Transitioning your loved ones into Alzheimer’s care can be a delicate process. With the right caregivers and facility, however, the transition can be rewarding for everyone.
Discover the different types of care available so that you can make the best choice.
In-Home Alzheimer’s Care
Many family members want to ensure their loved ones are not only comfortable in their time of need . But they also want them to be surrounded by the people and things they love most.
In-home care allows your family member to live in the place that is most comfortable and familiar. Daily routines remain intact, and home care professionals can create a seamless transition between medical care and everyday life.
Day Care/Part-Time Care
Some Alzheimer’s patients don’t need full-time care, but do require some supervision and company.
Day care or part-time caregivers can provide supervised care throughout the day, without forcing your loved one to transition to an unfamiliar facility environment.
Day care patients receive the support they need during the day and love and care from their family members at home after hours.
Assisted Living Alzheimer’s Care
You can’t offer your loved one round-the-clock care on your own. That’s why assisted living care is available.
All patients are cared for as if they were family here at the Brookfield Senior Living and Memory Care. The only difference is that Brookfield can offer a wide breadth of medical knowledge and support that is found outside of an assisted living facility.
We’ll make sure your family member receives the best possible treatment at all hours of the day.
Unlike with home care, you won’t need to worry about his or her medical treatment; simply take the time to enjoy each other.
Hospice Care for Alzheimer’s Patients
It’s never easy to choose hospice care for a loved one or family member, but it can be the best choice available in certain circumstances.
Hospice care offers round-the-clock support to ensure comfort, dignity and peace of mind for every patient. This specialized care can give you confidence that your family member is receiving the attention and support they deserve.
Finding the right kind of Alzheimer’s care isn’t always easy because not every patient has the same needs.
Visit brookfieldseniors.com to find the care that will allow your loved one comfort, support and safety.