Laura Ingalls Wilder once said, "Home is the nicest word there is." This may be especially true for loved ones affected by Alzheimer's or another type of dementia. The warm, familiar surroundings of home can play an important role in managing cognitive diseases.
All of our Alzheimer's and dementia CAREGivers take part in our unique and critically acclaimed training program called
CARE: Changing Aging Through Research and Education®. As pioneers in this field, Home Instead Senior Care developed the highest-quality dementia training program for caregivers available. We have helped change the way people live with Alzheimer's and other dementias.
We can tailor a home care arrangement to fit your family's lifestyle and budget. Read More
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"We have had very qualified caregivers throughout. The administrative staff has been very responsive and accommodating as requirements have changed."
"Home Instead has been a God-send. We use 10 hours over 2 days a week (4 & 6 hours). Our support has been on time, the communication with the scheduler has been efficient and flexible. Because we are dealing with Alzheimer's, consistency is an important factor, and Home Instead is very aware of that. Caregivers are very well trained, so you can rest assured you're in good hands, and you don't have to worry when you leave. That really takes a load off your shoulders. They keep a journal, which facilitates keeping order and smooth communications. It is also very helpful because they catch changes I may miss. When you're in the situation all the time, you often miss the tiny changes. I feel as if we have a care team. They are also very empathetic and supportive of my husband and me. I tell everyone, "If you need help, call Home Instead. Their care has improved the quality of life for both of us."
"Home Instead does everything possible to make sure your loved one can stay home and as independent as possible. It helps to have her home where we can see her when able."
"The care workers are professional and friendly."