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Alzheimer's Care at Home™

Providing Alzheimer’s Care at Home™ can be a challenge, but it can be done. ElderCare at Home has helped thousands of families keep their loved one at home, by referring qualified caregivers drawn from our vast network of referred, independent contractors.

As a licensed nurse registry, ElderCare at Home can’t train independent contractors, however we do require that caregivers demonstrate they have received specialized education in caring for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia from the Alzheimer’s Care Resource Center, a non-profit organization, or other organization offering comparable educational programs.  This helps assure that each referred caregiver has the compassion, skills and expertise necessary to provide exceptional private duty care and enhance the quality of life for your loved one.

Alzheimer’s Care at Home – Are you caring for a loved one who?

  • Needs help with activities of daily living?
  • Lives alone or may be at risk?alzheimers-care-at-home-ct
  • Has family members that live far away?
  • Is disabled or in wheelchair?
  • Is recovering from a hospital stay?
  • Forgets to take their medications?
  • Needs a friend or companion?
  • Has Alzheimer’s disease/dementia?
  • Suffers from memory impairment?
  • Has Cardiac Disease?
  • Has Congestive Heart Failure?
  • Has Parkinson’s Disease?
  • Has Diabetes?
  • Has suffered a Stroke?

As a family caregiver, your time may be severely limited. It’s easy for family caregivers to be consumed by the day-to-day tasks and complexities of caring for someone else and feelings of isolation may set in. It’s far easier than you think to lose sight of the fact that help is out there.

ElderCare at Home can Help! Call Us Anytime Toll Free:
1-888-285-0093

Consider the following:

  • Nearly six million individuals in the United States and Canada alone have Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia – a number that is expected to reach nearly 20 million in the next five decades.
  • Nearly a quarter (23.9%) of U.S. households are now involved in caring for an elderly family member or relative, spending an average of 20 hours a week in caregiving related activities.
  • Some 80% of caregivers provide unpaid assistance seven days a week.
  • More than 60% of all family caregivers say they have suffered from depression.
  • Nearly a quarter (23.9%) of U.S. households are now involved in caring for an elderly family member or relative, spending an average of 20 hours a week in caregiving related activities.

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Call us at 1-561-585-0400

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