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Making mealtimes easier

Family members and caregivers play an important role in identifying eating-related problems of those with dementia. Mealtimes can be made easier by implementing a variety of strategies that promote independence.

These are six common problems and solutions:

Cognitive issues: include the inability to express needs or desires. Sometimes they forget to eat or are unable to distinguish food from the plate as a consequence of changing visual and spatial abilities.

  • Solution: Set an alarm clock or a phone call as a useful reminder for mealtimes. Snacks that don’t need to be refrigerated can be left out where they are easily seen.  Use contrasting plates with placemats.  Remember to keep water or another beverage within sight.  Your loved one might not always be able to tell you when they are thirsty.

Physical problems: include the inability to hold and use utensils; proper posture; fatigue; vision impairment; decreased depth perception; mouth sores; gum disease; dry mouth; poorly fitting or missing dentures; chewing or swallowing problems (dysphagia); and inability to move food inside the mouth.

  • Solution: Finger foods can be a nutritious and easy alternative, enabling a continued level of independence. If the person’s head tilts backward, move it to a forward position while allowing them to eat at their own pace.  You can also use double hand-under-hand to simulate the motion of the person feeding themselves.  This often is the most effective approach.

Menu-related concerns: include an overwhelming amount of choices; unappealing food presentations, smells, flavors, or textures; and foods that from the individual’s personal, cultural, or religious preferences.

  • Solution:  Keep long-standing personal preferences in mind when preparing food.  Understand that new food preferences usually develop. Simplify mealtime by serving one dish at a time.  Whenever possible, engage the care recipient in the process.  Let them express their likes and dislikes and adjust the offerings accordingly.

Lack of physical activity: can decrease appetite.

  • Solution: Encourage simple exercise, such as going for a walk, gardening, or washing dishes.  If your loved one is enrolled in a physical therapy session, try to incorporate the physical therapy suggestions.

Environmental issues: can be noise, visual stimulation, poor lighting, and temperature.  These  all have an effect on your loved one’s ability to eat.

  • Solution: Try serving meals in quiet surroundings, away from the television and other distractions. Keep the table settings simple. Avoid any table arrangements that may distract or confuse the person.  Use only the utensils needed for the meal.  Vision changes for all older adults, but especially for those living with dementia.  Remember that you will need to approach from the right angles in order for them to see you.

New medications or a dosage change may affect appetite.

  • If you notice a change, call the doctor.

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It is common for individuals in later stages of dementia to lose a considerable amount of weight. Physiological changes associated with aging, such as decreased thirst and hunger perception, can further complicate nutrition and hydration status in dementia patients.

 

It is important to address a decreased appetite while still making the most of your loved one’s abilities. Adapt recipes to enable self-feeding abilities at mealtimes, These are important opportunities for them to make choices.

Teepa Snow on Planning Activities to Enrich the Lives of People with Alzheimer’s

Strategies and techniques for dementia care

By now, you all know why we love the nationally renowned dementia care expert Teepa Snow and her GEMS® classification system techniques and strategies.  This Huffington Post article covers the essentials in providing family members and care partners the tools and tips that lead to positive and meaningful relationships with loved ones with Alzheimer’s and dementia.

As a person with Alzheimer’s and dementia progresses, it is important to continue to provide quality of life at each stage. Entertainment and activities are essential for the wellbeing of people with Alzheimer’s. While they do not slow the progression of dementia and Alzheimer’s, these activities can improve the quality of life for your loved ones.

“They can make the difference between a deadly boring day of staring at the floor and a rich sense of purpose and contentedness. They can also help the caregiver make a connection with the person, no matter how brief.”

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Move beyond entertainment

Games and activities help maintain motor skills and lessen agitation, depression, and stress. Projects that match your loved one’s skills and profession can provide a sense of independence and ownership. It’s important to adapt the activities you use to your loved one’s natural likes and  disposition. Here are some things to consider when providing a plan of care:

  1. What profession did you loved one choose?
  2. Which roles did they have and can you preserve or re-imagine some of that?
  3. Are they an extrovert or introvert?
  4. What were their hobbies?

While an extrovert is likely to enjoy group activities like bingo, your introvert will much rather do something on their own, such as solving puzzles or organizing coins.

