Round-the-Clock Alzheimer & Dementia Care
Watching a beloved elderly parent or grandparent suffer with Alzheimer’s disease or Dementia is difficult. Fortunately, you can hire a Caregiver, Nurse Aide, Senior Companion, Home Health Aide or Personal Care Assistant from A-1 Domestic Professional Services. Since 1991, our employment agency has provided personalized home care services on an Hourly Care or 24-Hour Basis. We are approved by Long Term Care Insurance Companies including GenWorth, CALPERS, MetLife, Penn Treaty, Veteran Administration, John Hancock, Bankers’ Life & Casualty and many others.
Having a professional and experienced caregiver provides peace of mind for your entire family. All Care Providers are knowledgeable about Dementia, Memory Care and Alzheimer’s Disease.
Our Caregivers know how to be a soothing and helpful presence for your loved one, keeping them safe and happy in their own home.
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In Home Alzheimer Caregivers in Los Angeles
The assistance of a Certified Nurse Assistant, Certified Home Health Aide, Caregiver or Personal Care Assistant can help family members discover the best way to respond to their loved one when they refuse to take medication, eat, bathe or exercise. Professional and Experienced Care Providers referred by A-1 Domestic Professional Services can help your family through difficult transitions.
Our professional support also assists elders or seniors who are experiencing appetite loss, behavior problems, loss of memory, depression, fatigue, sleep changes, Sundown Syndrome, night terrors and vision changes. Though we can never replace the level of care from a family caregiver, the ceaseless dedication and abundant experience found in all of our Alzheimer Caregivers will ensure the highest levels of safety and assistance for your loved one for as long as they are receiving caregiving service from A-1 Domestic Professional Services.
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Is it Dementia or Alzheimer’s?
As we age, some memory loss and confusion now and again is normal. We all have days where we lose the car keys or forget an appointment. What we need to know are the symptoms of something more serious than forgetfulness caused by everyday stress. If you suspect your loved one may be developing Alzheimer’s Disease or Dementia, it’s best to speak with an expert physician.
Neither illness occurs overnight and there’s a difference between Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease. The following are some signs of dementia as opposed to Alzheimer’s:Dementia
- Short term memory loss
- Confusion and difficulty concentrating
- Slight changes in personality and behavior
- Inability to think problems through, needs step-by-step instructions
- Forgetting where something is or when an event took place
- Forgetting names of people or things
- Difficulty completing familiar tasks
- Severe changes in personality, hygiene, mood and behavior
- Problems with abstract thinking, difficulty understanding time and place
- Forgetting the item exists or that the event ever happened
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