In-Home Care for Dementia

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Enrich Quality of Life with Dementia Care at Home in Texas

When a loved one receives a dementia diagnosis, it can be overwhelming to think about how to provide the best long-term care. At Your Side Home Care can help. Our caregivers are trained to provide specialized support for people with dementia, focusing on both their physical and mental well-being. Our goal is to create a family-caregiver alliance, providing top-quality home care services and support to families so they can make the most of their time together.

We are here for you whenever and however you need us. We offer both full-time care planning and occasional assistance, and our teams can help you with every aspect of your journey. From connecting you with support groups to ensuring that your loved one's home environment is safe, we’re ready to be your partner in care.

What is In-Home Care for Dementia?

At Your Side Home Care is DementiaWise® certified, meaning our caregivers are trained to support and enhance their clients’ remaining abilities while providing them with outstanding daily home care. Our services and goals include:

Improving Challenging Behaviors

Improving Challenging Behaviors

Our specialized dementia care techniques help your friend or family member stay calm, happy, engaged, and functioning at their best, no matter what stage of dementia they are in.

Enriching Lives

Enriching Lives

Our caregivers offer not only encouragement and support but also meaningful activities like music therapy, which engage your loved ones and foster stronger bonds among family members.

Collaborating in Personal Care

Collaborating in Personal Care

For dementia family caregivers, bathing, dressing, toileting, and grooming can present challenges. Let our trained team alleviate the stress of daily living, so you can prioritize nurturing your relationship.

Monitoring Safety

Monitoring Safety

Our team of experts understands the physical risks associated with memory loss and can help you create a safe and comfortable home environment for your loved one. We can assess your home for potential hazards and make recommendations for safety modifications.

Providing Nourishing Meals

Providing Nourishing Meals

Seniors with dementia face distinct nutritional challenges, such as changes in coordination, taste, smell, and chewing or swallowing abilities. Our caregivers can help overcome these mealtime barriers by creating balanced, nutritious meals that are tailored to individual needs.

Engaging the Five Senses

Engaging the Five Senses

Sensory stimulation can help people with dementia experience joy, relieve anxiety and depression, and improve their ability to communicate.

Types of Dementia Explained

Dementia is a complex condition that can cause a variety of symptoms, including memory loss, impaired cognitive function, and changes in personality. Caring for a person with dementia can be emotionally challenging, especially when they experience changes in personality. That's why our caregivers use scientifically proven strategies to alleviate the challenges of dementia and support families affected by it. We have helped seniors living with many forms of dementia, including:

Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer's disease is a progressive brain disorder that causes memory loss and other cognitive decline. It is the most common cause of dementia, a general term for loss of cognitive function.

Vascular Dementia

A type of dementia caused by damage to blood vessels in the brain, vascular dementia can cause memory loss, difficulty thinking, and changes in mood and personality.

Lewy Body Dementia (LBD)

In people with LBD, abnormal clumps of proteins called Lewy bodies build up in the brain. These clumps interfere with the brain's normal signals, which can lead to a variety of problems with memory, thinking, behavior, movement, and sleep.

Frontotemporal Dementia

Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) is a category of dementias that cause progressive nerve cell damage in the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain. These areas control personality, language, and behavior, which could cause extreme behavior changes beyond a person’s control.

Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD)

CJD is a rare, rapidly progressive neurodegenerative disorder. It is caused by a prion, which is an infectious agent that is made up of misfolded proteins. These proteins build up in the brain, causing rapid destruction of brain cells.

Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

MCI is a condition in which a person has mild memory or thinking problems that are greater than what would be expected for their age. MCI is not dementia, but it is a risk factor for developing dementia and can affect daily activities.

We’re Here to Help You Find the Answers You Need

Whether you have a formal diagnosis of dementia or not, it's normal to have questions. If you're looking for information about the disease or tips for caring for a loved one, our FAQs page is a great resource. Our compassionate experts are always happy to answer any questions you may have.

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Hear From Greater Houston’s Happy Families

Hear From Greater Houston’s Happy Families
  • I highly recommend this company. The staff was so very accommodating. I had a situation where both my mother and father were down and needed some assistance. ComeForCare Home Care sitter service absolutely came through to help us out. Thank you so much! - Johnny W.
  • Excellent care given to my loved one. The owner and employees respond to inquiries quickly and resolve matters with care in a timely fashion. Completely satisfied with all aspects of their work. Highly recommend the ComForCare Home Care team. - Lynda F.
  • If you’re looking for Compassionate personalized care staff is available 24/7 this is the company to have for your loved one(s). They are in contact with you constantly which brings warmth and comfort to you knowing your loved ones are in great hands. - Kristen R.
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