For people with Alzheimer’s disease, a successful activity, whether it’s listening to music or playing a game, helps create meaning and pulls from past interests. These activities can provide your loved one with a chance to be more engaged, while fostering an emotional connection and self-expression.

According to Teepa, the single most important thing for family and professional care partners to keep in mind is:

“Provide more than just entertainment.

People with dementia can become tired or overstimulated if they have too much entertainment.”

Include productive and relaxation activities

It’s important to balance the day, by including productive activities (that the person can realistically to expected to be able to achieve), leisure time, fitness activities and, finally, rest and relaxation. Teepa stressed the importance of modifying your expectations as your loved one progresses through the stages of dementia. Activities that worked well with those in the early stages will not necessarily be successful for those in the mid- to late-stages.

People with dementia have the right to enjoy the highest possible quality of life and care by being engaged in meaningful relationships that are based on equality, understanding, sharing, participation, collaboration, dignity, trust, and respect.

At NursePartners, we work to match a highly qualified and experienced care partners to your preferences and expectations. We strive for hand-picked, exceptional care that meets the needs of each unique individual. Our specialized approach to care includes a customized treatment plan – our caregivers are dedicated to improving quality of life.

By keeping a record of everything from mood behaviors, health problems to daily activities, we can begin to understand what factors contribute to positive moods and overall happiness. Furthermore, our care partners have leading expertise and experience with dementia and Alzheimer’s care. Care partners also assist with transportation, preparing individualized meals, light housekeeping, and personal care.

If your loved one needs home care assistance or relief, our team would love to help. Contact us today.

Haverford, PA Home Health Care

Home Health Care

Haverford, PA Home Health Care serving Philadelphia, Montgomery, Elverson, and Delaware Counties.

Home Health Care in Haverford, PA

NursePartners is dedicated to providing the best Haverford, PA Home Health Care with peace of mind for you and your family. Below is a listing of typical in-home services. Haverford, PA Home Health Care services can be added or modified as needs change.


Haverford, PA Personal Care

  • 5Bathing, Grooming, and Hygiene
    NursePartners Certified Nursing Assistants help clients look and feel their best.  These services enhance clients’ mental and physical well-being, helping them feel positive about their appearance.  Bathing not only cleanses the skin but will provide relaxation and stimulate circulation.
  • Mobility Assistance
    We will assist clients as needed with mobility to help them maintain the most active lifestyle possible.  Being able to get out and about offers both physical and mental health benefits to seniors.  Physical health benefits of activity include increased energy, a strong heart, lower blood pressure, improved digestions, and restful sleep. Generally, activity improves mood, relieves stress, and increases alertness.
  • Transferring and Positioning
    Our Certified Nursing Assistant’s expertise lies in caring for the aging population.  We are experienced to move and place clients in correct posture position to promote health, safety, and the proper functioning of the body’s many systems.  Proper transferring and positioning from or into beds and chairs eliminate pressure areas on the skin, reduce weakening and stiffening of muscles, and facilitate proper breathing, digestion, and elimination.
  • Feeding and Diet monitoring
    NursePartners’ staff will enable clients to eat a well balanced diet that provides the energy needed for active living and nutrients for disease prevention. Adults may need help feeding themselves for a variety of reasons. They sometimes find it difficult to accept this loss of independence. We understand this and make every effort to ensure that mealtime is both enjoyable and social.
  • Toileting and Incontinence Care
    We are sensitive and compassionate in helping each client maintain self-esteem and dignity as they receive assistance with toileting and personal hygiene.  Through our caring approach. NursePartners’ staff decreases clients’ anxiety and the embarrassment that accompanies the loss of independence and need for toileting assistance.

Haverford, PA Companion Care

  • Philadelphia Home Care Meal Preparation
    We ensure that your loved one receives hot, delicious, and nutritious meals. We strive to include care recipients in the planning and preparation of these meals. Care partners share meals, making mealtimes a social activity.
  • Laundry
    The washing, dying, ironing and storage of clothing can be done either in the client’s home or the laundromat. We involve the client to make sure laundry is done to preference.
  • Light Housekeeping
    NursePartners’ light housekeeping services include dusting, sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, organization, changing linens, and performing other maintenance chores.
  • Grocery Shopping/Errands
    We are happy to shop for groceries and run errands. Clients may choose to stay home or accompany us.  Participating in errands is a great way to stay active!
  • Transportation
    NuresPartners staff are insured privately and by NursePartners to personally transport the client in either our vehicle or a privately insured vehicle.  We accompany the client to other care services, including medical appointments, shopping trips, barbershops, and beauty salons.
  • Medication Reminders
    Although Certified Nursing Assistants cannot administer medication, we will help ensure that clients take medications as prescribed.  We can assist with opening medication containers and reminding the client when it is time to take doses.

