Providing Memory Care to Seniors Suffering from Dementia
According to the World Health Organization, approximately 47 million people have some form of dementia. The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that Alzheimer’s is the most expensive disease in America, costing more than the care for cancer and heart disease combined.
Some of those costs come from long-term memory care facilities. Family members may not want to put their senior loved ones in a memory care facility, but they are not equipped to provide dementia care to them either.
Dementia sufferers can safely stay at home with Assisting Hands’ caregivers
Families don’t have to put their senior loved ones in a memory care facility or nursing home. They can let them stay in their own home under the watchful supervision of a full-time caregiver.
The dedicated caregivers at Assisting Hands® are trained to manage challenging behaviors, improve communication skills, and keep the person with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia safe.
Whether your senior loved one needs care during the day when you are at work or 24 hours a day, you will have peace of mind knowing that they are safe and secure.
Let us know what type of memory care your senior loved one needs and we will tailor a plan to help them manage this debilitating disease.