Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care For Seniors In Fort Pierce & Vero Beach, FL
The impact of caregiving for someone with Alzheimer’s disease can be overwhelming. Our goal is to help with all of your elder home care needs by reducing your stress and providing you or your loved one with a qualified, compassionate caregiver.
HOW PREFERRED PRIVATE CARE CAN HELP
Caregiver support with instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs), such as: meal preparation, household chores, shopping, doctor’s appointments, and transportation.
Encouraging social and cognitive engagement through companionship.
Assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), such as: bathing, grooming, dressing, feeding, transfer from bed to chair, walking support, helping with toileting and managing incontinence.
Managing behavioral symptoms such as wandering, depressive moods, agitation, anxiety, repetitive activity, and nighttime disturbances.
Following a daily routine in familiar surroundings to help reduce anxiety and avoid triggering symptoms.
Continued freedom to move around in a familiar, unrestricted environment.
Memory cognitive assistance through reminiscing, repetition of names, events, and places.
Respite care to allow some relief for the full time, family caregiver
Improving the quality of life not only for the person with Alzheimer’s but for their loved ones, as well.
10 WARNING SIGNS OF ALZHEIMER’S
The Alzheimer’s Association has established 10 warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease. If you or a loved one are experiencing any of the following signs, please consult with a physician immediately. Early diagnosis may offer you a chance to seek treatment as well as to plan for the future.
- Memory loss that disrupts daily life
- Challenges in planning or problem solving
- Difficulty completing familiar tasks at home, at work, or at leisure
- Confusion with time or place
- Trouble understanding visual images and spatial relationships
- New problems with words in speaking or writing
- Misplacing things and losing the ability to retrace steps
- Decreased or poor judgment
- Withdrawal from work or social activities
- Changes in mood and personality
Did you know that 1 in 9 older Americans has Alzheimer’s disease?
In 2014, about 2 million people, age 85 and older, suffer from Alzheimer’s.
By 2031 it is projected that more than 3 million people age 85 and older will have Alzheimer’s.
VISIT ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION
We assure you peace of mind that your loved one is getting the highest level of care possible, with experienced, caring, and compassionate nursing assistants.