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When a loved one with Alzheimer's disease is no longer able to live independently, you may want to consider the help of an in-home caregiver. At Trusted Care Providers, a full-service company that provides care for both children and adults, our Home-care workers are trained and reliable.
We can personalize a program for your loved one that will meet his or her needs. Our goal is to support independent living by helping patients with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory impairments live at home for as long as possible.
It is common for senior citizens to be more forgetful in their older years; however, it is more concerning when they become agitated or confused when it happens. If you have a loved one whose memory is fading with age, check to see whether any of these warning signs are noticeable as they could be symptoms of a more severe memory loss disorder:
If any of these indicators are present, consider seeking help from a medical professional. Only a medical doctor can diagnose a memory impairment such as dementia and recommend care. Once that is determined, we can step in and provide the type of care your loved one needs.
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