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Different Stages of Alzheimer’s Care

Different Stages of Alzheimer’s Care

Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia is not for the weak-hearted. It involves a team of skilled individuals to address their needs and often, it’s the caregivers who spend so much time with them.

Senior care providers agency understands that as Alzheimer’s progresses, caregivers have to expect changes in their roles.

  • Early-stage Caregiving.
    At this stage, patients are still able to live and function independently. They can still drive and attend social functions, volunteer, and work. As a caregiver, your role is to provide support and companionship, as well as help in planning and preparation for the future.
  • Middle-stage caregiving.
    A greater level of care is required during this time. It is important also important that while you care for your sick loved one, you also get the support that you need. Our elder care referral agency in California can help find someone to help you deal with the changes in behavior and other co-morbid disorders such as depression, anxiety, irritability, etc.
  • Late-stage Caregiving.
    At this stage, round-the-clock care is needed. As it can last from several weeks to years, your loved ones should get the proper and appropriate support and care that they require. Hospice care, as well as senior care facilities, might be the better option for them.

As one of the leading senior placement agencies in Montrose, California, we can help you find the best healthcare and nursing home care facility for your senior loved one. Care Senior Placement will be there for you every step of the way.

Set an appointment with us nor or call us at 818-272-3380 / 818-568-8385 for more information about our services and how we can help you.

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