Alzheimer’s Care Options for Senior Loved Ones

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When your parents or loved ones are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, symptoms will progressively worsen over time. A difficult truth about Alzheimer’s and dementia is that it becomes uncontrollable outside specialized living. In the early stages of the disease, families often choose senior home care in California so that their loved one can remain at home and enjoy as much independence as possible. However, as the disease advances, specialized care is needed to provide your loved one with proper care. Here are some care options you can choose for your senior loved with Alzheimer’s and dementia:

  • Assisted living
    Assisted living facilities provide adequate care for individuals in the initial stages of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Our assisted living in California provides assistance for Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs), such as dressing, preparing meals, housekeeping, laundry, and other daily activities.
  • Home Care
    Staying in familiar surroundings at home can keep seniors with Alzheimer’s or dementia feeling safe and loved. Our senior care home in Yorba Linda, California provides 24 Hour Live-In & Hourly Care, homemaking services, companionship, and even transportation/doctor and dentist appointment assistance.
  • Memory care
    Memory care is a special kind of care provided to those with varying degrees of dementia or Alzheimer’s. Memory care units provide different activities to stimulate memory, which could possibly slow the disease’s progression. Some of these activities include music, arts and crafts, games, etc.
  • Nursing home
    Another option is a nursing home, which provides more extensive medical care. Nursing homes are better for individuals with Alzheimer’s or dementia who are in the final stages of the disease and have serious problems with their health or daily living.

Belmont Guests Retreat is a community that offers Alzheimer’s and Dementia care services as well as hospice in Yorba Linda, California. For more inquiries, contact us today!

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