What We Do

In Home Dementia Care with the DAWN Method

There is great benefit to aging in place. Not only does it provide greater quality of life, but the Idaho Legislature studied the cost of Alzheimer’s and dementia care and found that care in facilities costs families three times as much as in home dementia care (Idaho State Dementia Plan).

With a case manager and dementia care specialists provided by Palouse Dementia Care, even seniors who have no family members living nearby have a safe alternative to assisted living and memory care. Your loved one can continue living at home, stay connected with friends, and take part in their usual activities – with a trained Alzheimer’s/dementia care specialist for a companion.

People with Alzheimer’s or dementia are often referred to as “dementia patients,” but here at Palouse Dementia Care our clients are your loved ones – and our elders, neighbors and friends – not just dementia patients. Because we understand the changes they’ll experience in their cognitive skills, we don’t expect our clients to do what they cannot do. We support their strengths, and when Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers focus on the person rather than the disease, a world of companionship and comfort becomes possible, even when home health care and assistance are needed.

Palouse Dementia Care can help your family create a safe and supportive environment for your loved one, at home.

With in home Alzheimer’s/dementia care, your loved one enjoys assisted living and home health care – and can stay at home safely for longer. Staying home means higher quality of life for people with dementia, and less expense for their families. Contact us to arrange in home dementia care for your loved one.

Located in Moscow, Idaho

Palouse Dementia Care provides home health care and in home care assistance in Moscow, Idaho, and the surrounding area.