Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

Caregiving For Early-Stage A/D

Those with early-stage Alzheimer’s or dementia may not need much assistance. However, it might be best to have a skilled caregiver present with them during certain times of the day, to ensure their safety and to help maintain their living conditions.

The goal of providing care for early-stage Alzheimer’s and dementia patients is to maximize their independence and provide reliable, consistent help with routine household tasks, as needed.

Mid-Stage Care

Mid-stage Alzheimer’s and dementia is typically the longest phase of memory disease, and it can be an especially challenging time, particularly for family members trying to keep their loved one safe and comfortable.

Some days will be better than others. On the more difficult days, the presence of a caregiver from Executive Home Care can make a world of difference for your loved one’s well-being.

Late-Stage Care

For some, the late stages of Alzheimer’s or dementia can last weeks, months, or years. Depending on the severity of the disease, it’s possible around-the-clock care may be required.

Executive Home Care can place live-in caregivers in the home, giving late-stage Alzheimer’s or dementia patients an always-there resource they can rely 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 a 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.

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