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Dementia Care

Dementia care. In home dementia care assistance.

In-Home Dementia Care

Dementia is a complex condition that affects an individual’s cognition, physical health and quality of life.

While many prefer to remain in their home throughout all stages of the illness, remaining safe in the home environment requires appropriate supervision and support.

We provide dementia care and assistance that is family centered and medically recommended. At Texas Home Care, we understand the unique needs of individuals with dementia — and we’re committed to providing quality care that enables them to remain at home.

Sadly, there is no cure for dementia, but there are medical and non-medical treatments available to help cognitive and behavioral symptoms.

  • Non-medical treatments for dementia include structured daily routine, monitoring comfort and creating a calm environment.
  • Medical treatments for dementia include the use of medications that calm and improve mood.

Our goal is quality of life for you and your family, and we achieve this with a personal approach to care. We focus on non-medical in-home dementia care and treatments for your loved one, as well as overseeing medication doses as prescribed by your doctor.

When someone is diagnosed with dementia it can be overwhelming and hard to know where to turn. Our caregivers receive specialized training that helps us create a dementia care plan that is specific to the current abilities and stage of dementia and modified as one progresses and skills change.

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Your Privacy is Assured.
The information you enter here will never be shared, traded, rented or sold, and you will not be bombarded with unsolicited phone calls. I’m Steve Cook, owner of Texas Home Care, and you have my word on it.

We provide non-medical dementia care services that allow your loved ones to continue living in the comfort, safety and familiarity of their own home.

If you have a parent, grandparent or loved one who could benefit from the personal assistance of a home caregiver, contact us for a free, no-obligation home care assistance consultation.

As a provider of senior care and elder care personal assistance services specializing in long term care insurance assistance, we are uniquely able to offer you customized in-home care assistance with tremendous flexibility to design a plan that fully meets your needs.

Call us and speak with one-on-one with our Care Manager. We’ll provide you with comprehensive information about our in-home dementia care services and we’ll help you create a program that’s perfect for you and your loved ones.


More About Dementia Care

What is Dementia?

Dementia is characterized by a decline of intellectual functioning, most notably memory loss. Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, affects over five million people in the United States. Dementia and Alzheimer’s can also affect social abilities and interfere with one’s daily life. Dementia and Alzheimer’s can also cause changes in a person’s mood, personality and behavior.

As people get older it’s common for them to forget things. But at what point is misplacing your car keys considered old age or something worse? Below is a list of common symptoms present in Dementia versus typical aging.

  • Problems with language.
  • Poor or decreased judgment.
  • Difficulty performing familiar tasks.
  • Forgetting recently learned information.
  • Changes in mood, behavior or personality.

There are profound physical and psychological disabilities associated with dementia, and patients require careful monitoring and attention. Specific methods of care can support patients in managing the symptoms they are experiencing.

Treatment for Dementia

Currently, there is no cure for dementia, but there are medical and non-medical treatments available to help with both cognitive and behavioral symptoms. We focus on non-medical in-home care treatments for your loved one, while also being able to oversee medication doses, if needed.

While there’s no cure, treatments for dementia may improve the quality of life. However, there are going to be good days and bad days, and it’s those bad days when extra support are important for your loved one, as well as for you, caring for mom, or dad afflicted with dementia.

If you have a loved one with dementia, we can help you with in-home care services that will allow them to stay safe and comfortable in their own environment.

Call us and speak with one-on-one with our Care Manager and see how we can help you provide the best care for your loved one.