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 Even if we can’t cure, we can still care.

People who have Alzheimer's disease will require more care as their condition progresses. A dementia caregiver provides ongoing, quality care for a senior suffering from dementia. General responsibilities include discreet assistance with the activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing and incontinence. Dementia caregivers also provide various types of additional in-home support.

They can also help with:

  • Bathing (tub, shower, bed)

  • Personal Care

  • Medication Requirements

  • Transportation

  • Safety

  • Wandering Prevention

  • Assist Ambulation and Exercise

  • Household Services

  • Meal Preparation

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