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Alzheimer's Care for Seniors in North Las Vegas, NV


Learn why professional Alzheimer's care is the best choice to help your loved one deal with this disease.


Many family members who care for a senior loved one with Alzheimer's disease find themselves overwhelmed and wondering what happened. Care started easily enough, but before they knew what happened, they were fatigued, socially isolated, and fighting just to keep going.


Alzheimer's is a progressive disease that slowly erodes a senior's mental and physical capacities over time. Because of the senior's gradual degradation, caregivers often do not even notice that changes are occurring. Then, one day, they wake up exhausted and realize they have not been sleeping, socializing, or taking care of their own needs.


The Benefits of Alzheimer's Care in North Las Vegas, NV


Thankfully, if you are a family caregiver, there are ways to keep the challenges of Alzheimer's care from sneaking up on you.


  • Learn all you can about Alzheimer's disease right away. In addition to doing personal research, getting help from professional Alzheimer's care provider can help. For example, Comfort Keepers caregivers can provide invaluable assistance, training, and guidance. By learning tips, techniques, and strategies early, family caregivers are better prepared for the challenges that lie ahead.


  • Track your loved one's progress. Alzheimer's disease will change your senior loved one. By actively keeping track of your loved one's progress against established milestones, you can keep changes from sneaking up on you.


  • Make accommodations early. From changing the décor in the home to adding locks on some doors and removing others, making changes early on affords all members of the family to make necessary adjustments.


  • Take the time to talk about professional Alzheimer's care, including respite services, hospital to home transitioning, and daily or weekly services early on. Seniors who are familiar with their caregivers and routines are less likely to have adjustment issues later, even when memory loss becomes a significant issue. Additionally, family members who have established working relationships with a senior care agency are more likely to take advantage of the invaluable benefits of respite breaks.


For more information about Alzheimer's care or the many ways Comfort Keepers can help you and your senior loved one work through the many challenges of this insidious disease, contact a senior care coordinator today. 

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