Providing Support for Dementia Caregivers at the End of Life

Caring for people with Alzheimer’s or Dementia at home can be overwhelming, demanding, and stressful for most caregivers, especially for family caregivers. One of the things to be worried about is the mental health of care providers, as is fatigue, because many of them are always at work, and rarely find time to take care of themselves. At Devinity Hospice, the trusted providers of Hospice Comfort Care in Humble, Texas, we support every family caregiver out there, who is taking care of their loved one in end-of-life care. 

We highly believe that family caregivers may have to cut back on work hours because of the huge workload they have, in addition to their caregiving responsibilities. They need to take care of their overall health and well-being to provide the best possible care for their clients. They should also be informed that while taking a break, they can still be assured that their loved ones are taken care of and remain as comfortable as possible at home with the professional Hospice care providers we have.

Many family members may find themselves in a state of relief when their loved one suffering from advanced dementia eventually dies. These feelings are normal. Feeling relief is a natural response after one realizes that their loved one won’t have to suffer for long. Hospice gives family caregivers the needed support to deal with grief, both before and after their family member dies.

Our Palliative Comfort in Texas can cover a wide range of end-of-life care, including providing support to family caregivers and family members in grief. Let’s start discussing the services that you want to avail. Call us.