We can be there for your loved ones
— when you can’t be
A high percentage of Companion Care’s clients in the Albuquerque and Rio Rancho area require in-home dementia care assistance. This is an area in which we can provide needed support to families who may feel overwhelmed.
Our experienced caregivers are trained to work with seniors who have challenges coping with their cognitive decline, whether early stages or moderate. Each staff member receives training based on the client’s needs. We offer personalized care plans for those with memory loss, whether Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s, or non-Alzheimer’s dementia causes it.
To maintain well-being, independence and dignity, while ensuring safe and reliable care in the home is our goal at Companion Care. Difficult situations can often require complicated decision-making. Our care consultants assist in looking at all options before making care decisions.
Our caregivers work every day to balance the needs of healing and personal care, with a focus on nutrition, health and fitness, social interaction, and quality of life. Through this dedication, our clients are empowered to live fuller, happier lives.
Consistency is a big factor in keeping our clients with memory issues feeling calm and reassured. Knowing the same caregiver or caregiver team will be there on a consistent, reliable basis is important to the well-being of our clients. Our caregivers are chosen for their maturity and emotional empathy, as well as their skills and experience.
Our in-home Dementia Care services include personal care, daily living tasks such as medication reminders, and other supportive care assistance, including transfers to and from a bed, chair, or toilet, if needed.
We offer light housekeeping services to help our clients keep their homes clean, organized, and comfortable. By learning about each client’s likes and dislikes, our caregivers can maintain a routine that is reassuring and makes our seniors feel “at home” and in control of their lives.
Our client’s socialization and companionship needs are as important as daily supportive and personal care. Caregivers suggest activities to help their clients stay active mentally and physically. Keeping our clients emotionally connected is also a big priority. Listening to the senior’s favorite music together or looking through family photo albums are some of the ways we bond with our clients.
Whether arranging exercise support or social visits and outings, or just answering the door or telephone, our caregivers do all they can to keep their clients “feeling connected” and part of the world.
These are some of the reasons why Companion Care is a top-notch choice for in-home dementia care.