The care of individuals with dementia is a major challenge for families and society. With the population aging, it is estimated that by 2050, there will be tens of thousands of people in Nepal living with dementia.
Arogin Care Home is a leading provider of dementia care in Nepal. It offers holistic, person-centered care and support to people with dementia and their families, focusing on the individual’s needs and preferences.
The company provides residential care homes for adults with dementia, supported living services for those who are able to live at home but need some help from time to time, and daycare facilities for individuals who have recently been diagnosed or are in a crisis situation.
Dementia is a general word for a loss of cognitive capabilities such as thinking, memory, attention, logical reasoning, and others. Dementia is neither a disease nor a medical condition. Instead, it's a collection of signs and symptoms caused by many disorders.
A person with dementia's capabilities might change from day to day, or even within the same day. What is certain is that the person's talents will deteriorate over time; this might happen fast over a few months or gradually over years.
When a person with dementia is no longer able to live freely at home with the help of a relative, friend, or hired caregiver, they should be admitted to a care facility. We understand that additional care is frequently necessary to preserve psychological, social, and physical well-being, and we are here to assist with our team of specialists who are highly qualified to keep persons living with dementia safe and happy.
The term "neurodegeneration" refers to the malfunctioning of neurons. This is the primary cause of messages not being adequately passed from one neuron to the next, resulting in the capacity to work efficiently being lost. Dementia is more likely as a result of this. Neurodegeneration, which can lead to dementia, is caused by Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, drug responses, vascular dementia, and tumors.
There are several areas of the brain where brain cells might be impacted, which can lead to subsequent complications. They may have issues with how they act, feel, or think. The following are some of the primary causes for dementia:
For many families, caring for someone with dementia is a team effort that involves many people sharing tasks and responsibilities. Taking care of another person, no matter what type of caregiver you are can be stressful at times.
The care we provide for Dementia Care at Arogin Care Home are as follows:
Caring for people with dementia necessitates unique abilities and talents, as well as a compassionate and inclusive outlook on life. All of our employees are trained to provide dementia care 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and our Arogin Care Home Crew has received additional dementia care training.
Dementia patients will require assistance with simple everyday tasks. Bathing, grooming, and dressing are examples of this. The cares that we can give to people with dementia include helping them keep track of to-do lists, appointments, and events in a notepad or calendar, allowing them enough time to eat and providing meals in a regular, familiar setting, and being gentle and considerate. It may be difficult for a person to ask for help with such simple activities.
Communication can be challenging as people with Alzheimer's and similar dementias have problems with remembering things. That's why we at Arogin Care Home listen to patients' problems and frustrations while speaking softly. We make an effort to demonstrate that our patients understand their situation. We let our patients maintain as much control as possible over their life. We respect the personal space of others.
A Healthy and Clean Environment is one of the most crucial factors to consider. We recognize the importance of providing a clean and safe environment for your family. And we strive to provide our patients with the finest service possible on a daily basis. Our rooms are sanitized and cleaned on a regular basis. Furthermore, our windows are constructed in such a way that abundant fresh air may enter.
We emphasize proper nutrition and strive to provide a relaxed and pleasant dining experience. We understand how important it is to eat on time especially when your loved ones are going through tough times.
Dementia patients may forget where they've been and end up somewhere they don't recognize. When your loved ones' physical safety is constantly compromised, it's time to explore a nursing care facility. Arogin Care Home might be your first pick if you are looking for a Nursing Care Home that will look after your loved ones.
Arogin Care Home provides a personalized treatment plan, a nutritious meal, round-the-clock assistance and monitoring, and social activities that benefit your loved ones physically, psychologically, and socially.
Here is our dedicated blog on Dementia: Types, Causes, Stages, and Care.
Patients with Dementia need specialized care and attention. Because dementia is caused by a variety of disorders, there is unlikely to be a single dementia cure. However, specialized care and attention provided by the Nursing care homes not only improve the quality of life for patients but also reduce unnecessary hospitalizations expenses.
To help the person stay calm and oriented, dressing and grooming, talking to the person, helping them with memory loss, managing behavior and sleep problems, and encouraging activities that are both stimulating and enjoyable are the best practices for care for dementia patients.
Doctors diagnose Alzheimer's disease and other varieties of dementia based on a thorough medical history, physical examination, laboratory tests, and the distinct changes in thinking, day-to-day function, and behavior that each type is linked with. Since the symptoms and brain alterations of different dementias often overlap, it's more difficult to pinpoint the exact type of dementia.
People with Alzheimer's disease and dementia are cognitively impaired, and they may not realize they have a problem. This is sometimes caused by a condition known as anosognosia (not to know a disease). As a result, if someone has Alzheimer's disease and also has anosognosia, they will be unaware of their condition.
Someone with dementia symptoms may forget where they've walked, and end up somewhere they don't recognize. It is said that when your loved ones are continually putting their physical safety at risk, it's time to consider a Nursing care home. Nursing care homes can offer a customized treatment program, a healthy diet, 24-hour support and supervision, and social activities.