Specialized Support for Loved Ones with Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Nothing is more important than the personal wellbeing of those in our care.

Memory Support

Montcordia's Companion Care Partners & Aging Life Care Managers provide companionship and specialized support for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. They receive progressive, award‑winning, evidence‑based training from the Research Institute for Aging, which focuses on strengths, abilities and helping others live their best lives possible.

With our memory support program, we offer cognitive stimulation to keep you or your loved one as engaged as possible. We schedule meaningful experiences throughout the day, including but not limited to:

  • Helping to journal and document life stories
  • Organizing photos
  • Coordinating visits with family and friends
  • Taking trips to museums, gardens and art galleries
  • Providing transportation and company to various errands or activities
  • Scheduling lunch outings with friends
  • Stimulating memory by engaging in activities that encourage cognition
  • Encouraging favorite hobbies and providing support when necessary

Hospital Aftercare

We offer comprehensive care following a discharge from a hospital or rehabilitation center. During this recovery period we provide support where it’s needed most:

  • Transportation home from the hospital or rehab
  • Coordinating personal care services
  • Meal preparation
  • Light housekeeping
  • Running errands such as grocery shopping and picking up medications from the pharmacy

Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease is a progressive disorder that may present challenges in day-to-day living. We provide support to ensure our clients remain comfortable in their homes as the need for support evolves. Here’s how we help individuals with Parkinson’s Disease:

  • Reminders and encouragement for exercise routines
  • Coordinating personal care services
  • Transportation and assistance for doctor and therapy appointments
  • Dietary assistance, including shopping and meal preparations

Palliative/End-of-Life Support

Although we do not provide direct palliative, hospice or end-of-life care, we do offer families supplemental, compassionate support during this difficult time. Here’s how we can help:

  • Reading favorite books, stories or journals
  • Providing comfort and companionship
  • Relieving family and other caregivers
  • Tidying, cooking meals and doing other tasks to ease stress for the family

Respite for Family Caregiver

When caregivers need time for themselves, we make sure the person they care for doesn’t feel isolated or lonely. We act as an extension of the family when we’re needed most.

Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Along with providing care for aging individuals, we support adults of any age with intellectual or developmental disabilities. We assist with daily living needs like grocery shopping, meal preparation and medication reminders. We also arrange opportunities to participate in social activities that provide meaningful engagement with the surrounding community.