Specialized Caregivers for Memory Loss
The need for meaningful activity and the connection of belonging is important for those affected by Alzheimer’s and Dementia. In the early stages of Alzheimer’s and other forms of Dementia, your loved one may have difficulty concentrating, processing information and remembering simple items or tasks. In some cases, they may be able to care for themselves in certain ways for some time, but that independence will start to diminish as the months and years pass. When this occurs, it is essential that the appropriate level of in-home care is made available to ensure their continued health and well-being.
Alzheimer’s home care is provided by both non-medical and medical home care agencies. Guardian Community Health Systems specializes in providing highly qualified and compassionate caregivers for Elders with memory loss.
Efforts by family members to assist a loved one with dementia home care can be very frustrating, especially when confusion, withdrawal, wandering, or moody personality flashes occur. It is imperative that you seek supportive care if you feel unequipped to provide for a loved one with this diagnosis. We are available to discuss your options for Alzheimer’s home care so you are prepared when help is needed.
For more information, please review our Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia Resources.