Best Haverford, PA Home Health Care

Each clinician that we employ possesses experience with the aging population and has an understanding and respect for each client and individual.  We will work diligently to assist, achieve, and maintain the maximum level of independence that is so important to older adults.

*** Haverford, PA Home Health Care may be called Home Health AideHome Health AgenciesRespite CareCaregiverElderly Care.

We serve Philadelphia and Suburbs

Center City, Philadelphia Home Health Care

Home Health Care
Center City, Philadelphia Home Health Care serving Philadelphia, Montgomery, Elverson, and Delaware Counties.

Home Health Care in Center City, Philadelphia

NursePartners is dedicated to providing the best Center City, Philadelphia Home Health Care with peace of mind for you and your family. Below is a listing of typical in-home services. Center City, Philadelphia Home Health Care services can be added or modified as needs change.


Center City, Philadelphia Personal Care

  • 5Bathing, Grooming, and Hygiene
    NursePartners Certified Nursing Assistants help clients look and feel their best.  These services enhance clients’ mental and physical well-being, helping them feel positive about their appearance.  Bathing not only cleanses the skin but will provide relaxation and stimulate circulation.
  • Mobility Assistance
    We will assist clients as needed with mobility to help them maintain the most active lifestyle possible.  Being able to get out and about offers both physical and mental health benefits to seniors.  Physical health benefits of activity include increased energy, a strong heart, lower blood pressure, improved digestions, and restful sleep. Generally, activity improves mood, relieves stress, and increases alertness.
  • Transferring and Positioning
    Our Certified Nursing Assistant’s expertise lies in caring for the aging population.  We are experienced to move and place clients in correct posture position to promote health, safety, and the proper functioning of the body’s many systems.  Proper transferring and positioning from or into beds and chairs eliminate pressure areas on the skin, reduce weakening and stiffening of muscles, and facilitate proper breathing, digestion, and elimination.
  • Feeding and Diet monitoring
    NursePartners’ staff will enable clients to eat a well balanced diet that provides the energy needed for active living and nutrients for disease prevention. Adults may need help feeding themselves for a variety of reasons. They sometimes find it difficult to accept this loss of independence. We understand this and make every effort to ensure that mealtime is both enjoyable and social.
  • Toileting and Incontinence Care
    We are sensitive and compassionate in helping each client maintain self-esteem and dignity as they receive assistance with toileting and personal hygiene.  Through our caring approach. NursePartners’ staff decreases clients’ anxiety and the embarrassment that accompanies the loss of independence and need for toileting assistance.

Center City, Philadelphia Companion Care

  • Philadelphia Home Care Meal Preparation
    We ensure that your loved one receives hot, delicious, and nutritious meals. We strive to include care recipients in the planning and preparation of these meals. Care partners share meals, making mealtimes a social activity.
  • Laundry
    The washing, dying, ironing and storage of clothing can be done either in the client’s home or the laundromat. We involve the client to make sure laundry is done to preference.
  • Light Housekeeping
    NursePartners’ light housekeeping services include dusting, sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, organization, changing linens, and performing other maintenance chores.
  • Grocery Shopping/Errands
    We are happy to shop for groceries and run errands. Clients may choose to stay home or accompany us.  Participating in errands is a great way to stay active!
  • Transportation
    NuresPartners staff are insured privately and by NursePartners to personally transport the client in either our vehicle or a privately insured vehicle.  We accompany the client to other care services, including medical appointments, shopping trips, barbershops, and beauty salons.
  • Medication Reminders
    Although Certified Nursing Assistants cannot administer medication, we will help ensure that clients take medications as prescribed.  We can assist with opening medication containers and reminding the client when it is time to take doses.

Best Center City, Philadelphia Home Health Care

Each clinician that we employ possesses experience with the aging population and has an understanding and respect for each client and individual.  We will work diligently to assist, achieve, and maintain the maximum level of independence that is so important to older adults.

