Transportation is also provided, so our residents never have to worry about missing an evening of fun.

Memory disorders like Alzheimer’s and dementia can be difficult to deal with, but if you have a loved one in need of aid, give us a call today at (714) 646-6750 or visit us online and see more ways we can help your loved ones maintain health and happiness as they age.