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Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

Nearly four million individuals in the United States  alone have Alzheimer's disease and related dementia. These are not just statistics; they represent millions of families with loved ones who require special senior care, both at home and in assisted living facilities. You are not alone. Since 1996, families like yours have trusted First Time Home Care to provide one-on-one Alzheimer's care and dementia care for individuals with Alzheimer's disease and related dementia.
  • Maintain a safe environment
  • Manage changing behaviors
  • Provide nutritious meals
  • Provide mind-stimulating activities
  • Create social interaction
  • Supervise daily activities

Caregivers can also provide assistance with enhancing and restoring the simple pleasures of life, such as a walk in the park, a ride in the car or spending time in the garden. These elder care activities are proven to maximize abilities and independence

What they cost

  Costs range from $12 to $25 per hour for intermittent help; $120 to $180 per day for live-in care.

 Alzheimer's Disease Signs and Symptoms

Alzheimer's and Dementia  signs and symptoms

Alzheimer's Disease Signs and Symptoms

It's important to recognize the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease.

People with Alzheimer's disease may:

  • Not remember details about themselves or family members
  • Not recognize you or other family members
  • Not be able to identify what they like to eat or cook
  • Not be able to recognize and use a spoon or cup appropriately
  • Have difficulty identifying what month or day of the week it is
  • Have difficulty recalling in which city or state they live
  • Not be able to recall important details such as their address or telephone number
  • Have trouble distinguishing shapes and colors
  • Have a hard time understanding basic directions like "follow me" or "please sit here"
  • Argue more often
  • Believe things are real when they are not
  • Wander, often at night
  • Have difficulty managing money
  • Show compulsive or repetitive behavior
  • Lose interest in conversation
  • Have a hard time dressing for the weather or occasion
  • Forget to shave or shower
  • Have trouble with tasks such as washing dishes or setting the table
  • Need help with toileting
  • Not be able to draw a circle or square
  • Not be able to speak or write their name
  • Have problems dressing themselves
  • Have problems with speech or may not speak at all
  • Forget appointments
  • Have difficulty cooking or following recipes

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