Laura Ingalls Wilder once said: "Home is the nicest word there is." This may be especially true for loved ones affected by Alzheimer's or another type of dementia. The warm, familiar surroundings of home can play an important role in managing cognitive diseases.
Home Instead Senior Care® of Toronto, ON is here to provide compassionate, high-quality memory care right in your loved one's own home.
All of our Alzheimer's and dementia CAREGiversSM take part in our unique and critically acclaimed training program called CARE: Changing Aging through Research and Education®. As pioneers in this field, Home Instead Senior Care developed the highest quality dementia caregiver training program available. We have helped change the way people live with Alzheimer's and other dementias.
We can tailor a home care arrangement to fit both your family's lifestyle and budget.
Reap rewards beyond measure -- and get paid, too.
When you need in-home care, look to Home Instead Senior Care®
"I have been meaning to write to you for some time now but was so busy that this is the first opportunity I have to do so. My father-in-law, Francis M., has been offered a room at True Davidson Acres and accepted it. He has been there for a week now and seems to be adapting quite well. He is determined to make the best of it and we certainly hope he finds some kind of happiness there. He has already been busy getting acquainted with the place and seems quite interested in this new experience which may prove more interesting than living alone, with little interaction with the world apart from the two of us, in his downstairs apartment.
I am really writing to thank you for the excellent services you have offered us in particularly to mention how we appreciated Robin B.'s assistance. Robin is a really intelligent care provider who was effective and creative in her care of Dad. She made sure she kept a very close eye on him while giving him the impression he was in control of the situation. She was ever so gentle with him. We were really thankful she was there when Dad blocked the door as he fell on the floor, alone in the room. He listened to her gentle, firm orders about how to move and she was able to slide in there to open the door. We were impressed by her self-assurance and know-how in such an emergency. I hope you will transmit our most sincere thanks to her. She was just great!"