Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care

Unicity Homecare providing non-medical service

Our specialization

Alzheimer’s and dementia care is our specialization. Many renowned healthcare  and dementia care service providers in New Jersey call on Unicity’s expertise when dealing with people with Alzheimer’s / dementia.

With Alzheimer’s being a progressive disease, it is essential care be supervised and adjusted at each level: early stage, middle stage and late stage. Our care managers guide you through the appropriate care alternatives during the progression of the disease.

Dementia practitioners

All Unicity care managers undergo regular training sessions on Alzheimer’s and other dementia related diseases. Our care managers are dementia experts/practitioners with significant experience dealing with Alzheimer’s clients and their families. Our in depth care assessments are customized and include, among several other cognitive tests, an interpretation of Folstein’s Mini-Mental State Exam. Safety being a major concern when dealing with Alzheimer’s people at home, our assessment includes a review of the client’s home environment. Because the person may experience changes in judgment, orientation to time and place, behavior and senses, our care managers make sure the home environment is safe and supportive.

Our plan of activities

Unicity Senior Advisors are here to help

For our clients whose best care alternative is homecare, we offer activities planning. Our senior care management team has created a unique plan of activities for people with dementia. Whether at home or in an assisted living facility, our clients and their families can benefit from this plan of activities. The goal is to keep clients engaged and stimulated through various customized activities that can be led by a caregiver or one of our dementia specialists/care managers.

Our plan of activity is a unique 3 step process:

  1. Thorough assessment of the cognitive and physical abilities of the individual, along with their interests.
  2. Write up of a customized plan of activities and presentation to the family member/ responsible party.
  3. Implementation of the plan of activities by one of our care managers including activity led sessions by one of our professionals.

Planning activities for people with dementia is a continuous process. As the disease progresses, our care managers will keep the activities flexible and make the appropriate adjustments.

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