Seniors Memory Care
Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Memory Loss
Cognitive decline comes in many shapes and sizes. Individuals with memory loss or dementia likely have very different needs from an individual with only physical limitations.
An individual with cognitive impairment may forget to eat, or not recognize when it’s time to use the restroom. There may be a greater risk of trips or falls with a loved one who does not recall their own physical limitations. In some cases, “mom” may like to take walks or go outside—but not be able to find her way home.
What types of assistance may be necessary for a loved one experiencing cognitive decline?
- Assistance with Eating and/or Meal Preparation
- Assistance with Toileting
- Medication Set-ups and Reminders
- Respite for Family Member(s)