Loving Homecare Inc. In Fullerton: Helping Patients With Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care
At Loving Homecare Inc., we carry the vision of our founder by combining a loving environment with professional dementia home care in Fullerton services. We understand that having a caring partner in ageing can bring that person and their whole network of family and friends an incredibly supporting experience. Similarly, we keep this vision with our Loving Homecare Inc. services by helping your loved ones in all the various stages of dementia. Our caregivers are trained to a high standard so they can deal with all aspects of disease for their loved ones.
We provide many services as part of our Alzheimer’s care Fullerton services. They are:
Our memory care program helps your loved ones suffering from memory loss and problems with remembering, which are symptoms of dementia. These symptoms can be distressing for both the patient and family members, so our services can relieve them. Our memory loss care ensures that patient’s memory is stimulated, so it doesn’t deteriorate. We do this in various ways like communicating, establishing a routine, moderate exercise, monitoring diet, and talking about past experiences. We do this all within a Loving Homecare Inc. environment.
Complete Support Service:
Our specially trained caregivers are ready to support your loved ones according to your schedule in a comprehensive manner. We provide you with a plan created for your needs, so there is a minimal hassle. Whether you want our services a few hours a day, full-time, or all day, we are ready to help you out.
We conduct regular checkups for all our patients to ensure that they are healthy. We also provide regular updates from these checkups to family members to ensure that you don’t have to worry. In this way, you can rest assured that you don’t have to worry about your loved ones knowing they are safe.
The elderly can have various health conditions and complications at a tender age. This may require regular medication through multiple medicines. It can be a difficult task for those with Alzheimer’s to remember to take their medicine on time or at all. This is where our services can help by ensuring their medication schedule is maintained. We do this by reminding them to take it on time or administering it ourselves with the correct dosages. We even monitor side effects and inform you immediately if anything is wrong. If a complication occurs, we are ready to provide any emergency medical assistance they may require.
For Alzheimer’s patients, it can be challenging to walk to the bathroom when the need to go occurs. In later stages of their condition, they may even lose their sense and develop incontinence issues, which can be challenging to manage full time. Our staff is trained to help seniors with toileting and incontinence problems throughout the day as part of our Alzheimer’s & dementia care in Fullerton. This includes taking care of any messes that may involuntarily happen.
Alzheimer’s patients may lose the sense of staying clean or not knowing where the toilet is. Not keeping themselves clean can cause skin problems to develop that can cause them discomfort. Our caregivers can help by guiding them towards the bathroom or giving them a sponge bath in bed if they have problems going there. If they feel panicked during undressing, they help reassure them while covering them with a sheet. After that, they can help them with dressing ensuring they look tidy and feel clean, which can help their self-esteem.
It is challenging for Alzheimer’s patients to remember recipes and eat on time. This is where we can help out. Our caregivers are trained to cook food according to any diets and preferences throughout the day. This ensures that your loved ones’ nutritional needs are fulfilled with the food they actually like. We also ensure that the meals are varied so that eating does not become a tedious task. We can even prepare their favourite meals, which can help them recall memories they associate with food.
Loving Homecare Inc. is at your service. Contact us at (562) 448-3854 to reach our officials.