Choosing Care for someone with Alzheimer’s

I would have to say it’s not much different from choosing a care giver for someone in general need.  But there are some differences because of the cognitive issues of someone with Alzheimer’s disease.  The article is from a book I have, “The Comfort of Home-A Complete Guide for Caregivers” and this excerpt was on the website caring.com.  You can read the entire article by going to http://www.caring.com/articles/choosing-caregiver-for-alzheimers

Love 2 Live Care has trained caregivers in dementia and Alzheimer’s care.  One thing mentioned in the article is about making the right match.  Our goal is to find the right person to match the needs of your loved one.  You want to be sure that the person you bring in to help your loved one understands Alzheimer’s disease and knows how to communicate well and provide care for a person with this illness.  Call our office and let us know how we can help you and provide peace of mind for you and your family.

  • Randy

    need some help with my mom. She needs 24hr assistance….bathroom, walking, etc. She is in a care facility but it does not provide personal care. Can you e-mail or call me…thanks
    858-495-3100 x 109…..randy

    • Hi Randy,
      I’ll be happy to talk to you getting help for your mom. We will give you a call tomorrow or you can call our office at 619-291-4663.