What are long term options for dementia and Alzheimer’s care?
In-home care for a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s can be challenging. As new behavior patterns and physical needs emerge, it’s likely that at times you may feel overwhelmed.
Building time into your schedule to also take care of your own needs, as well as seeking outside assistance from professional Alzheimer’s Care, will ultimately benefit the loved one suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s.
Enlisting professional Alzheimer’s care
Fostering a feeling of well being and physical security in and around the home is essential following an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Alzheimer’s Care can involve establishing routines around home safety and socialization that used to be taken for granted.
You may need to change the way you interact with your loved one as their disease progresses. Be sure to enlist professional support from Always Best Care.
Alzheimer’s care safety
As Alzheimer’s progresses, the sufferer may lose their rational, logical abilities. It’s then that their risk of accidents and injuries grows.
Family caregivers, in partnership with professional care services, can anticipate this shift and minimize any dangers.