Care & Support
We are here to help caregivers and their loved ones living with dementia navigate care solutions while providing support and comfort as they go through their dementia journey. With the proper resources and tools at your disposal, persons living with dementia and the community that surrounds them can have more impactful, positive, and empowering experiences.
Dementia’s impact on caregivers.
Balancing personal, family, and work obligations while caring for someone living with dementia can be difficult physically, emotionally, and logistically. Finding support and care for you and your loved ones is essential to improving the well-being of both.
Access to Expert & Certified Care Services
At the Dementia Institute, our partner organizations are well-equipped to handle the varying lifestyle and care needs of those living with dementia.
In-facility Care Services
Holland Home’s residential dementia care is Michigan’s only Positive Approach® to Care-designated organization. This person-centered approach focuses on empathy, compassion, and understanding. Through Holland Home’s expert dementia care services, your loved ones will be cared for physically, emotionally, socially, intellectually, and spiritually.
In-home Care Services
Atrio Home Care provides both Help at Home and Home Health services to meet the needs of persons with dementia wherever they might be. Whether they need assistance with daily tasks or require in-home care to help them recover from an injury, illness, or surgery, Atrio can help clients thrive safely from the comfort of their homes.
Dementia Day Center
Through Care Resources’ Dementia Day Center, your loved one can be cared for in a social and engaging environment while you take respite, go to work, or fulfill other life and family obligations. Most participants attend 2-3 days a week, but you have the flexibility to adjust as your schedule demands.
Faith Hospice provides compassionate hospice care that focuses on improving the quality of life for each individual, unique to their wants and needs, throughout the end-of-life journey. Services can be provided at home or in-patient at their Trillium Woods campus.
With our support services, those living with dementia and those who care for them can find the help and support they need to overcome some of the emotional, physical, and logistical challenges they face.
More than 11 million Americans are caregivers for their loved ones living with dementia. Find support, camaraderie, and reassurance with our dementia support groups. We also offer counseling services for those diagnosed with dementia to help them and their loved ones better understand the condition and provide support.
Need help navigating the world of dementia healthcare? We provide caregiver consultations, connecting you to the right resources and guiding you through available options.
When someone you love has been diagnosed with dementia, it can sometimes feel like you’ve already lost that person. Faith Hospice offers bereavement services to help individuals process their situation and keep moving forward.