Dementia Helpers provides specialized dementia care to meet any client’s needs. Our caregivers can assist with activities of daily living (ADL) and keep the person with dementia engaged with people and places around them. One type of specialized care Dementia Helpers provides for people with dementia is Personal care, which consists of helping seniors perform their activities of daily living (ADL). Examples of ADLs include bathing, grooming, toileting and eating. A second type of specialized care Dementia Helpers provides for dementia patients is Companion care, and these services help a senior maintain their quality of life. Examples of Companion care are grocery shopping, going out for lunch or going to the library. The final type of specialized care for people with dementia is transportation service, which is offered to assist the elderly with transportation to the doctor’s appointments, shows, museums or visiting with friends and family.