Late Stage Alzheimer’s Care & Safety
Caring for someone in the late stages of Alzheimer’s involves special challenges and obstacles. Communication becomes especially important, as patients seldom speak more than one to six words a day, utter words that make little sense, repeat what they have been told and respond more favorably to music, sound and other non-verbal forms of communication. These challenges, in addition to the greater dependence that these patients have on their caregivers, mean that caregivers must be well equipped if they are to provide proper care.
The Alzheimer’s Store’s senior home safety products help secure every room in your home or facility, from living quarters to bathrooms and bedrooms. From plate guards and weighted cutlery to senior bath products and magnetic locks, our severe dementia care solutions are an affordable way to protect yourself and the Alzheimer’s patient in your life. And to ease the pains of confusing communication, the Alzheimer’s Store’s language cards help patients and caregivers cross difficult barriers.