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Watching Alzheimer's or dementia develop in a loved one is one of the most painful life experiences. Suddenly you're straddled with an impossible decision of what to do. Providing the level of care needed is challenging, and nursing homes have a bad reputation. For these reasons, in South Florida, we offer home health care for Florida seniors.

What is Alzheimer's?

This disease causes rapid cognition failure; patients often forgetthe names and faces of loved ones. Unfortunately, as of now, there is no cure,but preventative measures are at your disposal.

Alzheimer's Statistics

Alzheimer's and dementia are not the same, but Alzheimer's accounts for up to 80% of all dementia cases. An estimated 28% of seniors 65-74 have this condition, while 36% of those aged 75-84 are diagnosed with it.Lastly, of those 85 and up, 36% are afflicted. These figures are current, and cases double every five years.

Effects on the Brain

A fully functioning brain consists of tens of billions of neurons that are tasked with communicating bodily functions. If you want to grab your phone or stand up, the process starts before the action. Before your arm reaches out, your brain processes the action, orders the arm to act, which happens each time we do anything.

However, with Alzheimer's, neurons begin to die off. Alzheimer's triggers a process that breaks down amyloid precursor proteins (found in the brain) when they otherwise wouldn't. As they break down, smaller parts clump together, forming extensive masses.

Researchers are stumped by if the mass kills neurons directly or if the secreted protein does, called tau. It's well known in the medical community that in Alzheimer's patients, these proteins break down to form neurofibrillary tangles, which is the name for the masses that contribute to neuron die-off.

Three Levels of Alzheimer's

There are mild, moderate, and severe cases; A person dealing with Alzheimer's can appear vastly different; believe it or not, this disease can alter personalities significantly. Mood swings are also a commonly occurring symptom that affects many patients.

Despite the severity, diagnosis makes it impossible to live on your own safely. We understand that Alzheimer's has many symptoms as well as varying degrees of complications. Here are just a few ways that Alzheimer's makes the day-to-day life a struggle:

  • Confusion
  • Wandering/lost
  • Memory loss
  • Loss of apetite

How We Help

We offer solutions, plain and simple. Our expert knowledge and abilities allow our clients to remain in the comfort of their homes. Our services are 24/7, so there will always be a guardian close by if you are unable.

We make independence possible. All the tasks that can bog you down, we can take care of them all. By handling the daily operations, your loved one(s) are free to reside in the home instead of being relocated to a foreign environment. Our services include:

  • Assistance with bathing and dressing
  • Ambulation
  • Bill pay 
  • Light housekeeping/laundry
  • Meal prep
  • Medication Supervision
  • Transportation services

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