Person centred Care for Dementia & Alzheimer’s

Engaged minds stay stronger

The key to caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or Dementia is ensuring attention is paid to all areas in their daily living – their mental, physical and spiritual lives. The healthier your loved one feels, the more progress they are likely to make mentally and so inevitably feel happier inside. Their happiness too will inevitably lead to your peace of mind.

At Comfort Keepers® our Interactive Caregiving™ approach is designed to address the needs of those experiencing the symptoms of Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, helping to raise their quality of life and their mental health.

The power of an active senior mind

Comfort Keepers® provides your loved one with a wide array of activities to exercise and invigorate their mind and promote their health and happiness. The Interactive Caregiving™ approach helps to address the needs of those experiencing the symptoms of Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

Overall, mentally-active older people are less likely to develop Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, and more likely to strengthen their cognitive function. Consequently, this adds meaning and enjoyment to lives and a sense of self-worth and greater independence, which is the goal of Comfort Keepers®’ home care service.

Our minds, just like our bodies, need exercise to remain flexible and agile. And just as weak muscles increase the risk of falls; an under-exercised brain can lead to confusion, depression and even an increased risk of developing Dementia. We know that the mind-body connection is critical to your loved one’s overall well-being, which is why our unique approach to home care works to help maintain strong, vibrant minds.

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Giving purpose to life

Comfort Keepers® Interactive Caregiving™ is designed to motivate, enthuse and challenge through problem-solving, games, and favourite hobbies. These kind of mental activities help older people keep engaged in their favourite pastimes as far as possible and find value and purpose in life. This in turn leads to feelings of self-worth, an optimistic, can-do spirit, and an enhanced level of independence.

Working together for a better quality care

At Comfort Keepers® we know you need peace of mind that your loved one is receiving quality care. You need to know how progress is taking place and you need access to processes and carers at all times. That is why we developed our Family-Connect-Programme. Working together we can ensure quality care and a great future for everyone together.

We are here to help. Call to talk to one of our care experts on 01903 691762 or fill in our simple to use web form.

We look forward to hearing from you!