“Caregiver confidence” – the ability to effectively support and advocate for a loved one facing illness, like dementia – has been the focus of recent studies. In a nutshell, that research shows that programs structured like the ADC program increase caregiver confidence.
The reason? Our ADC team guides you in your new role. We know the resources you need to be effective. That may mean steering you to reputable in-home services—nursing, home-health, meal delivery, cleaning and more. Caregivers who need a break to regenerate, may be directed to agencies that provide respite care during the day or assisted living facilities that offer overnight stays. Additionally, an ADC team member is available to answer caregiver questions 24-hours a day at (928) 775-5567.
Managing medications, interacting with home-health aides, and soothing confused or agitated loved ones can be daunting. But the ADC team will be with you on this journey, giving you the support you need to grow in your caregiver role.