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Alzheimer's & Dementia

Caregiver supplies, products, equipment and devices that help make in home care a little easier for people with Alzheimer's and Dementia.

Product Categories
Dining Aids Dining Aids
Easy to use adapted plates & utensils for self feeding
Bathing Aids Bathing Aids
Help caregivers increase safety in the bathroom
Hair Washing Aids Hair Washing Aids
Help make shampooing hair easier
Toileting Aids Toileting Aids
Personal hygiene and adapted toilet seats help caregivers provide personal care
Books & Videos Books & Videos
Helpful resources provide practical daily information for caregivers
Fall Prevention Aids Fall Prevention Aids
Protect loved ones from falls and injuries
Bed Safety & Positioning Bed Safety & Positioning
Protect loved ones when sleeping or resting with positioning aids
Games & Activity Aids Games & Activity Aids
Provide loved ones with physically and mentally stimulating activities for improved health.
 
Dementia is the loss of mental functions such as thinking, memory, and reasoning that is severe enough to interfere with a person's daily functioning. Many products are available that can be used to help adapt the home environment to help make the daily living process easier.

Adapting the home environment can help deal with some of the challenges that people with Alzheimer's disease face, but also to help make every day routines easier such as eating, bathing, and dressing aids that help to make life easier for the person with Alzheimer's and the caregiver.

People with Alzheimer's disease or Dementia have special needs and require special help. The person's independence will vary depending on the stage and progression. Your loved one with Alzheimer's disease may need help with personal care activities, including eating, bathing, shaving, and using the toilet. To assist with these activities, caregivers need knowledge, skill, and patience. Using the right adaptive equipment for activities of daily living may be helpful for caregivers.