Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Memory Care

At Kindred at Home, we understand the special challenges of older adults who suffer from Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia or memory loss, and the stress this places on family caregivers. It is critically important that the client’s routines are maintained in a comfortable, safe and familiar environment.

It is also important to have experienced caregivers who have been trained to compassionately manage behaviors such as agitation, wandering, sundowning, mental confusion, and other conditions associated with dementia. And we are committed to offering long term caregiver relationships, for consistency and emotional bonding, to provide comfort and companionship. Our caregivers often feel as though they have become members of the family.

The Highest Standards in Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Memory Care

The priorities of our trained caregivers are to:

  • Maintain a comfortable, clean and safe home environment
  • Assist with daily activities to prevent falls or other injuries
  • Engage in mental and cognitive activities
  • Encourage and assist with light exercise and physical activities
  • Prepare healthy meals and monitor medication regimens
  • Provide transportation and escort to appointments or outings
  • Become and friend and trusted companion
  • Provide daily logs and full reporting

Tracking and Reporting on Each Caregiver Shift

Because of the special needs of Alzheimer’s and dementia clients, regular reporting on activities, moods and general health issues is essential. The family is kept fully informed of how your loved one is doing throughout every scheduled memory care assignment.

We have branch locations that serve multiple metro areas, including: