Alzheimer’s & Dementia Home Helpers Can Relieve Family Caregivers.

Alzheimer’s or other form of dementia is a progressive disease, and patients slowly lose their cognitive abilities overtime.  In fact, aging increases your chance of dementia, and every 68 seconds an American develops Alzheimer’s disease according to the Alzheimer’s Association.

Although every American has the right to determine the way they live, how to handle their finances or health care, if dementia or other diseases are affecting their abilities to make any informed decisions, then another person needs to step in and make those decisions for them. That’s where family caregivers would usually come in, but what about the many people who are in such circumstances, but have other jobs and duties to tend to? We’re not all superman and there is no shame in admitting that one needs help. Caregiving, after all, is a full time job.

A-1 Home Care in Diamond Bar is an experienced home care agency, providing exceptional in home caregivers for that exact need.  Since 1991, legal guardians, families and others have entrusted us with the task of providing compassionate care for their loved ones. They and you too can enjoy quality services in Alzheimer’s Care, Post Stroke Care, Brain Injury Care, Parkinson’s Care,  After Surgery Care, and more!  Moreover, A-1 Home Care has experience all over Los Angeles and Orange County, so we have a vast network of caregivers ready and prepared to help. No matter the patient, whether they are elderly or disabled resident, you can trust in our in home and live in caregivers to be able to attend to them.

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Call 909 861 7700 or 562 929 8400 today to speak with one of our representatives, or visit Diamond Bar In Home Care for more information.

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