Personal Care Assistance
Preserving dignity and encouraging independence
Over time, people with dementia slowly become less able to take care of themselves. At first, a person may only need prompting or a little help, but eventually caregivers may become responsible for all personal care.
We understand that loss of independence and privacy can be very difficult for a person with dementia. Many of our clients require assistance in carrying out their normal activities of daily living (ADL).
Program assistants work with nursing staff [link to Nursing Services] to provide personal care assistance, which can include eating, grooming, incontinent care, toileting, transferring, and moving from place to place. By providing assistance with personal care needs, we hope to provide each client with a renewed sense of pride and self- esteem.
In order to help meet the needs of our clients, Coleman Adult Day Services employs care staff at a 1:6 staff to resident ratio.
If it’s time to address your loved ones changing daily personal care needs, give us a call at 330-296-3214 to schedule your free no obligation tour and initial consultation with one of our licensed nurses.
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