Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care

We understand how heartbreaking and frightening it can be when a loved one displays mental deficits or impairments. No one wants to see a loved one struggle to retain who they once were. It’s a new plateau where, eventually, decisions must be made.

As symptoms progress, your loved one will require increasing care including round-the-clock safety monitoring and support with lifestyle and household activities. In addition, there may be personality changes, memory loss and irritability associated with the condition that often takes an emotional and psychological toll on family members.

What We Can Do

Tri-County Home Care of Florida can help you and your family weigh care options and navigate the decision-making process to either start round-the-clock home care or increase the current level of care. In assessing your loved one, we can begin to devise a care plan that considers health, mobility, and safety concerns that accompany alterations in memory and cognition.

Help maintain the household, provide healthy meals and maintain a sanitary environment.

Ensure safety even in the event of wandering, [su_tooltip title=”Sundowning” text=”The term ‘sundowning’ refers to a state of confusion occurring in the late afternoon and spanning into the night. Sundowning can cause a variety of behaviors, such as confusion, anxiety, aggression or ignoring directions. Sundowning can also lead to pacing or wandering.” background=”#fff” color=”#5e5e5f”]sundowning[/su_tooltip] or bouts of extreme anxiety.

Reduce the risks of falls  and other injuries by assessing safety in the home, contributing to an improved quality of life.

Provide regular status updates on patient’s mood or disposition, physical and mental health; and daily needs and activities, continually assessing the level of care as appropriate for patient’s current needs.

Help you and your loved one prepare for and adjust to ongoing changes, even if the impairment is still in the mild stages.

Provide strategies that help you and your loved one communicate better and we educate you and your family to ensure optimal quality of life for your loved one.


We understand the many unique challenges and how to best manage symptoms that accompany dementia.

Many persons with late-stage dementia also experience limited mobility, we work carefully to help family and informal caregivers prevent and manage issues that commonly accompany progressive limitations with nutrition and movement. 

We can effectively work with your loved one to optimize preserved abilities and improve safety. 

Compassionate Care In The Comfort of Your Home

Co-existing health concerns like diabetes, congestive heart failure, COPD and other chronic conditions can make caring for a loved one who experiences mental impairment even more challenging. If your loved one suffers from a chronic condition or other medical concerns, we can work with his/her physician to arrange for skilled care and disease management. 

We also provide personal/home care and support in their day-to-day life with hourly or round-the-clock care to help your loved one and you navigate everyday challenges like medication management, proper diet and safety with functional mobility.

We can help your loved ones remain at home, even as care needs evolve. Comfort and safety remains our focus and the familiarity of home can provide optimal comfort and help ease agitation and confusion. Individuals with dementia respond best to a stable, familiar environment and an established routine. 

Payment Options
  • Private Insurance
  • Long-term Care Insurance
  • Medicaid/Medicare
  • Aid & Attendance Benefits
  • Life Insurance
  • Reverse Mortgage Loans
  • Private Pay