Through the Seniors At Home Center for Dementia Care, our experts provide specialized in-home support for people experiencing Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, as well as practical and emotional support for their families.
Our Center for Dementia Care is comprised of social workers/care managers, trained caregivers, and a neurologist.
We build customized care plans to support quality of life and honor the unique identity of every client with dignity and compassion. We have an extensive list of services.
- Specialized in-home support with routine care needs
- Consultations to support families in navigating medical care
- Guidance in planning a dementia directive
- Cognitive capacity evaluations
- Education about dementia and memory impairment for families
- Training for home care attendants and other professionals who work with clients with dementia
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“Seniors at Home has been a godsend for us.”
A Unique Approach
Our approach to dementia and memory care centers on the strengths and abilities of each individual in our care. We provide customized care plans designed to support quality of life, help prevent fluctuations in mood and behavior, and honor the unique identity of every client.
Support for Loved Ones
When a loved one has dementia, it can often be a challenging adjustment for the whole family. Through one-on-one consultations, local events and ongoing support, we give families the education, encouragement, and practical tools they need to navigate the path ahead.
“I have no words to properly express how grateful I am for everything the Center for Dementia Care has done for my father and for me. Thank you for your patience, kindness and support.”
All Seniors At Home caregivers are trained in memory care, and our team provides ongoing, one-on-one support to caregivers in the homes of those experiencing memory loss.
Skyview Day Club
Skyview Day Club is virtual and open to individuals all along the memory loss spectrum. Participants enjoy exceptional daytime programming in a warm and welcoming online community.
The program runs from 10 a.m. to noon, Monday to Friday.
For more information contact Jen Tripathy at [email protected]
Family Caregiver Support Group
Caring for an adult with memory loss can be challenging. Our group allows participants to share experiences and ask questions while receiving emotional support, information, and resources. Facilitated by a professionally trained moderator.
Meetings are online every Thursday from 11:00 am – 12:30 pm. They are free and are open to anyone caring for a family member with dementia or memory loss.
To get login information please email Jen Tripathy [email protected]
CONNECTivity Toolkit for Families
Our one-of-a-kind CONNECTivity Toolkit helps families engage and connect with a loved one who has memory loss. The kit includes communication techniques, interactive activities, and practical tools for managing care as well as an expert consultation for using the kit in your particular situation.
To request a dementia care consultation, call us at 415-449-3700 or fill in the form below.