Brentwood Senior Dementia & Alzheimer’s Care

a-1 home careAlzheimer’s Disease is a form of dementia usually associated with age and genetics.  Although not proven by research, it is suggested that Alzheimer’s may occur more often in those who have had a history of head trauma or hypertension.  In the early stages of Alzheimer’s, the affected individual can carry on independently with most daily activities.  With the companionship and assistance of a caregiver, the individual can keep appointments, remember to take medication, and plan social events or manage money.  As the disease progresses, however, more intensive care is required for the well-being of the person.  Signs of heightened irritability, delusions, and hallucinations will show; if the person with Alzheimer’s is living at home with family, this may become difficult to live with.  It is even more dangerous if the person is living alone.

Whether your loved one is in the early or advanced stages of Alzheimer’s, you will find helpful resources with A-1 Home Care.  Our caregivers, certified nurse assistants and home health aides are there to answer your questions and provide companionship, personal care, and transportation right in the comfort of your loved one’s home.  Receiving quality care at home is vital to the mental and emotional health of someone with Alzheimer’s.

For a free assessment, please call (310) 657-8780 or visit our website for more about our services!  A-1 Home Care provides services in Brentwood, Culver City, Topanga Canyon, and neighboring communities. 

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