Nurses On Call MD provides Alzheimer’s/Dementia in-home care to clients within the state of Maryland. Our compassionate and highly experienced Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) and Geriatric Nursing Assistants (GNAs) provide comprehensive support with the full spectrum of Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) that enables individuals who are afflicted with Alzheimer’s/Dementia disease to continue living both safely and comfortably. We can provide reliable in-home care assistance to individuals who are residing at a private home, independent living or assisted living facility, nursing home and hospital.
When is Alzheimer’s/Dementia Care Needed?
If you are noticing symptoms of Alzheimer’s/Dementia in your loved one, or they require significant assistance with ADLs due to the progression of their condition, you should consider the option for professional in-home care support. In addition to professional support with ADLs, Our professionals can also help to keep them safe and as engaged as possible.
When you are determining which in-home care agency is right for your loved one who is struggling with Alzheimer’s/Dementia, here are some important questions to consider:
- How much assistance does your loved one require with the Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)?
- How far has their disease progressed?
- Is the primary caregiver and other supporting family members able to support all the needs of the individual?
- How can in-home care benefit both an individual with Alzheimer’s/Dementia and their caregiver?
- How experienced and qualified is the in-home care agency who is providing care?
A person with Alzheimer’s/Dementia will gradually begin the process of losing independence as their disease progresses. In time, they will no longer able to do many of the things they once did before the onset of the disease. Attending to the needs of clients that are suffering from memory loss and other complications presented by dementing illnesses is very different than other types of in-home care and requires specialized training. Our experienced team has undergone thorough training and is certified in Dementia and Alzheimer’s care by the Alzheimer’s Association.
Supporting Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)