Dementia & Alzheimer’s Residential Care

in Logan & Mingo Counties, WV

Dedicated Care by Trained Staff

at Trinity Healthcare Services

Trinity Healthcare Services offers dedicated care for patients living with dementia or an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. All staff receive the 30-hour OHFLAC training, from the West Virginia chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. For more information on the dementia and Alzheimer’s care offered by Trinity Healthcare, contact us online or call (304) 752-8723 in Logan or (304) 235-7005 in Mingo to speak with our staff.

Improved Outcomes

Realized by Trained Caregivers

The rise in the aging population combined with greater diagnostic tools prompted the U.S. to pass the National Alzheimer’s Project Act in 2012. The key goal of the act was to create a national plan to prevent and treat Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Studies show the importance of training caregivers in minimizing verbal and physical aggression, wandering, and depression. The active controls of trained caregivers improved outcomes for adults with the dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.

Professional Training

Quality Care for Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Residents living with dementia or a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s require caregivers with specialty training. Trinity Healthcare provides the OHFLAC training to team members to deliver better care. Caregivers in the residential setting benefit from exposure to the types of physical difficulties older adults experience. Sustained levels of daily confusion often result in challenging and changing behaviors. Being sensitive to these variations through professional training gives caregivers added insight and effectiveness.

Families Benefit

from Added Training, Too

The West Virginia Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association offers “Alzheimer’s & Dementia University” one-day mini-conferences where professional and family caregivers can learn more about providing quality care. Trinity Healthcare is proud to have our staff participate in this essential professional training for our residents with these caregiving needs.