Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care

Helping you stay safe and respected at home

If you or your parent has Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia; you’re not alone. On average, every sixty-sixseconds someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s disease, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Yet facing the disease can feel so isolating and so overwhelming. Our years of providing in-home dementia and Alzheimer’s care can help.

We have cared for hundreds of clients with dementia or Alzheimer’sover the years in the greaterPittsburgh area. Our experienced and compassionate caregivers allow our clients to safely remain home, or in the home of a family member.

Some of the things that our caregivers can provide include the following:

Stimulating mental awareness

Playing memory-enhancement games

Helping with crafts and reading

Encouraging social interaction with family and friends

Stimulating healthy conversation

Our caregivers can also assist with the following:

Meal preparation

Medication reminder’s

Light housekeeping

Bathing

Dressing and clothes selection

At In-Home Quality Care, we’re committed to honoring and celebrating the lives of our clients in the security that home provides. We understand the importance of remaining in your home and aging in place.

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