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Care for Alzheimer's and Dementia Sufferers

Alzheimer’s is a form of dementia and is the most common type of dementing disease afflicting the elderly.  It is a slow, progressive and ultimately fatal disease.  When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or other dementia related disease, the decision for care can be quite challenging.  Seniors are expressing an overwhelming desire to remain in their own homes for as long as physically and emotionally possible.  When a loved one struggles with this debilitating disease, it can be quite beneficial to offer care for Alzheimer’s and dementia sufferers in their familiar home environment.  While there is no cure and no way to reverse the effects, there is hope for a better quality of life.  Millions of people suffer from this disease and will require daily assistance. 

Senior Helpers of Florence, 859-283-5500, provides in home care for Alzheimer’s and dementia sufferers for the areas of Ft. Mitchell, Edgewood, Crestview Hills, Union, Villa Hills.  The in-home care will allow your loved one to hold on to their cherished independence.  A reliable caregiver will be there to assist your loved one with all of their daily needs.  Your family can find peace of mind in knowing that with the help of Senior Helpers, your loved one is never alone for long periods of time.  All caregivers from Senior Helpers are experienced and expert in the field of care for Alzheimer’s and dementia sufferers. 

In the initial stages of Alzheimer’s or other dementia related disease, your loved one will be fine to remain alone in their home.  As the disease progresses, it will become more important to establish a routine and provide a caregiver to attend to the needs of your loved one.  Safety also becomes an issue as the ability to recognize danger is impaired.  If your family would like your loved one to remain in the familiar environment of their own home and community, you will require additional help.  Senior Helpers of Florence provides the in-home care for Alzheimer’s and dementia sufferers.  Caring for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients can be very difficult for a family to take on, and it is important to realize there is help. 

As Alzheimer’s disease and dementia advance, patients and families are faced with a variety of challenges as the disease progresses.  The progression in the disease includes memory loss and severe mental and physical decline.  Senior Helpers is there for you and your family to provide the best care for Alzheimer’s and dementia sufferers.  The expert caregivers are not only compassionate and sensitive, but experienced and knowledgeable when it comes to caring for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients.  Reliable caregivers are specially trained to care for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients. 

With the assistance of an expert caregiver, your loved one can thrive as best as possible in the comforts of their own home.  Dependable caregivers understand the importance of a schedule and establishing routine for a person who struggles with Alzheimer’s.  Senior Helpers of Florence can assist your loved one with expert in home care for Alzheimer’s and dementia sufferers.  This type of care can also entail transportation to and from local events and appointments within the communities of Ft. Mitchell, Edgewood, Crestview Hills, Union, Villa Hills.  It is widely known that isolation can cause premature aging.  To be out and about with peers and attending social events can be very beneficial to a loved one struggling with this disease.  Caregivers from Senior Helpers make safety their number one priority and will make sure your loved one arrives to and from events.  Alzheimer’s and dementia can make traveling throughout the community a risky move for a person to attempt alone.   The responsible caregivers receive continued education to learn the best possible ways to care for Alzheimer’s patients.  An added benefit of assistance is your family will be given the comforting assurance that your loved one is receiving compassionate care through all stages of the disease.