Alzheimer’s Care

Senior and young holding handsWhat is Alzheimer’s Disease?

Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative brain disorder that progresses over time, causing memory loss and other mental and cognitive problems. It is most common among people ages 65 and older, although it is not a normal part of the aging process. Some of the most common signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s include:

  • Disorientation or confusion
  • Suspicion or paranoia when it comes to other people
  • Mood and/or behavioral changes
  • Inability to remember new information
  • Difficulty communicating or speaking

Alzheimer’s Care is a Full-Time Job

When your loved one has Alzheimer’s, and you are the primary caregiver, it can be a full-time job in itself. Watching a loved one deteriorate and lose their abilities right before your eyes can be physically and mentally draining. Rather than struggling to handle the responsibility on your own, consider enlisting the help of a caregiver. Whether you need a few hours a week to recuperate or more frequent help, we would be happy to assist you.

We Focus on the Person, Not the Disease

Our caregivers are certified and trained to handle the special needs of Alzheimer’s patients. We provide patient and empathetic care, while helping your loved ones remain safe and calm in their own homes. We assist your loved ones with tasks they cannot do well anymore, with the utmost respect and compassion. Our caregivers are trained to help your loved ones focus on their remaining abilities and strengths.

You don’t have to carry the stress of caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s by yourself. Let us take some of the weight off your shoulders with our specialized Alzheimer’s care services. Give us a call or contact us through our website to schedule a consultation.