If you are considering care options for your loved one with Alzheimer’s, or if you are a family caregiver in need of respite, Home Care Assistance is here to help with expert Alzheimer’s care. Our dedicated caregivers can:
The amount of physical care a senior with Alzheimer’s requires depends on the stage of the illness. A person experiencing early to mid-stage symptoms may show significant cognitive impairment but very little physical impairment. This can make caring for your loved one challenging.
Home Care Assistance caregivers understand the nuances of working with older adults with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Our 24-hour monitoring ensures safety, while our proprietary Balanced Care Method training encourages optimal physical, emotional and mental health. Carefully selected caregivers are also trained in the new Cognitive Therapy Method, which aims to slow down cognitive decline.
If you are interested in learning more about how an Alzheimer’s caregiver from Home Care Assistance can help you and your loved one, call us today at 817-349-7599. A Care Manager will conduct a free assessment, help you create and customize an Alzheimer’s care plan, and provide you with options for live-in or respite care, depending on your loved one’s needs.
While there is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease, we are committed to providing the highest quality Alzheimer’s care for your loved one.
“Home Care Assistance is proud to serve as an Alzheimer’s Early Detection Alliance Champion. As an AEDA Champion, Home Care Assistance is committed to providing education and resource for individuals suffering from Alzheimer’s and the family members who care for them.”