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Having a loved one struggling with dementia presents a unique set of challenges. It not only affects that person’s mental capacity, but it can also change family dynamics and can alter relationships. Family caregivers often times need a break in order to manage emotional challenges and to get some relief from caregiving duties. Our caregivers can provide that relief for you and at the same time, you can rest assured that your loved one will be safe and in good hands.

We provide dignified care that is carried out by qualified caregivers we refer. You can trust that your loved one is in the hands of skilled caregivers whoa are experienced and qualified. When caring for a family member with dementia, you may begin to feel overwhelmed with the physically demanding tasks and the emotional toll that can arise as a result of the caregiving process. This is where the support of Capital Home Care’s care professionals can help. Having provided home care to countless families with similar situations to yours, we are confident that we can give you the support you need as well. Dementia care includes all the services that may apply from our Personal Care Services Program as well as all the services from our Companionship and Homemaking program. These services include:

  • Meal Preparation
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Grocery and General Shopping
  • Assisting with Sorting Mail and General Paperwork
  • Laundry and Changing Linen
  • Traveling Aide
  • Periodic Review with Family
  • Mental Stimulation through conversation, games, accompaniment
  • Safety supervision to prevent wandering and the risk of getting lost
  • Nurse recommendations to meet the unique needs of a person with dementia
  • In addition to the above listed services, as may be required, we will:
  • Coordinate with the Social Workers
  • Work with registered nurses and doctors to update the Care Plan
  • Include increased opportunities for social interaction and recreational activities
  • Organize clinical support
  • Offer behavioral management strategies and support to caregivers
  • Provide temporary respite care

We serve clients with dementia in Maryland and Virginia. To request assistance with dementia care, please click here. Please feel free to use any of the following methods to reach out to us at any time: Call us 24/7 on our office number 301-610-9900, fax us at 301-610-9901, use the Contact Us form on this website, or email us at: