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Services for loved ones with Dementia/Alzheimers

SeaCare In-Home Care Services has a special place in their heart for loved ones living with Alzheimers. The owner’s beloved grandmother lived many years with memory loss and taught her what compassionate care looks like.

We are sensitive to the various challenges that arise with people living with Dementia and Alzheimers, and strive to make every day a good day for your loved one. SeaCare works hard to bring you the latest and most up to date care practices for loved ones living with Dementia and Alzheimers.

Our caregivers focus on bringing stability and routine to your loved ones’ days.

Our Dementia care services include:

Continual assessments shared with the family

Help with scheduling and attending appointments

Caregivers who receive continuous educational opportunities from leading Alzheimer’s associations

Call us at 425-559-4339

SeaCare In-Home Care

Dementia/Alzheimer’s care that evolves with your needs

The symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease include memory loss and changes in behavior and reasoning. These symptoms are known as Dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most common types of Dementia.

You can count on SeaCare and our caregivers to meet your loved one’s needs as they change. Our caregivers monitor any symptoms during their shifts so you can stay informed and confident in the quality of care.

“I can’t say enough good things about SeaCare. Brianna and her team provided my loved one with the most compassionate and wonderful care possible. I was able to rest easy when my loved one was in their care. The service was absolutely beyond and above.” -Jen C

Paying for Services


Aging in place is priceless and we at SeaCare In-Home Care Services want more people to age gracefully in their own homes. The cost of assistance will vary depending on the degree of assistance required and or desired. 

When contacting SeaCare to receive a care quote and to schedule your free home assessment, it is important to have these types of information on hand to ensure you receive care in the fastest time possible:

Your budget for care

Approximately how much care you are looking for (hourly, daily, weekly, live-in)

What type of tasks you wish the caregivers to assist with

There is no better time to live your best life at home – than the present.

A SeaCare family member is standing by, waiting for your call: 425-559-4339


Learn More

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Understanding Memory Loss

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Memory Challenges and the holidays 

Coping with the aftermath of family holidays

Alzheimers Fact Sheet

Memory Challenges and Communicating

Tools for caregivers working with individuals with dementia.