An Alzheimer’s or dementia diagnosis can be devastating …. and put a lot of stress on a family.
For the Alzheimer’s and dementia patient, s/he often can feel their capabilities diminishing and their cognition slip away. For the families, their hearts break as they see the loved one they knew slowly recede.
Situations arise among patients that are alarming for family members who feel helpless in the face of these new realities. Furthermore, having to make decisions about that loved one’s ongoing care can catapult the family into uncharted territory.
Brain injuries can be equally as overwhelming.
Did you know 1.5 million Americans sustain traumatic brain injuries every year? In addition, 5.3 million Americans live with permanent disabilities because of them.
While at first it may seem manageable, unsafe situations can occur. You may need outside help. We can provide a caring, compassionate home health aide to make sure your loved one is safe and comfortable in familiar surroundings.
This month’s Newsletter Blog Digest offers a sampling of some of the latest information on related to Alzheimer’s Disease and Brain Awareness Month for the Alzheimer’s and dementia patient. You can find lots of information on this and other topics on our website here. Links to further research are usually included. I hope you find them informative. Please do not hesitate to call me with any questions you may have.
Always here to help,
Director of Patient Services
David York Agency Home Healthcare Can Help Seniors
At David York Agency, we understand the many challenges and risks faced by the aging and elderly and are dedicated to providing care to support them through all of those ups and down. At David York Home Healthcare Agency, extraordinary service is what sets us apart from other companies that provide in home healthcare services.
DYA we could provide direction as to how to manage the total care of your senior loved one. Whatever your care needs, we are there for you, always striving to exceed your expectations. For more information about David York Agency’s qualified, compassionate caregivers, contact us at (718) 376-7755. A free phone consultation can help you determine what services would meet your needs. We aim to provide you and your loved one with the assistance they need. If you’d like to hear more from us, please like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter or LinkedIn.
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