The Truth about Alzheimer’s Disease and the Affordable Treatment for Specialized Care

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A patient with Alzheimer’s disease may experience changes in the cognitive functions, behavior, and or mood. They may experience difficulty with understanding, delusion, and confusion which can cause frustration, aggression, and irritability. Feeling discontentment, apathy, and or loneliness is also prevalent. It can progressively become more difficult for the patient to do simple tasks such as cooking, light house cleaning, laundry, or running errands.

If you’re family member or loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, you don’t have to go through it alone. As the family Care Provider, the time and stress of employment and other familial responsibilities can make it almost impossible to fully devote yourself to someone who is in need of such personalized care. A-1 Home Care Agency provides companions, caregivers, CNAs, and CHHAs who are compassionate and experienced with caring for dementia and Alzheimer’s patients. We at A-1 Home Care understand what it takes to deliver the intricate and delicate treatment of someone suffering from Alzheimer Disease or Dementia.

A-1 Home Care services Huntington Beach, Costa Mesa, Newport Beach and Tustin delivering outstanding Alzheimer & Dementia Care services within the same or next day of your request at an affordable rate. Having a professional Home Health Care Provider or Caregiver assisting your loved one for even a few hours or several days a week can go a long way in giving the family Caregiver a much needed respite and support.

Call us today for your free quote at 562-929-8400

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