*** Center City, Philadelphia Home Health Care may be called Home Health AideHome Health AgenciesRespite CareCaregiverElderly Care.

We serve Philadelphia and Suburbs.

Radnor, PA Home Health Care

Home Health Care

Radnor, PA Home Health Care serving Philadelphia, Montgomery, Radnor, and Delaware Counties.

Home Health Care in Radnor, PA

NursePartners is dedicated to providing the best Radnor, PA Home Health Care, giving you and your loved one peace of mind. Outlined below are some services we provide our clients.  Radnor, PA Home Health Care services can be adjusted as needs change.


Radnor, PA Personal Care

  • 5Bathing, Grooming, and Hygiene
    NursePartners Certified Nursing Assistants help clients look and feel their best.  These services enhance clients’ mental and physical well-being, helping them feel positive about their appearance.  Bathing not only cleanses the skin but will provide relaxation and stimulate circulation.
  • Mobility Assistance
    We will assist clients as needed with mobility to help them maintain the most active lifestyle possible.  Being able to get out and about offers both physical and mental health benefits to seniors.  Physical health benefits of activity include increased energy, a strong heart, lower blood pressure, improved digestions, and restful sleep. Generally, activity improves mood, relieves stress, and increases alertness.
  • Transferring and Positioning
    Our Certified Nursing Assistants are experienced in caring for the aging population.  We move and place clients in correct posture position to promote health, safety, and the proper functioning of body systems.  Proper transferring and positioning from or into beds and chairs eliminate pressure areas on the skin, reduce weakening and stiffening of muscles, and facilitate proper breathing, digestion, and elimination.
  • Feeding and Diet monitoring
    NursePartners’ staff will enable clients to eat a well balanced diet that provides the energy needed for active living and nutrients for disease prevention. Adults may need help feeding themselves for a variety of reasons. They sometimes find it difficult to accept this loss of independence. We understand this, making every effort to ensure that mealtime is both enjoyable and social.
  • Toileting and Incontinence Care
    We are sensitive and compassionate in helping each client maintain self-esteem and dignity as they receive assistance with toileting and personal hygiene.  Through our caring approach, NursePartners’ staff decrease clients’ anxiety and the embarrassment that accompanies the loss of independence and need for toileting assistance.

Radnor, PA Companion Care

  • Philadelphia Home Care Meal Preparation
    We ensure that your loved one receive hot, delicious, and nutritious meals. We strive to include care recipients in the planning and preparation of these meals. Care partners share meals, making mealtimes a social activity.
  • Laundry
    The washing, dying, ironing and storage of clothing can be done either in the client’s home or the laundromat. We involve the client when possible to make sure laundry is done to preference and engage them in a task.
  • Light Housekeeping
    NursePartners’ light housekeeping services include dusting, sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, organization, changing linens, and performing other maintenance chores.
  • Grocery Shopping/Errands
    We are happy to shop for groceries and run errands. Clients may choose to stay home or accompany us.  Participating in errands is a great way to stay active!  We also offer a Peapod grocery delivery service – ask us about it!
  • Transportation
    NuresPartners staff are insured privately and by us to personally transport the client in either our vehicle or a privately insured vehicle.  We accompany the client to other care services, including medical appointments, shopping trips, barbershops, and beauty salons.
  • Medication Reminders
    Although Certified Nursing Assistants cannot administer medication, we will help ensure that clients take medications as prescribed.  We can assist with opening medication containers and reminding the client when it is time to take doses.

Best Radnor, PA Home Health Care

Each clinician that we employ possesses experience with the aging population and has an understanding and respect for each client and individual.  We will work diligently to assist, achieve, and maintain the maximum level of independence that is so important to older adults.

*** Radnor, PA Home Health Care may be called Home Health AideHome Health AgenciesRespite CareCaregiverElderly Care.

We serve Philadelphia and Suburbs.

Ridley Park, PA Home Health Care

Home Health Care

Ridley Park, PA Home Health Care serving Philadelphia, Montgomery, Ridley Park, and Delaware Counties.

Home Health Care in Ridley Park, PA

NursePartners is dedicated to providing the best Ridley Park, PA Home Health Care with peace of mind for you and your family. Below is a listing of typical in-home services. Ridley Park, PA Home Health Care services can be added or modified as needs change.


