The Benefits of Live-In Care for Dementia Patients in La Canada Los Angeles

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If you or a family member has been diagnosed with Dementia, many questions can arise such as how will this effect their lifestyle? What kind of options do we have for care? What are the costs? What are the benefits? Is is affordable? Where do I start?

When you consider some of the symptoms of Dementia such as memory loss and mental confusion, it just makes sense to consider home care as the most beneficial option for care.

Why home care?

If it comes down to deciding between moving to a facility or staying in the comfort and familiarity of their home, generally one would prefer to remain in one’s own home. Home is a place where many memories have been created and the location of things such as furniture, restrooms, even the light switches are all familiar to the resident. With dementia activities of daily living become more difficult, which is why being in a familiar environment can ease the transition of lifestyle. Additionally friends and family can easily come to visit and are close by. Home care is affordable, personal, and is made to fit the needs of the patient.

A-1 Home Care Agency has been serving the city of La Canada in Los Angeles and it’s surrounding regions such as Glendale, Pasadena, Altadena, Beverly Hills, Burbank, and even Orange County for over 25 years provide experienced personal care assistants, who are compassionate, personable, and hard-working. You’ll have peace of mind when you received care from A-1 Home Care. Our CNAs, CHHAs, and personal care assistants provide a variety of care from personal care, hygiene management, grooming, getting dressed, meal prep, supervise with medications, laundry, light housecleaning, and running errands.

Call us today for your free quote at 562-929-8400


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