Home Care for Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia
The Alvita Care team includes dementia-certified Home Health Aides (HHAs) who can provide safe, supportive, and helpful home care to older adults living with Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia. Our work lengthens independence, preserves dignity, and gives enormous peace of mind to family and friends. Dementia and Alzheimer’s include many stages, and no two clients need the same care. As needs evolve and vary, our specialized training and knowledge help us adjust and adapt to what is required and helps most.
Our HHA dementia caregivers are supported by Registered Nurses (RNs) and experienced Care Managers for an extra level of quality. They can anticipate needs and draw on the resources of our extensive home care agency. It helps us deliver higher quality care than private Alzheimer’s caregivers working independently can offer. If you’re comparing among options to help an older loved one extend their independent life at home, we have many helpful services.
Keeping Alzheimer's and Dementia Clients Safe and Secure
Providing Appropriate Cognitive Stimulation and Support
Offering Companionship, Conversation, and Sensory Activities
Significant Memory Care Experience You Can Access
If you’re wondering about our memory care experience and expertise, we can say that one-quarter of Alvita Care’s home care clients have memory and cognitive issues. We’ve been in business since 2009 and are among the most active providers of Alzheimer’s and dementia home care services in the New York City metropolitan area – including NYC, Westchester County, Long Island, and New Jersey. We can create a care plan ideally suited to our loved one’s needs and adapt or expand it if their needs change.
We carefully match our dementia-certified Home Health Aides to clients after a thorough screening process. Having a caregiver in the home requires a good personality match for clients to feel comfortable and accept the help offered. We understand the nuances of each relationship and work to assure the comfort and peace of mind of our clients and their families. It makes in-home care a viable option for many clients who otherwise would need to move into a memory care center.