Alzheimer's & Dementia Care
You Are Not Alone
Finding someone to assist with the caregiving and ease the demands can be challenging, to say the least. Families often ask themselves "How can I find the right person to help with Mom?" or "How can I be sure my loved one will be well cared for?"
Seeking assistance with caregiving duties is one of the most recommended ways experts advise families to cope with the demands of caring for a family member with Alzheimer's.
That is why hundreds of families have trusted Hopewell to seek out the best person to share in the caregiving responsibilities. A Hopewell Certified Nursing Assistant, Home Health Aide, Personal Care Assistant (GA), Companion/ Homemaker can provide families with peace of mind knowing that their loved one is getting one-on-one care from a compatible, dependable, and knowledgeable caregiver.
Share the Care
Hopewell nurses have received specialized training in Dementia/Alzheimer’s Care through the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.
Many of Hopewell's caregivers have received specialized training by The Alzheimer's Project of Tallahassee on topics such as:
- Making sure that your loved one is safe while you are away
- Managing challenging behaviors
- Managing other aspects of dementia
- Memory enhancing interventions such as reviewing memory books
- Encouragement and compassion