Dementia is a chronic brain disorder, caused by either an injury or a type of brain disease. Dementia is not one specific disease, but a term associated with a constant, steady decline in mental ability as you age. While Alzheimer’s is the most commonly recognized type of dementia, there are other conditions that can cause similar symptoms. There is no current cure for dementia, and symptoms often get worse over time, which can make caring for a loved one with dementia exhausting at times.
If your loved one has not been diagnosed with dementia, but you suspect they may be at risk, pay attention to the following warning signs:
We understand that caring for a loved one with dementia is draining, both physically and mentally at times. When you need a break from your responsibilities, we are here to help provide you with necessary relief. Our specially trained and certified caregivers will speak to and interact with dementia patients just as they would with any other person. We focus on the remaining strengths and abilities, rather than emphasizing their weaknesses.
Do not take on the responsibility of caring for a loved one with dementia all on your own. Let us help you through a personalized care plan. Give us a call or contact us through our site for a free assessment.