Confusion, Frustration, and Irritation are the most common symptoms of Alzheimer's and Dementia in the elderly. Other determining symptoms can include memory loss, difficulties with critical thinking, problem-solving or language, severe enough to alter the everyday lifestyle of the individual.
A diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease or any other form of Dementia is life-changing for both diagnosed individuals and those close to them. While there is currently no cure for such a challenging condition, having the care and supervision of a Caregiver has proven to be one of the most effective methods of coping for both the individuals and their family members.
As experts in Dementia / Alzheimer's Care , you can trust the iAID Caregivers to make your loved one's life, and yours, much easier and more enjoyable. If your elderly loved one is suffering from Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia, it can also take a tremendous toll on your own physical and emotional well-being.
As you transition through the progressing stages of Alzheimer’s or other Dementia diagnosis, you may be dealing with a whole range of and anxieties and overwhelming concerns of your loved ones well being and how much your life will change. More often than not, emotions such as anger, grief and sadness will surround you. Alterations to social interaction even language, repetitive conversations, misplaced items and basic concern for their safety will become a major concern. Making adjustments to this new reality is very challenging, yet emotionally difficult. The more support you have, the better you will be able to help your loved one. With the assistance from our iAID Home Care team, you don't have to do it alone. We will take on the responsibility of caring for you or your loved one and stay committed to you every step of the way.
Based on the condition and specific necessities of each individual, we will create a customized Home Care plan that changes as your loved one's needs change. Our iAID Care team has the professional training and extensive experience in providing the highest level of individual care and support, while carefully monitoring everything from medication to daily activities.
Alzheimer's is a progressive disease that affects millions daily, and the number is expected to grow. Don't be alone, join the family of iAID and we will fight the battle together.