Posted by: encinoinhomecare | March 22, 2013

Caregiver for Alzheimer in Encino


Alzheimer’s and Dementia, two words that are often associated with one another, and two words that are often confused by many people as well.  According to the Alzheimer’s Association, the term Dementia describes the decline in mental ability that is severe enough to interfere with daily routines, and it is not a specific disease.  More specifically, Alzheimer’s is the most common type of dementia.  Another type of dementia is called a Vascular dementia, which is the second most common type of dementia, occurring after a stroke.  Symptoms for dementia, whether Alzheimer’s or Vascular Dementia can be similar.  Memory loss, communication problems, diminished ability to focus and pay attention, reasoning, and others.

In severe cases of Alzheimer’s and other dementia, ability to go through daily lives could be a challenge.  A-1 Home Care in Encino offers skilled and dependable caregivers in Alzheimer’s Care, and other elderly care services such as Parkinson Care, Diabetic Care, Arthritis Care, After Surgery Care, and Incontinence Care.  With Caregivers like Cindia Robles, Dwi HartiJacinto Bumotad, Armi Ninofranco, and Maria Lozano, each of whom had won the Caregiver of the month honor at A-1 Home Care, we can provide you with the peace of mind you are looking for from a in home care agency.  Whether you live in Encino, Tarzana, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Northridge, Thousand Oaks, or other cities in Los Angeles or Orange County, we will be sure to improve the quality of life for your elderly loved ones.

Call 818-980-0094 today for free in home assessment, or visit for more information.

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