We offer services as below, as well as questions that may help you determine whether a specific day program fits your family’s needs.
Counseling: We provide support services for people with dementia and their families. For example, they may offer guidance on outside resources and arrange for supportive care in the home.
Health services: If the person with Alzheimer’s requires medical services (i.e., insulin shots, help with medication, etc.) we make sure to provide medical assistance. We also provide blood pressure checks and physical, dental, foot, eye or ear examinations.
Nutrition: We provide nutritious meals and snacks? Sample a meal to find out. If needed, ask if the center can accommodate a special diet or provide a culturally specific menu. Some centers also offer nutritional education programs.
Personal care: our centre provides help with hairstyling, toileting, eating, showering and other personal care tasks.accommodate a special diet or provide a culturally specific menu. Some centers also offer nutritional education programs.
Personal care: our center provides help with hair styling, toileting, eating, showering and other personal care tasks.
Activities: Daily activities may include music, art, recreation, discussion and support groups. Ask what activities are offered for people with dementia.
Behavior management: we also deal with behaviors associated with dementia. These many include wandering, incontinence, hallucinations, sexually inappropriate behavior or speech difficulties.
Therapy: we arrange physical, occupational or speech therapy on need basis. We have therapists on-call.
Special needs: We can accommodate other special needs too. The center equipped to deal with someone who uses a wheelchair, who is hearing or visually impaired, or who is handicapped in another way? Knowing about any service restrictions before using a center may help prevent problems.