Reformation Home Health Care LLC
Five Elements of Care for Alzheimer's, Dementia & Memory Loss
To avoid triggering depression on the one hand and fear on the other, Dementia and Alzheimer's patients need an environment with the right balance of activity and calmness. Our care specialists are trained in the best methods for creating and maintaining this balance, and can also advise you on how to modify a home for a patient's optimal convenience, comfort, and safety.
The foundation of good health in old age begins with the right food: rich in fiber and antioxidants, with strict limits on fried dishes and artificial ingredients. To ensure your loved one gets the nutrients he or she needs, our caregivers will select foods and prepare meals that are good for the body and good for the brain.
Equally important for limiting the effects of Dementia/Alzheimer's - as well as extending your loved one's physical independence - is exercise. That's why a key part of our care includes motivating and assisting your loved one in performing the proper amount of varied physical activity each day.
Just like the body, the mind needs daily exercise in order to stay strong and healthy. To that end, our Dementia/Alzheimer's care specialists will engage your loved one in entertaining, purposeful activities (including games, discussions, and learning activities) which stimulate the brain and appeal to their interests.
For the elderly, as for most people, full health also entails the emotional rewards and sense of dignity that come from interacting with the wider world. For that reason, our caregivers and support team will also assist your loved one in finding, joining, and attending interesting programs and events within your community.
Reformation Home Health LLC provides Home Health Care in Southeast Lower Michigan including Home Health Care in Flint, Grand Blanc, Mount Morris, Clio, Davison, Flushing, Swartz Creek, Goodrich, Burton, Fenton, Linden and expanding areas.