Dementia & Alzheimer’s Care at Home

Our caregivers are specially trained in dementia care, and equipped with the skills to handle the cognitive, emotional, and physical challenges that come with the disease.

Ensuring the Safety & Well-Being of Your Loved Ones

Caring for a loved one with dementia can be challenging for both individuals and their families, but you don't have to do it alone. At ConsidraCare Pakistan, we understand that each person’s experience with dementia is unique. Our Dementia & Alzheimer’s care at home is designed to provide compassionate, comprehensive support tailored specifically to meet the unique needs of those living with dementia.

Alzheimers Care

A study published in the Journal of the Neurological Sciences found that dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, was prevalent in about 6.9% of people over the age of 65 in Pakistan.

Alzheimers Care

Compassionate Dementia Care for Your Peace of Mind

Staying at home can be crucial for those with dementia, providing them with a familiar and comforting environment. Our caregivers are specially trained in dementia care and equipped with the skills to handle the cognitive, emotional, and physical challenges that come with the disease. They offer not just care, but companionship, engaging clients in activities that promote mental agility and emotional well-being.

We prioritize maintaining dignity and independence, providing the right level of support while encouraging self-care as much as possible. Our dementia nursing care services include safety assessments and constant monitoring to create a safe, dementia-friendly environment, reducing the risk of accidents and enhancing peace of mind for families.

Specialized Memory Care for Alzheimer’s Patients at Home

Our care plans evolve with the progression of the disease to ensure the highest quality of life at every stage. From assistance with personal hygiene and nutrition to medication management and mobility support, our caregivers are there to help with the everyday tasks that become challenging for those with Alzheimer’s.

With a focus on memory care, our trained Alzheimer’s care professionals provide compassionate assistance to navigate memory loss, confusion, and difficulty with familiar tasks. At ConsidraCare Pakistan, we understand communication difficulties can isolate those with Alzheimer's from the world around them. Our caregivers are skilled in various communication techniques to enhance interaction, ensuring your loved one remains engaged and connected to their life stories and family memories.

Alzheimers Care

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Frequently Asked Questions

With Pakistan being the sixth most populous country globally, over 150,000 individuals are reported to have dementia, highlighting the growing need for awareness, diagnosis, and support for affected individuals and their families.

The best care for dementia patients includes personalized care plans that address both physical and emotional needs, structured routines, a safe living environment, and activities that promote engagement and cognitive stimulation. 

  • Don’t argue or try to reason with them about misconceptions or delusions. 
  • Don’t overwhelm them with complex choices or too much information. 
  • Don’t correct or confront them about memory lapses or inaccuracies.

The best care for someone with Alzheimer’s involves early diagnosis and personalized treatment plans, including medication management, lifestyle modifications, cognitive therapies, and support for caregivers to manage symptoms and improve quality of life.

The progression through the 7 stages of Alzheimer’s can vary significantly among individuals. On average, patients live 4-8 years after diagnosis, but some can live as long as 20 years. The duration of each stage can also vary widely depending on factors like overall health, age of onset, and the level of care and support received.

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