Alzheimer's and Dementia Care in Montgomery County, PA and the Surrounding Areas
Alzheimer’s and dementia caregiving can be demanding physically and mentally. At Executive Home Care, we know how important it is to keep in mind that it takes a group of individuals to deliver the best care possible. This group could include loved ones, friends, medical staff, and other helpers. Caregiving for those with dementia and Alzheimer’s requires the participation of everyone in the community.
It is also important to remember that there are many resources available to help people who are providing care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. There are resources available to help you understand what is needed and how to best provide it, whether you are giving daily in-home care, making decisions, or just caring for someone with the disease. It’s possible to find help in the form of discussion forums, online communities, and support groups. In order to offer the best care possible for their loved one, caregivers should take advantage of these tools.
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Caregiving For Early-Stage A/D
People with Alzheimer’s or dementia who are in the early stages may not need much help. But it might be best to have a trained helper with them at certain times of the day to make sure they are safe and help keep their living conditions in good shape.
With Alzheimer’s and dementia care patients in the early stages, the goal is to give them as much independence as possible and help them with everyday chores as needed.
Alzheimer’s and dementia care middle stages usually lasts the longest, and it can be especially hard for family members to keep their loved one safe and comfortable during this time.
There will be good days and bad days. On hard days, having a helper from Executive Home Care can make a huge difference in the health and happiness of your loved one.
Some people in Alzheimer’s and dementia care can be in the late stages for weeks, months, or even years. Depending on how bad the sickness is, the person might need care around the clock.
Executive Home Care can send live-in workers to a person’s home. This gives people with Alzheimer’s or dementia in the late stages of the disease a person they can always count on.
Learn More by Contacting Your Local Office
We understand how challenging it can be to coordinate care for a loved one living with a memory disease.
Your local Executive Home Care team can work with you to develop an Alzheimer’s and dementia care plan that puts the comfort, safety, and total well-being of your loved one first.
Contact us today to schedule a free in-home consultation.