Dementia Care2021-01-23T01:14:59+00:00

Dementia Care Oklahoma City And Area

Most people hope to age safely and comfortably in their own home, including those managing Alzheimer’s & Dementia. As the disease progresses it places a tremendous burden on the family members who are providing the care. Our highly qualified caregivers are ready to provide helpful and necessary services that can reduce the difficult and often stressful aspects of caring for your loved one. The need for dementia care in Oklahoma City continues to grow year after year.

A change of routine and environment can be very troubling for someone who’s living with any type of dementia. That’s why more families than ever are turning to home care services rather than opting for residential care, so their loved ones can stay in the place they know and love rather than being placed into a nursing home.

As one of Oklahoma City’s leading dementia home care providers, Care Plus Home Care’s team of specialists has 30 years’ experience in supporting people with dementia to live an independent life at home. Our team of qualified caregivers has received extensive training in order to ensure a high standard of care. Care Plus Home Care is committed to improving the quality of life of people living with dementia and strive for the highest standard of local care for those with a diagnosis of dementia in Oklahoma City and it’s surrounding counties.

With Care Plus Home Care you have the peace of mind of a fully managed, licensed, and insured service.

We’re helping people every day to cope with the various challenges that come with dementia and memory loss. With hundreds of different strains of this sometimes-debilitating condition and many different stages, one of our handpicked caregivers will maintain your loved one’s everyday routines and can ease the strain on your family offering an alternative to long-term care homes.

Call us today to find out more about our dementia and Alzheimer’s care services and the many flexible options for care at home.

What is dementia care?

Dementia care is essentially helping you or a relative with the support they need to carry on living in their own home. Our caregivers always work to follow a routine that you’re used to and comfortable with, maintaining independence as much as possible, and always promoting the highest standard of care for the person they’re supporting.

Dementia home care

Whether you just need someone to check on your loved one first thing in the morning and help with personal care or breakfast, or round-the-clock care to make sure they’re safe during the night, you can be assured that our fully-trained caregivers will be on hand to help whenever you need them.

They can also assist with other areas, such as:

  • Medication support
  • Helping with mobility
  • Facilitating hobbies, activities, and social interaction
  • Meal Preparation and tending to light household tasks

I’m so pleased with Care Plus. This service gives me “freedom” two days per week which I’ve needed for a long time. I can trust Care Plus for any time off I might need periodically – I’m very pleased with the service!!!

Peggy S.
Happy Client

What does Dementia Care in
Oklahoma City consist of?

Dementia is an umbrella term for a range of progressive symptoms and conditions that affect the brain and memory.

Conditions grouped under the generalised term “dementia” are caused by abnormal changes to the brain. The brain is made up of billions of neurones (nerve cells) that communicate with each other through chemical signals. If a person has dementia, these neurones are damaged which means that these messages cannot be sent efficiently which in turn effects all functions of the body.

These effects on the body are often small to start with, but for someone with dementia they can become severe enough to affect daily life. The symptoms that someone with dementia experiences will greatly depend on two primary factors; the parts of the brain that are affected, and the disease that is causing the dementia. Consult The Alzheimer’s Association website for even more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Browse some of our most frequently asked questions about dementia and Alzheimer’s care, if you cannot find an answer to any of your questions please contact us.

How do you care for someone with dementia?2020-12-23T23:25:47+00:00

You may find that your loved one is increasingly having difficulty recalling past memories, family members, or life events.

To support them you can help communicate with them through their identity – like their background, hobbies, interests, and who and what is important to them. To help you do this, you can put together a journal or scrapbook to help you capture loved one’s memories and reminisce with them – taking a trip down memory lane.

As their condition deteriorates and they progress through the later stages of dementia, your loved one may need an increased amount of support. However, though still involving them in their everyday tasks, you will allow them to feel useful and may alleviate any negative feelings regarding their self-worth. Our home care team always aim to stay on top of any developments to provide the best possible care they can.


What does dementia care mean?2020-12-23T23:24:05+00:00

Dementia care is for individuals with a diagnosis of dementia who are no longer able to live independently at home. This type of care is designed to help you or a loved one maintain psychological and physical well-being for as long as possible.

What are The 7 Stages Of Dementia?2021-01-07T20:32:04+00:00

Commonly known as “The 7 Stages Of Alzheimer’s”, this benchmarking system is used to measure the effects of dementia on an individual.

These are as follows:

  1. No impairment – Dementia isn’t detectable and there are no memory problems
  2. Very mild decline – The individual may experience very minor memory problems
  3. Mild decline – Cognitive problems are noticeable
  4. Moderate decline – Clear cut symptoms of dementia are apparent
  5. Moderately severe decline – Additional assistance is required with most day-to-day tasks
  6. Severe decline – The individual requires constant supervision and professional care
  7. Very severe decline – The individual loses the ability to communicate or respond to their environment
How do I arrange dementia care?2020-12-23T23:28:51+00:00

Contact a member of our dedicated team to discuss the best options for dementia or Alzheimer’s care for you or your loved one today.

What do you do when a dementia patient refuses care?2020-12-23T23:29:35+00:00

Try to understand how they feel – this is likely to be a highly confusing and upsetting time for them. Ask questions to fully understand their circumstance and offer the support they require. We are on hand to assist with support.

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About Our Practice

Care Plus Home Care provides an alternative for seniors wanting to remain independent and in the comfort of their own home.

Contact Information

9828 Northeast 23rd Street

Phone: 1.877.744.2551

Mobile: (405) 769-2551

Fax: (405) 769-6255

Web: Care Plus Home Care