Ridley Park, PA Personal Care

  • 5Bathing, Grooming, and Hygiene
    NursePartners Certified Nursing Assistants help clients look and feel their best.  These services enhance clients’ mental and physical well-being, helping them feel positive about their appearance.  Bathing not only cleanses the skin but will provide relaxation and stimulate circulation.
  • Mobility Assistance
    We will assist clients as needed with mobility to help them maintain the most active lifestyle possible.  Being able to get out and about offers both physical and mental health benefits to seniors.  Physical health benefits of activity include increased energy, a strong heart, lower blood pressure, improved digestions, and restful sleep. Generally, activity improves mood, relieves stress, and increases alertness.
  • Transferring and Positioning
    Our Certified Nursing Assistant’s expertise lies in caring for the aging population.  We are experienced to move and place clients in correct posture position to promote health, safety, and the proper functioning of the body’s many systems.  Proper transferring and positioning from or into beds and chairs eliminate pressure areas on the skin, reduce weakening and stiffening of muscles, and facilitate proper breathing, digestion, and elimination.
  • Feeding and Diet monitoring
    NursePartners’ staff will enable clients to eat a well balanced diet that provides the energy needed for active living and nutrients for disease prevention. Adults may need help feeding themselves for a variety of reasons. They sometimes find it difficult to accept this loss of independence. We understand this and make every effort to ensure that mealtime is both enjoyable and social.
  • Toileting and Incontinence Care
    We are sensitive and compassionate in helping each client maintain self-esteem and dignity as they receive assistance with toileting and personal hygiene.  Through our caring approach. NursePartners’ staff decreases clients’ anxiety and the embarrassment that accompanies the loss of independence and need for toileting assistance.

Ridley Park, PA Companion Care

  • Philadelphia Home Care Meal Preparation
    We ensure that your loved one receives hot, delicious, and nutritious meals. We strive to include care recipients in the planning and preparation of these meals. Care partners share meals, making mealtimes a social activity.
  • Laundry
    The washing, dying, ironing and storage of clothing can be done either in the client’s home or the laundromat. We involve the client to make sure laundry is done to preference.
  • Light Housekeeping
    NursePartners’ light housekeeping services include dusting, sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, organization, changing linens, and performing other maintenance chores.
  • Grocery Shopping/Errands
    We are happy to shop for groceries and run errands. Clients may choose to stay home or accompany us.  Participating in errands is a great way to stay active!
  • Transportation
    NuresPartners staff are insured privately and by NursePartners to personally transport the client in either our vehicle or a privately insured vehicle.  We accompany the client to other care services, including medical appointments, shopping trips, barbershops, and beauty salons.
  • Medication Reminders
    Although Certified Nursing Assistants cannot administer medication, we will help ensure that clients take medications as prescribed.  We can assist with opening medication containers and reminding the client when it is time to take doses.

Best Ridley Park, PA Home Health Care

Each clinician that we employ possesses experience with the aging population and has an understanding and respect for each client and individual.  We will work diligently to assist, achieve, and maintain the maximum level of independence that is so important to older adults.

*** Ridley Park, PA Home Health Care may be called Home Health AideHome Health AgenciesRespite CareCaregiverElderly Care.

We serve Philadelphia and Suburbs

Media, PA Home Health Care

Home Health Care

Media, PA Home Health Care serving Philadelphia, Montgomery, Media, and Delaware Counties.

Home Health Care in Media, PA

NursePartners is dedicated to providing the best Media, PA Home Health Care with peace of mind for you and your family. Below is a listing of typical in-home services. Media, PA Home Health Care services can be added or modified as needs change.


