Alzheimer’s & Dementia Specialty Program in New Braunfels, TX

Caring Senior Service offers compassionate home care assistance for seniors and their families in New Braunfels and the surrounding areas. We provide a wide range of services, including an Alzheimer’s & Dementia Specialty Program, to meet the unique needs of aging seniors in New Braunfels with dementia, Alzheimer’s, memory loss, and other cognitive challenges. Our mission is to deliver exceptional care for these seniors to improve their quality of life and make them feel safe in their homes. In order to fulfill our mission, we offer specialized training to our senior caregivers in New Braunfels to ensure they are fully trained and qualified to meet the specific requirements of every client we serve. 


We Provide Compassionate, Quality Care
Our team understands the unique needs of seniors with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Many seniors experience anxiety, stress, confusion, or loneliness after this diagnosis. In-home care can make them feel safer in their surroundings as our experienced and compassionate caregivers help them structure their days.

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Some seniors may find daily personal care overwhelming, especially those with Alzheimer’s or dementia. They may feel ashamed or embarrassed to ask for help with bathing, dressing, toileting, incontinence care, or other personal care needs. Our in-home caregivers in New Braunfels are memory care experts, and they will assist your loved ones with their needs while helping them maintain their privacy and dignity. 

Medication Management
Keeping track of daily medications is essential for seniors with neurodegenerative diseases. As the premier in-home memory care team in New Braunfels, our caregivers take extra care to ensure seniors receive the correct dosage of prescription or over-the-counter medications.

Well-Balanced Meal Preparation
Choosing and preparing suitable food options can overwhelm seniors with Alzheimer’s or dementia. New Braunfels top in-home caregivers can prepare meals that meet their dietary requirements and encourage them to eat regular, balanced meals to support overall well-being.

Home care assistance goes beyond assisting seniors with basic needs. Our senior caregivers in New Braunfels create lasting relationships through cooking, games, shopping, walks, and other favorite activities. Developing relationships with our seniors helps prevent loneliness and helps our caregivers recognize when seniors feel distressed or agitated, so they can help improve their quality of life.

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Alzheimer's & Dementia Specialty Program

Familiar surroundings can help seniors with dementia cope with agitation and confusion. Our Alzheimer’s & Dementia Specialty program helps seniors with Alzheimer’s or related dementia to remain safe at home.



Fall Risk Specialty Program

Falls are common in the elderly due to chronic conditions, balance issues, vision problems, or other injuries. They can result in lasting injury and fear. Our Fall Risk Specialty Program helps seniors regain their confidence.


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Stroke Specialty Program

Seniors who survive a stroke may face a long recovery time and experience lasting physical effects, limiting their ability to perform daily tasks. Our Stroke Specialty Program allows us to provide personalized care to give seniors and their families peace of mind.


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Hip & Knee Replacement Specialty Program

Seniors who undergo joint replacement surgeries are susceptible to falls and health complications. Our program provides tailored services to help seniors recover after a hip or knee replacement.



COPD Specialty Program

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is common among seniors and makes it extremely difficult to breathe. Our COPD care program helps our caregivers identify the needs and preferences of each senior with COPD or similar respiratory conditions.


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Pneumonia Specialty Program

Pneumonia is the 5th leading-cause of death in the United States and is responsible for 1 million hospital readmissions annually. Our specialized care helps improve the quality of life for seniors recovering from pneumonia.


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Infection Control Specialty Program

Many infectious diseases, like COVID-19, can be avoided with proper training and care. Learn how our Infection Control Specialty Program and tailored care plans can help keep your loved one safe at home.


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CHF Specialty Program

Congestive heart failure can be managed through proper treatment and lifestyle changes. Our specialized care program includes heart-specific courses and other training to help caregivers address the needs of seniors with CHF.