Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care.
Memory care assisted living” for Alzheimer’s disease is the most attacker in Canada. In 2011/2012 report said, about half of the estimated 228,000 Canadians aged 45 or older who had been diagnosed with dementia lived in private households, while the other half lived in long-term residential care facilities, dementia help. We provide prolific and economic dementia care under our service plans.
People with dementia often have other medical conditions that increase their need for assistance and make caring for them more complex. Among those in private households, 63% had incontinence and 53% had high blood pressure. Between a quarter and a third had heart disease, a mood disorder, or diabetes. Even when age was taken into account, people with dementia were significantly more likely than those without dementia to have heart disease, incontinence or a mood disorder
Alzheimer’s Disease, the most common form of dementia, is a degenerative condition that involves progressive brain cell failure. Alzheimer’s is often characterized by difficulty remembering, thinking and using language. In the early stages of Alzheimer’s, an individual may experience lapses in memory and trouble finding the right words. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, symptoms may also include, but are not limited to:
Memory loss that affects day-to-day function
- Difficulty performing familiar tasks
- Problems with language
- Disorientation of time and place
- Poor or decreased judgment
- Problems with abstract thinking
- Misplacing things
- Changes in mood or behavior
- Changes in personality
- Loss of initiative
Sovereign Ease Home Health Care Provider, dementia care specialists” taking care of people with Alzheimer's Disease makes us feel good because we are providing love and comfort. Our staff compassionate and comprehends that when a loved one has been diagnosed with "dementia it can be very challenging time. Our caregivers are trained to deal with Alzheimer’s and related dementia care.
24-hour respite care "Dementia Caregivers”
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