Caring Solutions’ in-home caregivers know that your loved one living with Alzheimer’s or dementia is doing the best they can, and so are you. You might be worried about how others will react to your loved one’s behaviors, not to mention overwhelmed with guaranteeing their safety and dignity amidst the changes. You’ll have peace of mind knowing your loved one is not only safe with our caregivers, but will also feel comfort and validation due to our specialization in the Positive Approach to Care (PAC) philosophy.
Our caregivers are trained based on the occupational therapist founded PAC philosophy, which focuses on responding, rather than reacting, to those living with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Certain behaviors arise as your loved one’s brain changes that may look confusing to you but are actually their way of communicating an unmet need. The PAC approach guides your loved one’s caregivers in responding to behaviors by using specific strategies that parse out what the unmet need is that underlies the behavior.
Caring Solutions prioritizes cultivating care partnering strategies between your family, loved one, and caregivers. It’s a team approach to making sure your loved one is not only getting the care they need, but are also happy, content, and making each day count.
With ongoing training, continuing education opportunities, and consultation provided to our caregivers, they’re well-prepared to care for your loved one living with Alzheimer’s or dementia, no matter the challenges presented.
To find out more information about the Positive Approach to Care philosophy, visit www.teepasnow.com.
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We’d love to partner with you on helping your loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia stay at home.
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