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Alzheimer’s Care

If you are looking for care options for your loved one with Alzheimer’s, or if you are a family caregiver in need of respite, AccuAid Care is here to help.

Our dedicated caregivers can:

  • Provide social activities and lifestyle support
  • Support with memory impairment and cognitive issues
  • Cooking and meal planning
  • Housekeeping – cleaning and laundry
  • Household management/administration
  • Mobility support
  • Shopping and trips outdoors

Highly Trained Caregivers Who Understand Alzheimer’s Care

Since the severity of the disease usually changes at every stage, we create a custom plan for our clients while taking in account their needs at the current stage. Our professional caregivers can provide care for a few hours a day to a full day or even 24/7 care for our clients suffering from Alzheimer’s/Dementia or Parkinson’s..

AccuAid Care’s caregivers understand the nuances of working with older adults with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Our caregivers can incorporate brain stimulating activities in the daily routine as they can slow down dementia in the early stages. Cognitive stimulation activities may include puzzles, word games, reading, creative activities and much more. Caregivers can also manage client’s doctor’s or social appointments..

Support Tailored for Alzheimer’s Care Clients and Their Loved Ones

Consistency is especially important for individuals with Alzheimer’s who can have negative reactions to unfamiliar faces. We match the client with dedicated caregivers and focus on the long-term relationship.

Peace of mind for the family. With AccuAid Care Services caregiver, family members can have a peace of mind knowing that their loved one is receiving high-quality and compassionate care at home. We provide regular monitoring and routine check-ins. Our Care Managers are available 24/7 for client needs and emergencies.

If you are interested in learning more about how an Alzheimer’s caregiver from AccuAid Care Services can help you and your loved one, call us today at 817-754-0089. One of our Care Managers will answer your questions, evaluate care requirements, and outline care options for your loved one.

While there is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease, we are committed to providing the highest quality Alzheimer’s care for your loved one.