Posted by: encinoinhomecare | April 21, 2015

Encino Dementia Care for the Elderly

a-1 home careAlzheimer’s Disease falls under the category of Dementia, a disability that impairs memory, cognitive abilities, and sleeping patterns, to name a few.  It is a progressive disease, so if you notice changes in behavior and personality early on, you should familiarize yourself with symptoms in order to take action for the future.  As memory lapses become more frequent, you’ll notice that your loved one may forget to dress himself, turn off the stove, or remember familiar streets and names.  A simple task like balancing a checkbook will become an ordeal.  Delusions and wanderings may become hard for family members to deal with; they may lose sleep over worrying about their loved one leaving the house and getting lost.

A-1 Home Care provides flexible scheduling for patients with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.  Understanding that this disease gets worse over time, we will work you as your needs change.  We can increase or decrease the hours of service as we accommodate to your schedule.  Our wonderful caregivers, companions and certified nurse aides assist with meal preparations, light housecleaning, bathing, grooming, laundry, and transportation to doctor’s appointments.

Call us today (818) 980-0094 or visit our website http://encinoinhomecare.com/ for more information.  We serve the communities of Encino, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Canoga Park, Thousand Oaks, and other cities throughout Los Angeles County and Orange County.

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