If you are concerned about the well-being of your loved one that has Alzheimer’s, Home Care Assistance offers caregivers expertly trained in Alzheimer’s care. Alzheimer’s is a non-reversible brain disorder that develops over a period of years. Patients will experience memory loss, confusion, and changes in behavior and personality. In the late stages of Alzheimer’s severe loss of mental function can occur. This mental and physical impairment can make caring for your loved one extremely difficult. Home Care Assistance caregivers are highly trained and experienced in aiding adults with Alzheimer’s.
Our caregivers understand the importance of promoting optimal physical, emotional, and mental health through the Balanced Care Method™. Our caregivers can:
- Support existing cognitive ability with social interaction
- Decrease the risk of elopement or falls with careful supervision
- Prepare nutritious meals and exercises that encourage optimal physical health
- Enhance mood and reduce depression with companionship
- Provide safety through 24-hour monitoring
Support for Those Struggling with Alzheimer’s and Their Families
Consistency for the client is essential to avoid negative reactions to unfamiliar people. We provide a complimentary matching service where you can choose the caregiver and focus on a long-term relationship. Individuals with Alzheimer’s and their families often suffer from anxiety about dealing with the disorder and the daily tasks. Home Care Assistance will put your mind at ease knowing your loved one is being cared for by a professional and compassionate caregiver.
Specialized Caregivers Available 24/7
Home Care Assistance provides professionally trained and compassionate caregivers for Alzheimer’s patients. For peace of mind and the knowledge, your loved one is well cared for, contact a Care Manager at (802) 231-0415.
“…Your Caregiver helped me shower daily, made my bed, prepared meals and did some food shopping, light cleaning and the laundry. She was a gem, always on time, and her manner and demeanor exhibited her many years of experience as an expert Caregiver. She was dependable, calm, caring and trust worthy…”
— Patricia L. Waller, Retired U.S. Diplomat