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Caring for seniors with Alzheimer's, Dementia, or Memory Issues

These health issues in seniors make them more dependent on others as they become more limited in their daily life activities as the disease progresses.

In their advanced stage, your loved one may need full-time supervision and care. Oftentimes, round-the-clock care becomes necessary.

Memory Care Services for the Elderly and Older Adults –

Our caregivers undergo specialized training to provide the best care possible for seniors with Alzheimer’s, or other forms of Dementia. With their experience and understanding, you can rest assured that your loved one is in capable and caring hands.



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Since our opening in 2006.

24/7 In-Home Alzheimer’s Care: Tailored Support for a Better Quality of Life

Dealing with Dementia can be challenging, but with 1st Call Home Care, we got you covered. Our specially trained caregivers are experts in providing the care your loved ones need, right in the comfort of their own homes. Here’s how we make your loved one with memory care issues enjoy the best care possible:

  • They encourage more physical activity: Our caregivers understand the importance of staying active. They encourage and assist your loved one in engaging in physical activities to maintain mobility and overall well-being.
  • They give personal, hands-on care assistance: our caregivers take care of the little things that matter. From helping with bathing and dressing to personal grooming, they make sure your loved one looks and feels their best.
  • They do light housekeeping and chores: A tidy and safe living space contributes to a sense of comfort. Our caregivers lend a hand with household chores like light housekeeping, laundry, and dishes, maintaining a clean and pleasant environment.
  • They assist with transportation and companionship to appointments: Medical appointments and social events are important for your senior’s mental and emotional well-being. Our caregivers provide transportation or help schedule a vehicle to ensure they don’t miss their important appointments or engagements.
caregiver assisting an elderly get out of a car and use her walker
  • They help with cognitive stimulation: Our caregivers are familiar with games and activities for memory stimulation, keeping your loved one’s mind active and engaged. It helps create a positive impact on their cognitive health.
  • They are available for full-time supervision: Your loved one’s safety and comfort are important. With our 24/7 in-home care, your loved one receives full-time supervision, giving you peace of mind knowing they are well cared for at all times.
  • They monitor medication adherence: Managing medications and appointments can be overwhelming. Our caregivers provide timely reminders, ensuring your loved one stays on top of their healthcare needs.
  • They provide social interaction and mental stimulation: Isolation can be detrimental to seniors with Alzheimer’s or Dementia. Our caregivers provide social interaction and mental stimulation, promoting cognitive ability and emotional well-being.

At 1st Call Home Care, we understand the unique challenges of Alzheimer’s,  Dementia, and Memory issues, and our compassionate and expert caregivers are committed to providing tailored support to enhance the quality of life for your loved ones.

Cities We Serve in Orange County

  • Placentia
  • Yorba Linda
  • Fullerton
  • Anaheim
  • Santa Ana
  • Costa Mesa
  • Irvine
  • Aliso Viejo
  • Lake Forest
  • Mission Viejo
  • Newport Beach
  • Huntington Beach
  • Laguna Beach
  • Laguna Woods
map of cities in Orange County Ca
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Here’s from families who made us their First Choice:

“We're forever grateful for the help you've given us even on a very short notice. And Ron, being a nurse, was truly a big help overseeing my mom's care. We felt such a big relief from thousands of miles away!”

Jason Smith

“They've been checking in with us consistently to see how things are going and have responded to our questions with professionalism and care. So happy to have found them and would recommend them in a heart beat!”

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“Thank you for all your love and support throughout this difficult time. We love you!”

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Navigating the challenges of Dementia care requires a flexible and reliable support system. That’s where our Specialized Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and Memory Care Services come in, providing tailored assistance to meet your loved one’s specific needs at every stage of the disease.


In the early stages, when your loved one may only require help with certain tasks, our specialized care services can be a valuable resource.

Our caregivers have flexible schedules, offering assistance and respite whenever you need it.

Whether during a hospital stay or at another facility, we are just a call away.

As the disease progresses to the advanced stages, full-time supervision and care become essential.

We understand that providing round-the-clock care can be overwhelming for family members.

Our professional home care aides can stay as live-in helpers. They stay with the client round the clock, ensuring their safety and comfort are always a priority.

With our compassionate caregivers as part of your family’s care team, we make certain your loved one receives the best possible care, no matter the stage of Dementia they’re facing.

We are here to support both your loved one and your family throughout this journey, offering peace of mind and a helping hand when you need it most.

If you or your loved one require Companion Care Services, or you need information about any of our specialized services, please click here – to schedule a phone call with our community representative.

Have more questions?

We’re always ready to answer your questions about mealtime and nutrition care for your older loved one.

Caring starts with your first call.

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