As the fight against COVID-19 continues, CCTC is here to help you stay protected
If you have a parent or senior loved one with Alzheimer´s disease or another type of dementia, we can bring you some facts that might help you in your role in caring for someone with dementia.
First of all, educating yourself about dementia will be essential to maintain a positive attitude and have a sense of control as a caregiver. Accepting support is another important aspect you must want to consider, whether if it comes from a relative, a support group in your community, or a professional like Companion Care of the Treasure Coast. Compassion and empathy are important practices that will help you succeed in those hard moments when your patient becomes disoriented or confused.
Engaging a person in any activity that provokes pleasant memories is an effective way CCTC caregivers bring enrichment to their care visits.
Bringing the LOVE to each care visit is what sets CCTC caregivers apart. Caregivers are trained to use LOVE in every encounter.
Celebrating holidays and special occasions build a sense of value and enrichment for our customers.
Eye contact and meaningful conversation is a powerful way to engage a customer with dementia. CCTC caregivers are trained in specific communication techniques to assist our customers with cognitive skills.
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