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Dementia Care at Home

Dementia care at home can be challenging, but it is also an opportunity to provide a familiar and comfortable environment to your loved one at home. From sereval years, Zorgers is providing professional dementia support to patients / elders to improve their life at the comfort of home.

What are the Stages of Dementia Patients

Early Stage

In the early stage of dementia, individuals may still be able to function independently, but they may start to experience memory lapses and difficulty with concentration and decision-making. They may also have trouble with finding the right words, forget appointments or important dates, and may start to withdraw from social situations.

Middle Stage / Mild Dementia

In the middle stage of dementia, individuals may experience more significant memory loss, confusion, and difficulty with daily activities. They may need help with basic tasks such as dressing, grooming, and preparing meals.

Late Stage / Severe Dementia

In the late stage of dementia, individuals may have difficulty communicating, may be bedridden, and require around-the-clock care. They may experience difficulty swallowing, become incontinent, and may require assistance with all daily activities.

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What we offer to Dementia Patients at Home

  • Medication Management Personalized Care Plans

    personalized care plan that outlines the individual's specific needs and preferences can help ensure that they receive appropriate care and support at home.

  • Patient's safety at homeAssistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)

    Dementia patients may need assistance with ADLs such as bathing, grooming, dressing, and feeding. Caregivers can provide this support while also encouraging independence as much as possible.

  • living activitiesMedication Management

    Dementia patients may need help managing their medications, including reminders to take them on time and ensuring that they are taking the correct dosage.

  • Breathing exercisesPhysical Therapy

    Physical therapy by caregivers as suggested by doctor or professional physiotherapy by our expert neuro physio team.

  • Acute EmergencySocialization and Engagement

    Dementia patients may become isolated and withdrawn. Caregivers can provide companionship and encourage socialization by engaging in activities that the individual enjoys, such as playing games or going for walks.

  • CompanionshipSafety and Security

    Dementia patients may be at risk of wandering or falls. Caregivers can help ensure that the home environment is safe and secure by removing tripping hazards and installing safety features like grab bars and handrails.

See Who You Can Appoint For Dementia Patient ?



Trained Medical Attendant, Nurses for companionship and support depending upon medical condition of patient. 5000+ pool of caregivers to choose from.

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Neuro Physiotherapy


Our physiotherapist team has expertise in working with patients having neurological problems - alzheimer / dementia, parkinson and other age related neuro disorders.

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Movement Disorder Specialist


Our team of movement disorder specialists are neurologists who has specialized training in the diagnosis and treatment of movement disorders.

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Dementia Patient Care at Home

Why Home Care is Important for Dementia Patient

  • Accurate Diagnosis

    Accurate Diagnosis

    Movement Disorder Specialists have specialized training and experience in diagnosing movement disorders. This expertise can lead to a more accurate diagnosis, which can lead to more effective treatment.

  • Tailored treatment plans

    Tailored Treatment Plans

    Specialists can develop individualized treatment plans that are tailored to the patient's specific needs and symptoms. This can help improve treatment outcomes and quality of life.

  • Medication Management

    Medication Management

    Movement Disorder Specialists can prescribe and manage medications to alleviate symptoms such as tremors, stiffness, and rigidity. They can monitor the patient's response to medications and make adjustments as needed.

  • Advanced Therapies

    Advanced Therapies

    Specialists can provide access to advanced therapies such as deep brain stimulation and botulinum toxin injections, which can be highly effective in treating certain movement disorders.

  • Support And Education

    Support And Education

    Specialists can provide education, counseling, and emotional support to patients and their families, helping them understand the disease and manage its impact on daily life.

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FAQs on Dementia Patient Care at Home

A Dementia is a medical doctor who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of movement disorders. They have specialized training and experience in treating conditions such as Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, dystonia, and essential tremor.

You should consider seeing a Dementia if you have symptoms such as tremors, stiffness, or difficulty with movement that is affecting your daily life. Your primary care physician can refer you to a specialist if necessary.