Alzheimer's Home Care

You don’t have to do this alone. We have reviewed the best caregiving services, so you can get the support you need and the peace of mind to know your loved one is taken care of.

We customize our home care to meet the patient’s needs—large and small.

It’s not easy living with a loved one who has Alzheimer’s, especially when the disease progresses far enough along where anger and anxiety settle in. We work with your family to create a customized plan that is patient-specific to keep them comfortable and safe. At Tristar Home Care, our companions can provide care that is as minimal or comprehensive as you need.

This allows your loved one to age at home in an environment they are familiar with and at home in. This is part of our person-centered approach, where we take the time to understand what both your family and your loved one need to live in harmony. Our home care includes emotional, social, and physical attentiveness.

Encourage social interaction and engagement

Keep your loved one both safe and calm

Minimize behavioral and cognitive symptoms and outbursts

Provide support and updates to the family as necessary

Help in maintaining connections to people, places, things, and memories that matter most to the patient.

What does it take to work with Alzheimer’s patients?

We know how serious this condition is, so we make sure our caregivers are properly trained and prepared to handle Alzheimer’s. At Tristar Home Care, we provide only experienced caregivers who have the training and certifications necessary to handle the symptoms of this progressive disease.

We make sure our caregivers are educated and instructed on how to help both you and your loved one during this tumultuous time. Your caregiver will be able to provide the following:

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Understanding Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Cognitive Change

Dementia is a chronic, worsening change in a person’s overall mental ability. Dementia is not a single disease, but a series of symptoms that affect memory, thinking, behavior and a person’s ability to complete everyday activities. Of the more than 100 different types or causes of dementia, Alzheimer’s is the most common. Symptoms of dementia, or cognitive change, can also be the result of other conditions such as stroke, infections, alcohol overuse, nutritional deficiencies and brain tumors.

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