Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care

Alzheimer’s disease is a common form of dementia.

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Dementia is a mental disorder among seniors that negatively affects memory, behavior and judgment. There are nearly 5 million people in the United States that suffer from Alzheimer’s disease.

Caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s can be very challenging and frustrating for family members. Because of this challenge to family caretakers, Here To Help Home Care has a team of specially trained caregivers that can accommodate people who have Alzheimer’s disease or advanced cases of dementia.

When a loved one is at this stage of life suffering from this disease, they need you to just love them. Our job is to enable you to do just that!

If your loved one suffers from Alzheimer’s or dementia, we can help.

Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Services:

Assisting with eating habits
Healthy meal planning
Aid in communication
Evaluate home safety
Providing respite care when you need a break
Assistance with dressing
Assistance with personal grooming
Prevention of wandering and driving

We also offer Memory Care Services

To help maintain precious and important memories, as well as brain function. We utilize recognized methods that help your loved one to re-access memories consistently – which reinforces those memories and the brain’s ability to access them!

Here are some tips to help you spot the warning signs of Alzheimer’s or Dementia:

Memory loss
Difficulty performing familiar tasks
Language problems
Confusion about time and place
Problems with judgment/reasoning
Difficulties with concepts
Misplacing objects
Personality change
Mood change
Loss of initiative