Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care

  • Manage tasks of daily living
  • Maintain safe environment
  • Maintain structure while building security
  • Encourage physical activity and social interaction
  • Monitor changing needs
  • Other tailored services from our comprehensive list as needed

Cognitive Stimulation

  • Cognitively engage and stimulate language and memory skills
  • Memory, visual and language games
  • Interactive activities
  • Maintain social ties encouraging interpersonal connectedness
  • Companionship

Physical Activity

  • Encourage appropriate and safe physical activity
  • Daily indoor/outdoor walks
  • Chair and stretching exercises
  • Supervise and encourage prescribed exercise programs
  • Build strength by encouraging physical movement based on abilities promoting increased energy and stamina

Medication Reminders

  • Set reminders/schedule medication compliance
  • Prompt and/or set reminders to measure blood glucose levels
  • Arrange medication delivery with pharmacy

Overnight Assistance

  • Assistance with mobility
  • Enhanced observation
  • Preventing incidents
  • Incontinence management
  • Attending to needs of client restlessness
  • Building feelings of safety and security

Accompaniment on Appointments,
Errands and Outings

  • Create calendars and schedules for outings, appointments and upcoming events
  • Help to ready and accompany to, from and during appointments
  • Schedule follow-up appointments
  • Companionship

Personal and Oral Hygiene

  • Provide assistance (preventing falls) when needed maintaining utmost dignity
  • Assist with bathing and overall cleanliness
  • Check skin for irritation or other problems
  • Monitor foot health
  • Purchase personal necessities

Light Housekeeping/Laundry

  • Maintain basic housekeeping including washing dishes, vacuuming and dusting
  • Launder and put away clothes, linens and towels
  • Organize clothes by day, season, event

Meal Preparation

  • Encourage and maintain healthy nutrition through meal preparation according to nutritional or dietary needs
  • Monitor intake and overall diet
  • Monitor fridge and pantry for food spoilage
  • Encourage autonomy in the kitchen
  • Grocery shopping as needed

Toileting and Incontinence

  • Manage toileting and/or incontinence issues maintaining utmost dignity
  • Assess and monitor issues related to constipation
  • Monitor other potential issues such as urinary tract infections
  • Maintain proper skin integrity

Respite Care

  • Caregiver support for family members needing time to tend to their own responsibilities and needs
  • Other tailored services from our comprehensive list as needed

Post-Operative Care (Hospital or Home)

  • Manage and maintain appropriate level of care to create a smooth transition
  • Assistance with tasks of daily living
  • Assistance with mobility
  • Assistance with medication schedules
  • Encouragement and support
  • Attend post appointments

Hospital Aid

  • Provide security when alone in an unsettling environment
  • Prevent confusion and delirium
  • Prevent isolation in an unfamiliar setting
  • Assistance with personnel needs
  • Communicate hospital happenings with family members

Mental Health Support

  • Build feelings of safety and security by creating a structured environment
  • Create and maintain meaningful relationships
  • Provide routine, attention, commitment and respect, reassuring client

Organizing Transitions

  • Guidance finding a new home to meet increasing/evolving needs
  • Ensure a successful move from home to a new residence, hospital or senior’s facility
  • Hospital to home/senior’s facility discharge management
  • Create safety and security in a new environment

Care Management and Advocacy

  • Communicate, coordinate and structure all health, social and personal needs
  • Manage administrative tasks and correspondence related to health, social and personal needs
  • Navigate the health care system on client’s behalf

What They Say

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Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care

When a loved one is diagnosed with Dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease, there is so much to learn, worry and plan for.  The right care plan can help your loved one maintain their dignity and maximize quality of life even in the face of diminishing autonomy. The BethCare team is committed to ensuring a caring environment by first providing a variety of options of care, information and resources in a manner that honors the dignity seniors and families deserve. We will work through the details and create solutions together.  You are not alone on this difficult journey.

Care Management and Advocacy

  • Navigating the health care system on behalf of the client
  • Consulting and advocating on behalf of the client and their family in complete confidentiality
  • Communication, coordination and structuring all health care, social and personal needs
  • Coordinating, accompanying and communicating medical necessities
  • Managing and coordinating clients’ safety and wellbeing, that is above and beyond the caregiver’s responsibility
  • Organizing hospital to home discharge management

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