Dementia Program

Dementia Care for Your Loved One

Dementia is a condition that causes nerve cells in the brain stop functioning properly. This most often occurs as a natural part of aging but rapid deterioration may be a more serious condition.

According to the National Institute on Aging, the most common condition is Alzheimer’s disease.

Other types of dementia may be caused by Lewy body dementia, frontotemporal dementia, vascular disorders or mixed dementia (a combination of these).

We recommend that you consult your family physician to learn more about you or your loved one’s condition.

It is quite common for individuals with dementia to require some support. CarePlus is here to help.

We Put Your Family First in Home Care


Here are some of the warning signs of dementia:

  • Memory loss, remembering or misplacing things
  • Difficulty performing familiar tasks
  • Problems with language, visualizing and spatial relationships
  • Disorientation with time and place
  • Poor judgment
  • Attention issues
  • Changes in mood, behavior or personality
  • Loss of desire or initiative

Dementia Program

Our program provides care for those who are experiencing forgetfulness to those who are confused and tend to wander.

Our support includes:

  • Medication Management
  • Escorts to Doctor Appointments
  • Meal Preparation
  • Other Services that can be customized for your family member include: technology solutions, medical alerts, wandering prevention and safety assessments

In-Home Care

Our services are adjusted to meet your needs. Whether you need us for a few hours a day, or 24/7, we can support you and your loved one. Our caregivers can help with memory care, lifestyle strategies, nutrition and daily living, physical stability, mobility and exercise, and fall prevention.

Assisted Daily Living services may include:

  • Medication Management
  • Wandering & Prevention of Wandering
  • Communication Techniques
  • Driving & Transportation
  • Bathing, Toileting & Incontinence
  • Dressing & Grooming
  • Hoarding & Organization
    Wandering Prevention
  • Exercise
  • Eating & Nutrition
  • Sundowning
  • Sleep Hygiene
  • Hallucinations

Caregivers provide:

  • Memory Care Activities of Daily Living: run errands, shop for groceries, tidy up the house, laundry and doctor appointments
  • Personal Hygiene/Self-Care: bathing/hair washing, dressing, toileting and grooming
  • Additional Support: medication reminders, meal prep and exercise

Next Steps, RN Assessment

  • Nurse Assessment
  • Customized Plan

Let’s Get Started.

Call us today at (301) 740-8870 or email to discuss your needs.
We are here 24/7 to help you.

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