WFC can help make aging at home possible, by running routine errands, light housekeeping, and providing a helping hand with the everyday tasks that often become more difficult for the elderly. Staying at home does not have to result in isolation and loneliness. In fact, our eldercare services often bring caring companionship, an opportunity for relationship building and sharing, humor and a sense of purpose back into the lives of our clients.
Eldercare is provided round-the-clock by regularly scheduled home care aides. We can provide short and long term care for your loved one with regularly scheduled caregivers who are our trained, committed employees. Working together in shifts, we are able to provide a continuous solution for your loved one's safety and security.
In home care can provide meaningful companionship for people who have limited social engagement due to health problems.
A need for 24-hour care in the home may last for a few days or for many years. Continuous round-the-clock care can maximize the time that someone has with their family, while also making them comfortable and safe.
When a person lives with dementia, it makes them vulnerable. It is a disease that affects every part of their life – from the moment they wake up in the morning until they get into bed at night. It can leave them feeling disoriented and scared if they wake up after a bad dream. People living with dementia continually deal with anxiety, depression, and often withdraw from the outside world, creating self-imposed isolation.
Dementia or Alzheimer’s can impact every moment. It can diminish a person’s senses – even changing the tastes and aromas they once enjoyed. Sounds that once brought smiles and comfort evolve into just noise. Even what a person sees gets interpreted differently in the brain. What a person living with dementia or Alzheimer’s used to do easily every day now become insurmountable challenges. Our Alzheimer’s care finds ways to climb those mountains and provide the quality of life that not only are they used to, but that they deserve.
WFC’s trained caregivers are there help maintain your loved one’s dignity and independence. We feel it’s essential to find ways to ease the emotional frustrations that come with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia-related disorders. These difficulties don’t just affect the person with the condition, but the entire family. Trained caregivers bring families closer together so they all can support the person living with dementia.