Dementia and Palliative Care At Home

Dementia and Palliative Care Services in Kolkata

Dementia care at home in Kolkata is provided by Madre Health Care, an elderly … Of course, it helps that we have the entire gamut of medical support services.  Dementia Care At Home is the best solution for those suffering from advanced dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. 

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Dementia and Palliative Care Home Services

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Dementia Care

Dementia is a progressive degenerative neurological disorder usually affecting older people and causes a variety of symptoms including memory loss, difficulty in walking, mood swings, sleep disorders, change of personality, inability to perform daily activities etc. 

Medical & Non-Medical Services We offer

Medical Services:

Avoiding re-hospitalization after an illness or injury is our expertise. Our team of professionals works in conjunction with your doctor to deliver the highest possible health care at the comfort of your home. Together we establish a plan that will present the best opportunity for you or your love one to recover and gain independence at home. 

For Non- Medical Services we help eliminate unnecessary hospitalization. Our non-medical services may include but not limited to the following services:

SKILLED NURSING

THERAPY

Non Medical Services:

PERSONAL CARE

RESPITE CARE

COMPANIONSHIP

LIVE-IN

HOME MAKING

Flexible & Well-Suited Services

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Dementia & Palliative Care at Home: Our Services

Comfort, Safety and Daily Care:
Preventing Skin Problems
Bowel and Bladder Function Management
Bathing and Dressing
Arm and Leg Exercises
Preventing Falls
Stimulation of Senses in Dementia Patients
Planning Ahead
Begin with Basics
Touching Therapy
 Hearing Therapy
Communication
Sense of Smell to bring back Memory
Taste
Sensations & Textures
Imagination
Healthcare Issues
Medications
Managing Pain
Feeding When There Are Swallowing Problems
Ostomy & Wound Care
Evaluate wounds to determine the best approach to treatment
Ostomies Management
Social Activities
Social Activities with Families, friends to Stimulate memories
Bathing a Patient with Dementia
Treating Pain First
Communicating
Promoting Independence
Allaying Fears
Maintaining Routine
Pleasing Experience
Dementia Patients and Grief
Coping With Losses
Grief Process
Telling About a Death
Accepting Death
Emergency Planning
Reducing Falls

See Who You Can Appoint for Dementia Care Service

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Nurse

Doctor

Shift Timing

Short Visits

Hourly/Short Visits

Day Shift

6 Hours to 12 Hours

Night Shift

Night - 12 Hours

Live in

24 Hours Resident

Get to Know our Team of Experts

ElderCare at Home: Why Choose Us?

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FAQs On ElderCare at Home

Social services support for dementia
  • carers to help you with washing and dressing.
  • laundry services.
  • meals on wheels.
  • aids and adaptations.
  • access to day centers.

In-home care includes a wide range of services provided in the home, rather than in a hospital or care facility. It can allow a person with Alzheimer’s or other dementia to stay in his or her own home. It also can be of great assistance to caregivers.

Caring for Someone With Dementia: 5 Fundamentals
  • Accept support. Whether you are care giving for someone in your family, or whether you provide care professionally, never be afraid to ask for help. …
  • Actively empathize. Care starts with compassion and empathy. …
  • Be a realistic caregiver. …
  • Dementia is more than memory loss. …
  • Plan for the future.

It is quite common for a person with dementia, especially in the later stages, to spend a lot of their time sleeping – both during the day and night. … This can make the person sleep more during the day as their symptoms become more severe.

“Do You Remember?” And other things not to say to someone with dementia.
  • Stay in the present moment. …
  • Avoid asking the person questions about the past; rather, tell your own stories that don’t involve the person’s input (Ex. …
  • Avoid distractions. …
  • One step only: If asking a person with dementia to do something active 
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