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Beaufort Memory Care for Alzheimer’s and Dementia


At Home Helpers Home Care of Lowcountry, we understand that the challenges of caring for a loved one who’s suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s can be overwhelming, both for the loved one and also for their family and friends. Our professional, certified Beaufort caregivers can help ease the burden with customized home health care services that ensure a higher quality of life for you, your loved one, and your entire family.

Schedule your free assessment today!

The Home Helpers Home Care of Lowcountry Difference

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At Home Helpers Home Care of Lowcountry our goal is to provide the most effective method of home care services for your family’s unique situation, Home Helpers dementia caregivers receive specialized training and are highly experienced in memory care; in fact, many are certified in Alzheimer’s care through our partnership with the National Certification Board for Alzheimer Care (NCBAC).

What is Alzheimer’s and dementia?

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, “Alzheimer's is a type of dementia that affects memory, thinking and behavior. Symptoms eventually grow severe enough to interfere with daily tasks.” It is the most common cause of dementia, accounting for between 60-80% of dementia cases. The most common early symptom is having difficulty remembering newly learned information.

Symptoms of Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Symptoms can also include, in later stages, disorientation, mood and behavioral changes, deepening confusion about events, time and place; unfounded suspicions about family, friends and professional caregivers; more serious memory loss and behavior changes; and difficulty speaking, swallowing and walking.

Why hire a private caregiver to help with your loved one with Alzheimer’s and Dementia?

Caring for a loved one suffering with Alzheimer’s and Dementia can cause incredible amounts of stress and burnout to those caring for them. As the disease progresses, many people suffering from dementia require 24 hour care, which can be stressful and draining for family caregivers. But it doesn’t have to be that way! When you hire a private at-home caregiver you get a multitude of benefits, including:

  • Added independence for your loved one
  • Private, specialized attention from certified caregivers
  • Help around the house
  • Hygiene assistance
  • Emotional care and support
  • Personal care
  • And more!

Ready to get started? Call us today at (843) 396-1476!

Why Choose Home Helpers Home Care of Lowcountry?

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We understand that you want only the best possible care for you or your loved one, especially when they are suffering from dementia. That is why Home Helpers Home Care of Lowcountry has made it our mission to care you’re your loved ones as if they were our own and help them to live an independent life. We are one of the nation’s leading providers of senior care and deliver comprehensive services for clients dealing with a wide variety of conditions and struggles. Our services and schedules are customizable, so whether you or your loved one are looking for assistance for just a few hours a day or around-the-clock, we can accommodate your needs. During your free In-Home Care Assessment, we’ll discuss these needs and further discuss the services we provide.

If you need help with a loved one with Alzheimer’s and Dementia, Contact Home Helpers Home Care of Lowcountry today!

Steps to Care

  1. 1.
    Initial Call Once we’ve received your information, we will have a detailed call to gather more information on the care situation, answer any pressing concerns, and set up a time to meet in person.
  2. 2.
    In-home Care Assessment Here we will answer all your questions, and ask some of our own to craft a Cared-4Customized Care Plan to your unique needs.
  3. 3.
    Start of Care We will come with our Caregiver on the first day of care to go through the Care Plan together and help with introductions.
  4. 4.
    Client Visits Once we have begun care, we will pop in at times our Caregiver is there to see how things are going and determine if we need to adjust the Care Plan.