Alzheimer's Care Requires Help.
You are not alone. We understand that when a loved one is diagnosed with this disease, it can be a very difficult time.Ask for Care
Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease that worsens over time affecting daily and cognitive functioning. It can affect individuals differently and symptoms may vary depending on the stage of the illness.
Some people refer to Alzheimer’s and dementia interchangeably. However, Alzheimer’s is essentially a form of dementia – the most common form of dementia.
Common symptoms of Alzheimer’s include:
How we provide Alzheimer's care
Comforts & Familiarity of Home
We provide our services in the comfort of client’s homes so they can receive help in familiar surroundings and settings. Familiarity is key so our Alzheimer’s in-home care service focuses on monitoring clients while they’re in their own homes where they are safe and at lower risk of wandering.
Planning with Family Members
We focus on two aspects of Alzheimer’s care – the client and his or her family. In order to ensure clients receive the care they deserve, we make sure they are paired up with trained caregivers who are a good fit in terms of personality and interests. This ensures relationships can be built and consistency in care can be achieved. We also believe that Alzheimer’s affects families equally as much.
Guidance for Family Members
In order to give loved ones peace of mind, we provide supervision ranging from three hours a day to 24 hour care. We’ll also give tips and guidance on dealing with Alzheimer’s care to educate people on what they should expect and how they should handle specific situations.
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