Tailored Mobility Assistance for Dementia Patients: Navigate Life with Dignity and Confidence

Navigating the challenges of mobility becomes increasingly difficult as dementia progresses. Ellis Home Care's Mobility Assistance services focus on creating a safe, empowering environment to enable people with dementia to maintain their independence and quality of life.

A Personalized Mobility Plan by Skilled Caregivers

Our highly trained caregivers understand the unique interplay between cognitive and physical challenges affecting mobility in dementia patients. In close consultation with healthcare providers, therapists, and family members, we design a personalized mobility plan tailored to each individual's abilities, needs, and preferences.

Mobility Assistance Services That Cater to Individual Needs:

Walking Support

Providing safe walking assistance, whether it’s a brief stroll in the garden or moving from room to room, possibly with aids like canes or walkers.

Transfer Assistance

Facilitating secure transitions between different positions or places, such as from a bed to a chair, or from a chair to a toilet.

Fall Prevention

Evaluating and mitigating fall risks in the home, removing hazards and installing safety features like grab bars.

Exercise and Stretching Guidance

Encouraging and aiding in customized exercises and stretches designed to maintain or enhance strength, balance, and flexibility.

Wheelchair Assistance

If needed, guiding in the safe use and navigation of a wheelchair, including transfers in and out.

Adaptation Recommendations

Collaborating with occupational therapists to suggest home modifications or assistive devices that ease mobility challenges.

More Than Just Physical Movement

Our Mobility Assistance services go beyond mere physical support. We appreciate how mobility is intricately tied to one’s sense of independence, self-esteem, and quality of life. Whether it's helping with daily activities or enabling the enjoyment of outdoor experiences, our priority is to foster personal freedom and well-being.

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Phone: (203) 337 6640
Email: caroline@ellishomecare.com
Address: 736 Boston Ave Bridgeport, CT

Ellis Home Care: Providing Compassionate And Specialized Home Companion Care For Dementia Patients

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"Our family cannot thank Ellis Home Care enough for the exceptional care they provided for our mother. The 24/7 caregivers were not only professional but also incredibly compassionate. We felt peace knowing she was in good hands."
Living with dementia is challenging, but the team at Ellis Home Care has made it manageable. The daily therapeutic activities keep me engaged and happy. I feel respected and understood.
When my husband required end-of-life care, I didn't know where to turn. Ellis Home Care offered not only the medical support we needed but also the emotional and spiritual guidance that made a difficult time more bearable.
The Comprehensive Care Package from Ellis Home Care has been a lifesaver. They handle everything from medication management to household maintenance, allowing me to focus on quality time with my father.
Choosing the Essential Care Package for my mother was the best decision we made. The personalized care and attention to her dietary needs have improved her overall well-being. The caregivers have become like family to us.
Ellis Home Care truly understands what compassionate care means. My brother's caregiver is attentive, patient, and thoughtful. The customized activities have brought joy back into his life.


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