Consistent Care for Incapacitated Alzheimer’s Patients

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Back in 2012, an estimated 15.4 million caregivers provided care for Alzheimer’s patients, and the more staggering fact is that they have combined to have provided nearly 18 billion hours of unpaid care according to the Alzheimer’s Association.  Furthermore, while it may not be the direct cause of death, a third of seniors die with the Alzheimer’s of other form of dementia.

Now that you understand the magnitude of the problem, it is important to understand that those suffering with Alzheimer’s crave for routines.  Any changes in the surroundings ca trigger behavioral changes.  Therefore, a consistent and dependable source of care is ideal to maintain a quality living for Alzheimer’s patients, especially those incapacitated and at a later stage of the illness.

In business since 1991, A-1 Home Care in San Dimas is known for our reliability and consistency.  Our care providers are dedicated to their jobs, offering unmatched support for seniors, disabled and terminally ill individuals in need of services such as Alzheimer’s Care, Cancer Care, Arthritis Care, Kidney Disease Care, Incontinence Care, Post Surgical Care, Brain Injury Care, Parkinson’s Care, and other home care challenges.  We guarantee you to have a peace of mind when hiring a caregiver from A-1 Home Care in San DimasDiamond BarCovina, Azusa, Pomona, West Covina, Claremont, Gledora,  and surrounding areas.

Please call 909-861-7700 to find a compassionate caregiver today.  You may also visit our website or find us on Facebook for regular updates!

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