Activities that Caregivers Can Do With Seniors who have Dementia Near Villa Park

Many Seniors suffer with dementia which is a group of symptoms that affect memory and affect a person’s daily functions. The most common type of Dementia is Alzheimer’s disease in which a person has problems remembering things and begins having problems communicating. Several symptoms of dementia include memory loss, difficulty communicating, and problems with disorientation such as getting lost. Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia seem to get worse over time and it is important to seek professional help. If your loved one is already diagnosed with dementia, there are several fun activities you can do help them. According to Senior Homes, visual stimuli can have a positive impact on seniors with Dementia and it is recommended to do the following:

  • Sigh seeing – such as sun sets or sun rises
  • Collect different colored autumns leaves
  • Wash colorful fresh fruit
  • Look through old photographs
  • Watch old Hollywood Classics
  • Paint with bright water colors
  • Dye Easter eggs

a-1 home care dementia

If you’re loved one suffers with Alzheimer’s or Dementia, A-1 Home Care has many Caregivers available to help them with their visual stimuli. Our caregivers are CPR certified and have many years of experience. Our Caregivers are experienced in 24 Hour Care, cancer care, Hospice Care, respite care, Multiple Sclerosis Care and many more. We also have C.N.A’s, Companions and baby sitter available to provide service in the nearby cities of Newport Beach, Anaheim Hills, Costa Mesa, Santa Ana, Tustin, Irvine, Garden Grove, Villa Park, Fullerton, Yorba Linda, and other cities in Los Angeles and Orange county.

For more information call us at (949) 650-3800 (562) 929-8400 or at (310) 657-8780. You can also visit Villa Park A-1 Home Care, Facebook or Twitter for more information regarding caregivers and senior care near Villa Park.

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