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Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care

Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

Annie’s Place specializes in compassionate Alzheimer’s and Dementia care. We ensure a safe and joyful home environment, supporting both individuals and caregivers in preserving a high quality of life.

Alzheimer's and dementia care

Compassionate Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

At Annie’s Place Group Care Corp, we understand the challenges of Alzheimer’s and Dementia, where memory, thinking, and behavior are affected. As the disease progresses, the need for care intensifies, often requiring 24/7 assistance.

Since there is no cure for Alzheimer’s or Dementia, the right support significantly impacts your loved one’s quality of life. That’s where Annie’s Place steps in with in-home Alzheimer’s and Dementia care, aiming to provide flexible, person-centered assistance.

Here are the Dementia and Alzheimer's care services we offer:

  • Friendly Companionship
  • Hygiene Assistance
  • Mood Swing Management
  • Brain Health Programs
  • Help with Housework
  • Respite Care
  • Personal Care
  • Meal Preparation
  • Mobility Support

Dementia Care at Your Doorstep: We're Here for You

Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or Dementia can be a tough journey, filled with stress and emotions. At Annie’s Place, we understand and are here for you.

Our dedicated and fully-trained carers are ready to provide Alzheimer’s and Dementia support whenever you need it, making daily activities more manageable for Dementia patients right in the comfort of your home.

If your family member is dealing with memory issues or living with Alzheimer’s or another form of Dementia, we’re here to help with a personalized assistance plan. We meet your loved one where they are on their journey, helping them maintain their identity and security in the familiar surroundings of their home.

Take the first step towards ensuring the well-being of your loved one by exploring our personalized in home Dementia care services. Contact us today for more information or to discuss your specific requirements.

Alzheimer's and dementia care

See What our Customers Are Saying

Carmen

“For the last 6 years since our oldest was born, my husband and I have done everything ourselves. Our girls are aged 3 and 6 and one child has complicated health needs with multiple surgeries and extended hospital stays. We don’t have family nearby and my husband works shift work, leaving me feeling like a single mother half the time.”

Carmen, Burnaby

Monica

“Annie’s Place is a wonderful organization. The directors collaborated well with our family in designing a 24-hour Care Plan for my 92-year-old father. Their care workers demonstrated compassion, patience and caring and communicated with us daily. Knowing my dad was well taken care of eased our minds and I highly recommend their services.”

Monica, Delta

Patsey

“We recommend Annie’s Place for quality home care services. They continue to provide our mother with good, reliable and efficient service such as room cleaning and close accompaniment for home organised outings.”

Patsey, Delta

Miriam

“Annie’s Place helped my father get through a difficult recovery after he had a shoulder operation. They were easy to coordinate with, very responsive and took the time to communicate with all of us so we were able to determine what care we could receive for my dad. If either my mom or dad needed help in the future, I would not hesitate to call Annie’s Place.”

Miriam

Carol

“Annie’s Place is the only service I know of in the Lower Mainland that provides support for younger adults, teenagers, etc., not just seniors, of families who are in need. As a single mother of 2 children, one who is 17 years old with cerebral palsy, autism and epilepsy, I’m truly grateful that Annie’s Place exists. They are friendly, warm and caring which my son definitely needs and gravitates to. They have provided a source of comfort that I don’t think I could have otherwise!”

Carol, Burnaby

Leanne

“The care and support provided to my father following his surgery was exceptional. I live in a different province and it was stressful to not be able to stay in BC for his full recovery. Lina completely set my mind at ease by keeping me up to date through calls and texts. I am so thankful for Annie’s Place.”

Leanne, Saskatoon

Getting Started

1.
Contact Us

Reach out to us, and let's start a conversation about how we can assist you or your loved one.

2.
Free Care Consult

Book a free caring consultation to discuss your specific needs and explore the personalized care options available.

3.
Meet your Caregiver

Once we understand your requirements, we'll match you with a caregiver who fits perfectly into your life, providing the companionship and assistance needed

Our Services

Personal Care Services

Our personal home care services are designed to support individuals in their day-to-day activities.

Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care

Since there is no cure for Alzheimer’s or Dementia, right support impacts your loved one’s quality of life.

Palliative and End of Life Care

Our palliative and end of life home care services prioritize comfort, dignity, and quality of life for your loved one’s evolving needs.

24-7 Live in Care

With us, you can trust that there will always be someone available to offer consistent and professional care.

Post Surgery Care

Our post operative care services are designed to help you recover comfortably at home.

Transportation For Seniors

Our caring team offers transport services, so you don’t have to worry about getting around anymore.

Companionship Care

We provide companionship to reduce the risk of mental and physical health issues.

Light Housekeeping

From tidying up to sorting through clutter, we ensure a neat and organized living space.

Cooking & Meal Support

We cook delicious and healthy meals for seniors who can’t manage it themselves.

Medication Management

We ensure seniors’ safety and well-being, promoting effective medication use at home.
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