Alzheimer’s

Don’t go it alone. If your loved one is living with the effects of Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, it can take a tremendous toll on your own physical and emotional well being. We understand the unique challenges that Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia present to families and their loved ones. Caregivers with this specialized experience are patient, respectful and compassionate, and they can encourage and assist seniors cope with dementia while enabling them to continue doing what they can on their own.

In fact, very few individuals ever need to be placed in a facility environment as long as there is a qualified caregiver providing in-home care. Most people mistakenly think that one-on-one care is too expensive, when it actually is a very cost effective alternative to facility based care.

In-home Caregivers are able to provide care and assistance through all the stages of Alzheimer’s and dementia:

  • Handling changing behaviors
  • Creating social interaction
  • Engaging in mind-stimulating activities
  • Supervising daily activities
  • Ensuring environment safety
  • Mental exercises
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