Dementia Care

Dementia Care | Services Care Solutions | Live-In Home Dementia Care Services, In-home Dementia care

In-Home Dementia Care | A Dementia Caregiver provides support and security for those afflicted with a dementia illness

FCP Live-In Logo Dementia Care | Services Care Solutions | Live-In Home Dementia Care Services, In-home Dementia careFCP Live-In offers affordable in-home dementia care and Alzheimer’s care that has helped people with dementia live out their remaining years with dignity and respect, in the safety and comfort of their own home. Our personalized dementia care plans and a team of highly skilled and trained caregivers will ensure that your loved one is able to maintain their independence in the security of their home and familiar surroundings:

  • Companion services: Assistance with supervision, recreational activities, or visiting.
  • Personal care services: Assistance with bathing, dressing, eating, exercising, or other personal care.
  • Homemaker Services: Help with housekeeping, shopping, or meal preparation.

With FCP Live-In, affordable and experienced live-in home dementia care is now easier than ever.

Let us treat your loved one like family. Call us directly at 1 (866) 559-9492.

What is Dementia?

Dementia is a general term used to describe a cognitive decline that’s severe enough to interfere with daily life.

Alzheimer’s disease is the leading cause of dementia and accounts for 60-80% of cases in the United States. Other common forms of dementia include:

  • Vascular dementia: Occurs after a stroke.
  • Dementia with Lewy Bodies: Decrease in cognitive ability that’s accompanied by hallucinations, movement problems, and delusions.
  • Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD): This form of dementia affects personality and speech, but not memory.

Less common types of dementia include:

  • Parkinson’s Disease Dementia
  • Huntington’s Disease Dementia
  • Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease and Other Prion Diseases
  • Dementia in HIV/AIDS
  • Traumatic Brain Injury Dementia
  • Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome (Includes dementia from alcohol abuse)

A diagnosis of dementia requires that at least two of the following core mental functions be impaired:

  • Memory
  • Communication and language
  • Ability to focus and pay attention
  • Reasoning and judgment
  • Visual perception

Many forms of dementia are progressive. Dementia symptoms may start out mild and gradually worsen. Eventually, a person with progressive dementia will be unable to keep track of their purse or wallet, pay their bills, plan and prepare meals, remember appointments, take medications, or travel out of their neighborhood without becoming lost. These patients will require supportive care to ensure their safety and well-being.


Options for Dementia Care

Dementia Care at Home

More than 65 million people, or 29% of the U.S. population, currently provide care for a chronically ill, disabled, or aged family member. On average, they spend 20 hours per week caring for their loved one.  However, because patients with advanced dementia require around-the-clock supervision, many family caregivers are forced to either leave their jobs or cut back on hours at work.

According to one recent study, 6.3% of family caregivers suffer from anxiety and depression compared to just 4.3% of non-caregivers.  More than 17% of those caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia experienced other mental health issues compared to only 10.9% of the general population.

In a poll conducted by the Alzheimer’s Association, 35% of family caregivers reported that their own health had gone downhill while caring for their loved one.  Another survey by the Associated Press and the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found that 33% of caregivers struggle to maintain their own health and have skipped personal doctor visits because of caregiving duties.

Adult Day Care

Adult day care programs allow a dementia patient to remain at home but do not provide full-time care a dementia patient needs to be safe in their own home. Unfortunately, dementia patients sometimes prefer to stay at home and could vehemently resist going to the facility on any given day. Due to the popularity and growing demand for adult day care, especially for adults with modest disabilities, there are usually long waiting lists for a spot in the program.

Assisted Living Facilities

These facilities usually offer personal care assistance but at a high cost. They may also include supportive services such as housekeeping, meal-planning, and transportation but a lot of these services may incur added costs that would put an enormous financial burden on the family. Assisted living facilities usually can’t accommodate those with certain mobility issues. Once a dementia patient progresses to a certain point, these facilities generally require that patients transfer to a nursing home. This is also one of the most expensive dementia care options. Unfortunately, if a patient’s financial resources are depleted while in assisted living, they may be forced to relocate to a nursing home regardless of their level of impairment.

Nursing Homes

Nursing homes may offer 24/7 skilled care, however, due to chronic understaffing, these facilities usually can’t provide the personal level of care and comfort most dementia patients require. Because of their fragile cognitive state, dementia patients may also be exposed to traumatizing behaviors from fellow residents and are more vulnerable to sexual or other physical abuse. Even in the best of circumstances, the unfamiliar nursing home environment can confuse a dementia patient and lead to a more rapid decline than they might have experienced otherwise.

Why FCP Live-In is the Best In-Home Dementia Care Solution

Like many families coping with dementia, you want your loved one to remain at home for as long as possible. But caring from someone with serious cognitive issues can strain you and your family, financially and emotionally, to the point of breaking.
Fortunately, there is a better way!

Live-in home care allows your loved one to remain at home, in a familiar and comfortable living environment. The only change will be getting to know their caregiver. With the right match, they may even become the best of friends!

FCP Live-In can provide this in-home care, in most circumstances, at every stage of disease progression and in conjunction with other medical providers.

We know who we’re sending into your home! In fact, all of our caregivers undergo a strict screening and hiring process, are fully certified and provided with ongoing training.

At FCP-Live in, we understand that families depend on our expertise to provide quality in-home care and experiences. If you’re ready to explore the BEST solution for dementia care, call 1 (866) 559-9492.

About FCP Live-In And Our Dementia home care services

FCP Live-In Logo Dementia Care | Services Care Solutions | Live-In Home Dementia Care Services, In-home Dementia careWe have provided the ultimate solution for assisted Dementia care home services since 1997. Our live-in Dementia home care services agency is committed to providing a unique and customized In-Home Dementia home care services approach to senior care with the goal of a lifestyle that provides enjoyment for the one in care, and families with peace of mind. 

FCP Live-In is a Live-In Home Care company with over two decades of experience specializing in elderly care needs within the home. Our live-in caregiver staff provides an insurance policy of safe and supportive care, along with a 24/7 professional support system that is there for the client and the live-in caregiver at all times.

For more information about our Dementia home care services contact FCP Live-In today at 1 (866) 559-9492 or please fill out the form below.

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FCP Live-In Testimonials

“FCP caregivers really know how to handle Alzheimer’s and Dementia! Marjorie [caregiver] was pleasant, nice and caring to my Dad (Joseph, client). She took good care of my Dad and he also got along with Millicent [caregiver]. Who was also terrific”
– Gordon S. (Son) – Shelton, CT
“Monique [caregiver] is a hard worker and understands dementia, fall risks, and dehydration. She is nice, caring and takes really good care of my Mom. Which makes it stress-free for me! FCP Live-In’s services are wonderful!”
– Geraldine D. (Daughter) – Bridgeport, CT
“We could not have asked for a better match. Maureen knows Dementia and Walter’s (client) moods. She knows how to approach him politely, engages with him and is a good advocate for him. Maureen cooks, cleans and makes sure that everything is okay. She engages with Walter and keeps him motivated and alert, Mareen communicates well with me as well.”
– Stephanie S. (Wife) – Fairfield, ME
“My Mom’s caregiver Eugennie is ‘the best there has ever been’ She has great Dementia experience and the skill set to be able to separate herself but also is able to manage mom and calm her. She is also a good communicator with the family”
– Dr. Michael S. (Son) -Fairfield, CT
“Grace [carergiver] is top-notch with my Mom who has Dementia and redirects her when needed. She also keeps my mom fed, clean and does everything. FCP Live-In’s services are good! I am very satisfied!”
– Michael K. (Son) – Chicopee, MA

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