Alzheimer Care

Alzheimer's Home Care for the Elderly

The chair in the den that you love to sit in while reading the morning paper, the lush backyard with the vibrant garden you’ve carefully planted, a warm and inviting kitchen for the morning coffee, friends and family stopping by for dinner or the holidays are all comforts we call home.

 

Choose Angel Care in-home health care and keep the things you love close by.

 

Personalized care, emotional support, and resources to help make life with Alzheimer’s disease as peaceful as possible—for everyone involved.

Tips and support

We help you maintain your quality of life while you're struggling with this progressive disease.

  • Nutritional Support

    These tips for healthy eating are from the National Institute of aging and can be found on their website www.nia.nih.gov/health/publication/healthy-eating-after-50 Eat many different colors and types of vegetables andfruits. Make sure at least half of…

  • Caregivers

    If you are a senior or a loved one family member and need non medical care, in home care and / or assistance for daily tasks call us at 1-844-264-3522 and we will have an ANGEL…

  • Quality of Life

    Angel Care refers a wide range of high-quality services to help the elderly, those who are recuperating from trauma or injury to their bodies, or those in need of permanent assistance due to…

  • Nightshifts

    Alzheimer’s disease (AD) affects the entire family. Studies show the majority of care for frail elderly relatives falls predominantly to the women in the family and the additional stress of caring for…

  • 1. A crucial component of a person’s physical, mental and emotional health is their diet and nutrition.
  • 2. In-Home Health care workers provide relief for clients and their families.
  • 3. Maintain and sustain a high quality of life in the comfort of your own home.
  • 4. Day and night shifts available for advanced Alzheimer’s patients.
We understand how difficult it is to care for someone with a progressive illness that causes memory loss, like Alzheimer’s disease. It’s impossible to know at what rate any given patient will experience cognitive decline. For family members, it can be overwhelming, painful, frustrating, exhausting and daunting to not know what’s coming next. For patients, anxiety confusion and anger are common.

 

With Alzheimer’s disease or related disorders affecting more than 13% of adults over 65 and almost 50% of adults over 85, it’s important to choose an elder care service that is equipped to care for patients with various stages of dementia. Angel Care provides personalized care, emotional support, and resources to help make life with Alzheimer’s disease as peaceful as possible—for everyone involved.

 

Since many Alzheimer’s patients want to stay in their own homes, Angel Care’s high-quality in-home health care services are a good fit for many families. Angel Care has the experience and compassion to help our patients transition through the stages of dementia with dignity and support. Our staff is also able to help coach family members through the difficulties of watching a loved one live with dementia.

 

Have more questions about our services tailored for patients with Alzheimer’s disease? Call our 24/7 helpline at +1 877-871-0011 to discuss your loved one’s health care needs.

  • Call Angel Care Nurse Registry
  • Don't take on too much yourself
  • Nutritious food, exercise and mental activity has positive effects
  • Don't argue with Alzheimer's patients
  • Be patient, give them time to respond without finishing their sentences