Media, PA Personal Care

  • 5Bathing, Grooming, and Hygiene
    NursePartners Certified Nursing Assistants help clients look and feel their best.  These services enhance clients’ mental and physical well-being, helping them feel positive about their appearance.  Bathing not only cleanses the skin but will provide relaxation and stimulate circulation.
  • Mobility Assistance
    We will assist clients as needed with mobility to help them maintain the most active lifestyle possible.  Being able to get out and about offers both physical and mental health benefits to seniors.  Physical health benefits of activity include increased energy, a strong heart, lower blood pressure, improved digestions, and restful sleep. Generally, activity improves mood, relieves stress, and increases alertness.
  • Transferring and Positioning
    Our Certified Nursing Assistant’s expertise lies in caring for the aging population.  We are experienced to move and place clients in correct posture position to promote health, safety, and the proper functioning of the body’s many systems.  Proper transferring and positioning from or into beds and chairs eliminate pressure areas on the skin, reduce weakening and stiffening of muscles, and facilitate proper breathing, digestion, and elimination.
  • Feeding and Diet monitoring
    NursePartners’ staff will enable clients to eat a well balanced diet that provides the energy needed for active living and nutrients for disease prevention. Adults may need help feeding themselves for a variety of reasons. They sometimes find it difficult to accept this loss of independence. We understand this and make every effort to ensure that mealtime is both enjoyable and social.
  • Toileting and Incontinence Care
    We are sensitive and compassionate in helping each client maintain self-esteem and dignity as they receive assistance with toileting and personal hygiene.  Through our caring approach. NursePartners’ staff decreases clients’ anxiety and the embarrassment that accompanies the loss of independence and need for toileting assistance.

Media, PA Companion Care

  • Philadelphia Home Care Meal Preparation
    We ensure that your loved one receives hot, delicious, and nutritious meals. We strive to include care recipients in the planning and preparation of these meals. Care partners share meals, making mealtimes a social activity.
  • Laundry
    The washing, dying, ironing and storage of clothing can be done either in the client’s home or the laundromat. We involve the client to make sure laundry is done to preference.
  • Light Housekeeping
    NursePartners’ light housekeeping services include dusting, sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, organization, changing linens, and performing other maintenance chores.
  • Grocery Shopping/Errands
    We are happy to shop for groceries and run errands. Clients may choose to stay home or accompany us.  Participating in errands is a great way to stay active!
  • Transportation
    NuresPartners staff are insured privately and by NursePartners to personally transport the client in either our vehicle or a privately insured vehicle.  We accompany the client to other care services, including medical appointments, shopping trips, barbershops, and beauty salons.
  • Medication Reminders
    Although Certified Nursing Assistants cannot administer medication, we will help ensure that clients take medications as prescribed.  We can assist with opening medication containers and reminding the client when it is time to take doses.

Best Media, PA Home Health Care

Each clinician that we employ possesses experience with the aging population and has an understanding and respect for each client and individual.  We will work diligently to assist, achieve, and maintain the maximum level of independence that is so important to older adults.

*** Media, PA Home Health Care may be called Home Health AideHome Health AgenciesRespite CareCaregiverElderly Care.

We serve Philadelphia and Suburbs

Chadds Ford, PA Dementia Caregivers

Dementia Caregivers in Chadds Ford, PA

Care. Connection. Companionship.

2Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia can be a challenging journey. Chadds Ford, PA Dementia Caregivers understand that dementia poses many changes that require personalized care, expertise, and compassion. Chadds Ford, PA Dementia Caregivers are an option for providing support to individuals, without moving them from their current residence.

NursePartners’ approach to Alzheimer’s and Chadds Ford, PA Dementia Caregivers is based on The GEMS™: Brain Change Model created by Teepa Snow. NursePartners recognizes Teepa’s positive approach to care as an effective method to provide care for loved ones living with dementia. This approach categorizes dementia stages with six different gemstones, defined by unique characteristics. Click here for an overview of the classification system.

 

1Trained carepartners are knowledgeable and experienced with dementia and adjust care accordingly. After an initial assessment, we create a plan of care to help your loved one live comfortably and safely. This positive approach allows carepartners to fill their time together with meaningful activities and positive interactions to best support every stage.

Our Chadds Ford, PA Dementia Caregivers carepartners are dedicated to improving quality of life. By keeping a record of everything from mood behaviors, health complications, and daily activities, we begin to understand what factors contribute to positive moods and overall happiness.

By appreciating and understanding what is changing and what is still possible, we generate a plan of care that is positive and productive

Some of the services we provide are:

  • 4Companionship
  • Meal preparation
  • Bathing, grooming, and hygiene
  • Mobility assistance
  • Transferring and positioning
  • Feeding / diet monitoring
  • Toileting and incontinence care
  • Light housekeeping
  • Errands and shopping
  • Medication reminders
  • Incidental transportation

Best Chadds Ford, PA Dementia Caregivers