It is not easy to live with dementia. There will be a lot of adjustments that you need to make so you can leave a normal life. Even your family members need to be educated about your condition so they can also provide you with the support you need to get by. A person with dementia will struggle with completing daily activities. Experiencing depression or anxiety is also common and may lead to social withdrawal.
Seniors with dementia need to receive care in the comfort of their homes. However, it will take a competent and qualified caregiver to provide support and assistance. If a caregiver is not willing to provide the care that the patient needs, making dementia more manageable for clients will be impossible. Keep in mind that a caregiver will not only assist the client in ensuring that daily tasks are completed but also provide a care plan that matches the client's day-to-day needs.
The family members of the client with dementia is responsible for providing care and support. However, due to their obligations and conflicting schedules, caring for their loved one becomes a challenge. Senior Buddies understands this concern. They have services to ensure that a loved one with dementia will still have enough support and assistance in the absence of their family members.
Senior Buddies offers daily care plans, companionship, social engagement, family support, light physical activity, incontinence assistance, bathing and grooming, medication reminders and light housekeeping. Anyone who has dementia should not be deterred from living a normal life. Senior Buddies is here to help you.