Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

Around the Clock Care is Our Specialty

We are specifically experienced in working with Alzheimer’s/Dementia clients at all stages of the disease process. Our RN case managers make an effort to train the family and primary caregiver on all aspects of care and connect the loved ones to support systems, assisting them every step of the way. 

WE provide activities for dementia clients, stimulation such as art, music, cooking, play dough, busy blankets, walks outside, foot massages, aromatherapy with calming essential oils other relaxing, stimulating activities. Our team customizes activities to the client’s life preferences.

Our team will amaze you with their capacity for love and patience

  • CareTime caregivers are specially trained in the care of Alzheimer's patients
  • Families often have no experience to care for a loved one suffering from Alzheimer's Disease. We help with education and stress relief for the family.

Alzheimer's Care Initiatives

  • Smile!
  • Gentle nature and soft voice (clients often respond to your voice and body language, not the content of your words)
  • Relaxed Body Language, they will detect the slightest tension
  • Never argue, instead agree
  • Never reason, instead divert
  • Never ever shame, instead distract
  • Never say "you can't", instead say "do your best"
  • Never command or demand, instead ask or model
  • Never condescend, instead encourage and praise
  • Never say "I remember", instead reminisce
  • Never say "I already told you", instead just repeat
  • Never lecture, instead reassure
  • Never force, instead reinforce
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CareTime goes the extra mile to assure our dementia caregivers has specific training and experience with Alzheimer’s and Dementia patients. We also have nursing expertise and a certified Alzheimer’s trainer on staff. You will be amazed at the capacity for love and patience that our team can provide for your loved one  and their families struggling with this disease.  

Take care of yourself; be patient, Get HELP when you need it! Try imagining what it would be like if your every thought was hijacked into a maze of random stimuli and confusion was the only destination. Your loved one may remember to put food in their mouth but forget to chew, and then forget to swallow. They may walk to a door and be fearful of walking through it. Sequencing becomes very difficult, the brain scrambles and re routes the thought patterns.