Continuum of Care: Personalized Support at Every Stage
The progressive declines associated with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia demand a holistic, personalized approach to full-time care. Each person diagnosed with dementia will experience their own set of challenges through every stage of the disease — a combination of cognitive, behavioral, and physical effects as unique as each individual.
ComfortCare Homes’ services are designed to deliver customized attention and a consistent, compassionate pathway through all stages of the disease. This specialized care can be difficult to find.
“In many assisted living and nursing homes, memory care is either integrated into various areas of the facility or is organized as a smaller unit sharing staff among the entire caregiving team,” says Robert Miller.
“Caring for individuals with Alzheimer’s and dementia requires specific practices that aren’t always widely taught in most senior care facilities. Because we’ve specialized in dementia care since our founding, we understand the best care practices at every stage.”
ComfortCare Homes’ complete continuum of care starts with helping to coordinate in-home services from ComfortKeepers (a sister organization), full-time care in beautifully designed ComfortCare residential home environments, and advanced care at the custom-built Founder’s Crest home.