Supporting a family member who has Alzheimer's or dementia can be one of the most daunting and emotionally draining tasks a family might encounter.
Dementia refers to a decline in cognitive functions like memory, problem-solving, and language to an extent that it hampers daily activities. While over a hundred varieties of dementia exist, the following four are the most prevalent:
Though there isn't a definitive cure for Alzheimer’s or other dementia forms, certain lifestyle adaptations and medicines can alleviate the symptoms. This underscores the importance of adhering to prescribed medication regimens.
Navigating the complexities of caring for a family member with Alzheimer’s or another dementia form can be daunting, making the future seem uncertain. However, with the appropriate support, your loved one can still experience moments of happiness, bonding, and purpose.
Our skilled caregivers are well-equipped with the requisite training and knowledge to aid clients in living securely and comfortably at home, even as their condition advances.