Caring for Your Special Home Care Needs: Mind, Body, Spirit, & Environment
At Absolute Companion Care, a provider of dementia care in Towson and the surrounding area, we provide care that is fundamental for helping older adults maximize their wellbeing and independence wherever they choose to call home. But oftentimes, older adults, particularly those living with chronic conditions, require more specialized care in order to remain safe and happy. Our highly trained caregivers can provide expert specialty care services that help your senior loved one feel safe, calm, secure, and engaged, including:
- Care for chronic conditions:
- Alzheimer’s & dementia
- Cardiovascular disease
- Parkinson’s disease
- Visual impairment
- Incontinence care
- Hospice support
- Rehab support
- Post-operative care
- RN supervision for skilled care
Compassionate, Consistent Alzheimer’s Care
Symptoms of dementia vary widely among individuals, and mild to moderate dementia and safety oversight can often be appropriately addressed with our Level II or III home care services.
We provided the professional Alzheimer’s and dementia care Towson seniors need, including little extras, such as:
- Social engagement with “personal meaning” (interactions to do “with” and not “for” the client)
- Greater attention to food and fluid intake to ensure proper nutrition and hydration
- Emphasis on a pleasant and enjoyable mealtime
- Modeling behavior to fill in “memory gaps”
- Removing clutter to avoid confusion
- Familiarity and routine
Training Makes All the Difference!
We know that living with dementia is often a sensitive and challenging time for older adults and their loved ones. That’s why all our caregivers receive extensive education via Relias Learning (formerly the Institute for Professional Care Education), a nationally renowned training and certification agency for caregiving professionals. We also require continuing education for all caregivers who become certified in Alzheimer’s and dementia care to ensure your loved one receives the very best level of care.