Alliance Home Health Care Services understands that Alzheimer's disease is a difficult diagnosis and one that is not easy for families attempting to provide care at home without professional assistance. Loved ones and family members often express guilt and ambivalence about bringing in a professional caregiver to assist with Alzheimer's care. However, our care experts are trained to provide Alzheimer's home care utilizing industry best practices and allowing families peace of mind and more time with their loved ones as they go through this difficult journey.
Alliance Home Health Care Services offers specialized care for families to give caregivers a rest, while the person with Alzheimer’s disease continues to receive excellent care safe at home. Our Alzheimer's care services include personal care such as hygiene and grooming, feeding and meal preparation, companionship, transportation and geriatric care management as required. We set up a personalized care plan and outline what special activities, outings and activities we can do while caring for your loved one and making sure they are following their standard routine. Respite care allows families and caregivers the ability to interact with one another without worrying about the immediate safety and wellbeing of their loved one on a constant basis.
Being the family caregiver for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease is emotionally and physically draining. Despite having the best of intentions you simply may not be able to provide the best care to your loved one without significant personal struggle. Our Alzheimer's care in the home allows family caregivers the opportunity to:
Alliance Home Health Care Services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to attend to your loved one with Alzheimer's disease. Our caregivers are loving and understanding and will work with your family to determine the best schedule to meet your needs as they evolve.
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It is important to know the facts when providing Alzheimer's care to a loved one. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, here are some quick facts about Alzheimer’s:
For more information and resources, go to www.alz.org.
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