Approaching your loved one with Alzheimer’s should be done with a great deal of caution, caring and compassion.
There is a rule of thumb in caring for people with Alzheimer’s disease: you will never win an argument with someone who has dementia.
Denial is the first line of defense; they will project blame.
Its scary to think that they might be losing their ability to think, communicate and reason. It is embarrassing when they get lost driving to the same grocery store that they have shopped at for many years.
Here are a few suggestions when it comes to caring for a person with Alzheimer’s disease:
If your loved one suffers from Alzheimer’s/dementia or Parkinson’s disease, you can trust in Hearts & Hands Home Health Care to provide them with the companionship, assistance, and broad range of in-home care services they need to thrive.
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Offering flexible hourly and around-the-clock services.
Our care team is here to serve you.
Not sure what your loved one really needs or how much help they need?
Hearts & Hands Home Health Care provides free assessments to customize a plan to meet your needs. Call us at (248) 529-6089