In Home Care – Assisting Hands – Lyndhurst, NJ

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Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care in Lyndhurst, NJ

Assisting Hands Home Care offers Alzheimer’s and dementia care services to support individuals affected by dementia in Lyndhurst, NJ, and the surrounding areas of Hudson County, enabling them to live safely at home. Our caregivers have the experience to provide effective personal care and assistance for dementia patients and respond to common behaviors to ensure their safety and comfort.


There are approximately 5 million seniors in the U.S. who are affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.  Dementia in all its forms is a degenerative cognitive condition in which general cognitive abilities, including memory, slowly decline.  The symptoms start out mild, such as issues with short-term memory, but over time, long-term memory becomes affected and there is a severe decline in cognitive abilities.  Those affected by dementia require consistent care to live safely and they benefit most from receiving care in a familiar environment such as their home.

Memory Care from Assisting Hands

Assisting Hands Home Care offers specialized Alzheimer’s and dementia care services in Lyndhurst, NJ, ensuring the safety and well-being of seniors living with dementia in the comfort of their own homes.  Our dedicated caregivers have experience providing personalized memory care, attending to the unique needs and behaviors of dementia patients.  We strive to create a safe and comfortable environment for your loved ones, providing the necessary care and assistance they require.

Our licensed, bonded, and insured caregivers can provide memory care for affected seniors in all stages of dementia.

Why Choose Assisting Hands?

  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
  • Experts in 24-Hour and Live-In Care
  • No Long-Term Contracts
  • Care Managers Available 24/7
  • High Caliber Caregivers
  • Trusted by the Medical Community

Alzheimer’s Disease vs Dementia

The terms “Alzheimer’s disease” and “dementia” are often used interchangeably, but it’s crucial to distinguish between the two.  Dementia is a broad term for various conditions that impact cognitive abilities and memory, while Alzheimer’s disease is a specific type of dementia.  It’s worth noting that Alzheimer’s is the most prevalent form of dementia, accounting for 60 to 80 percent of all cases and ranking among the leading causes of death in the U.S.  At the onset, all forms of dementia have mild symptoms that progressively worsen over time, affecting long-term memory, cognitive abilities, and overall awareness.

In Home Senior and Elder Care by Assisting Hands Home Care

It is easy to miss the initial symptoms of dementia because they resemble typical aging, but it is important to recognize the symptoms in your loved ones so they can receive care as soon as possible.  You should look out for the following early signs of dementia:

  • Problems with short-term memory
  • Difficulty holding conversations
  • Mood swings and irrational behavior
  • Impaired reasoning
  • Visual and spatial misjudgments

Dementia and Alzheimer’s Home Care

Our caregivers at Assisting Hands Home Care can provide effective memory care for those affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.  We can help dementia patients with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as eating, bathing, dressing, and transferring, and we will react to common behaviors with positive reinforcement.  Having our caregivers present will provide your loved ones with a familiar and trustworthy face, helping to minimize mood swings and agitation.

Home Care by Assisting Hands Home Care

We begin our memory care services by meeting with you and your loved ones to determine their care needs as well as their current condition.  We will then create a personalized care plan that can be adjusted as their condition progresses.  Our memory care includes personal care and assistance, medication reminders, transportation, and help with household tasks.

Our caregivers can also do the following to react to common behaviors of dementia patients and engage them in stimulating activities:

  • Accompany your loved ones when they start to wander to prevent them from falling or leaving the home
  • Respond to agitation and mood swings with positive reinforcement
  • Do craft projects and play simple games
  • Stimulate past memories by looking through family photo albums
  • Watch their favorite movies and TV shows, listen to music, and read books
  • Take them on fun, safe outings

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Home Care Services in Lyndhurst, NJ


Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care by Assisting Hands Home Care

We don’t provide just any caregiver but send someone who is engaged, compassionate, and caring. Your loved one’s comfort, safety, and wellbeing are our top priorities.

Call Assisting Hands Home Care for Memory Care Services

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Seniors with dementia need consistent care to stay safe and comfortable at home and it can be difficult for families to provide effective care without outside help.  Our caregivers can ensure the safety and comfort of your loved ones with effective memory care.

If you have loved ones with dementia who could benefit from professional home care, call Assisting Hands Home Care at (551) 239-8651 for Alzheimer’s and dementia care in Lyndhurst, NJ.

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