Exceptional In-home Memory Care Management in Waukesha, WI

Caring for a loved one with dementia is challenging. Fortunately, you don’t need to do it alone. Stowell Associates’ Geriatric Care Managers are Alzheimer’s care experts—providing support for family caregivers and overseeing in-home care for dementia patients. Get in touch with a Care Manager to learn more about our memory home care management services: 262-521-3016.

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What Are My Options for Alzheimer’s care in Waukesha, WI?

When it comes to getting care for an elderly loved one with dementia, there are a few options available to families. From memory care facilities in Waukesha County to Alzheimer’s home care options, here’s a look at three ways to provide care to a loved one with dementia.

An elderly person living comfortably at home with her caretaker

1. Look Into Memory Care Facilities in Waukesha County

The first option that often comes to mind for families looking for memory care in Waukesha is an assisted living facility.

Memory care facilities can ensure that your loved one has easier access to care right in their living space. They have dedicated caregivers with training in the types of dementia care individuals need.

However, with assisted living communities, there are some downfalls:

  1. They can be expensive. You often have to pay a monthly base fee for the facility and then an additional monthly fee for memory care.


  1. The ratio of caregivers to elderly adults is often high. Yes, your loved one will have more “immediate” access to care. However, it’s not the same one-on-one care that a family member or an in-home caregiver can provide for an elderly loved one with dementia.


  1. You need to move your loved one to a new place. Instead of allowing your loved one to age in the familiarity and comfort of their own home, you need to move them into an assisted living community. This can be especially difficult for those with dementia, as dementia can bring about increased confusion even in familiar places.
A kind caretaker with an elderly woman at home

2. Provide Care for Your Loved One Yourself

Another option for families with loved ones with dementia is to care for their loved ones themself. 

Providing home care for an elderly loved one with dementia can be a great way to spend time with them and ensure they have someone assisting them frequently.

However, as a caregiver to a loved one with dementia, there are some challenges that may arise:

  1. You’ll need to live with/near your loved one. This often requires that you move in with your loved one or they move in with you, as individuals with dementia can only live on their own safely for so long.


  1. New dementia symptoms can arise that you don’t know how to handle. As dementia progresses, your loved one can experience permanent changes in health, behavior, and personality. For example, “sundowning” and sleeplessness become increasingly prevalent as dementia progresses.


  1. Your loved one will require increasing levels of care. As dementia progresses, your loved one will experience more than memory loss symptoms. In addition to memory loss, they may wander and increase their risk of getting lost or even lose the ability to walk on their own. Most individuals with dementia eventually require 24-hour care.
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3. Connect with a Professional Alzheimer's Care Manager

A third option is to connect with a Geriatric Care Manager from Stowell Associates. 

Stowell’s in-home Care Management for dementia patients and loved ones provides support for family caregivers and increased quality of life for those with dementia. 

There’s a lot to process and consider regarding caring for a loved one with dementia. When you connect with a Care Manager, they’ll come alongside you by:

  1. Providing solutions and support to help you gain clarity, stability, and peace of mind during the care process. They can help you better understand your loved one’s needs and how to provide care as new symptoms or diagnoses arise.
  1. Helping you identify the best options for your individual situation. Care Managers can assist in decision-making processes regarding your loved one’s care needs. If your loved one needs to enter into an assisted living facility or could benefit from some type of professional home health care for dementia patients, they’ll ensure you know what’s best for your loved one.
  1. Connecting you with other resources. For example, helping you find Alzheimer’s in-home caregivers who can provide professional Alzheimer’s care to your loved one.

“I really appreciate the care manager’s competent and caring communication with the caregivers and the facility and myself as a family member. That really makes me feel confident that my mother is being well taken care of and is a great help for me to make a decision.”

– Diane (daughter)

Why Choose Stowell’s Memory Home Care Management Services

We believe dementia care is personal but requires a professional team. At Stowell Associates, we’re dedicated to serving your family and aging loved ones in need of memory care in Waukesha.

We Solve Problems Today.

For most, dementia care isn’t a short-term problem. We help your family make informed decisions for the long run—don’t wait until tomorrow when you can solve a problem today.

We Treat the Whole Person.

Our Care Managers perform a Person-Centered Care Assessment to consider every aspect of your loved one’s health—physical, mental, and emotional.

We’re Always Here for You.

We don’t come in and completely take over control of your loved one’s care. Instead, we make sure the process is transparent and  collaborative—you’ll always know what’s going on.

Contact the Best In-home Dementia Care Managers in Waukesha

At Stowell Associates, we’re a premier provider of in-home dementia care management services in Waukesha, WI. Our Care Managers come alongside you and your loved one with dementia so that your loved one can age comfortably and you can be free from caregiver stress. Request a Person-Centered Care Assessment for your loved one by calling 262-521-3016 or submitting the short form below.