If you’re caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia, you don’t need to resign yourself to being the constant witness to the cognitive decline of your loved one, slowly watching them slip away. There are options, and that’s why Premier Homecare Services is so proud to bring you our Active Minds Cognitive Therapy Program, making life better for the person you care for.
Active Minds is a Cognitive Therapy Program designed to provide cognitive stimulation through a series of exercises and activities, as well as gently challenge your loved one to stretch the capacity of their current cognitive state. The program consists of thirty-six Interactive Session Plans to create an errorless learning environment for your loved one. Session plans engage clients in areas of physical activity, visual/spatial skills, memory, language and music, computation and critical thinking.
Provided by our certified Cognitive Coaches, recent studies have shown that cognitive stimulation therapy with human interaction can lead to significant benefits of cognitive functioning.
These studies include Cognitive intervention in Alzheimer disease, published in the science journal Nature, as well as Cognitive Stimulation Therapy Programs in Healthy Elderly published in the International Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. These professionally certified Cognitive Coaches encourage and build confidence through proper stimulation and positive feedback. They provide a flexible, safe and adaptable environment that meets the needs and interests of your loved one.
The Benefits of Cognitive Interaction:
- Improved cognitive function
- Improves independence with activities of daily living
- Slows rate of cognitive decline
- Builds self-esteem and confidence
- Improves communicative ability
- Enhances self-motivation
- Improves overall quality of life
- Restores overall personhood
We have everything needed to start providing cognitive interaction for your loved one today. Learn more or enroll your loved one by calling your nearest Premier Homecare Services office.
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