"What a wonderful job you did taking care of our Mom! …was a saint and a much loved companion for her.
Thank you for enabling her to live independently this past year – it made a world of difference to her..."
The American Society on Aging has recognized Home Instead, Inc. as the Small Business of the Year for it's exclusive CAREGiver training program designed by The George G. Glenner Alzheimer's Family Center, Inc.- world renowned dementia and Alzheimer's experts.
This proprietary program and other professionally developed Alzheimer's care trainings are offered throughout the year to help develop our CAREGiver’s skills. The programs provide our CAREGivers with extensive multi-phased training in Alzheimer's education and dementia care techniques, so you can be assured your loved one is with a trusted, capable professional.
It’s hard to imagine the stress a family experiences as a loved one succumbs to memory loss. The resulting emotional and physical demands on family caregivers can be overwhelming. Home Instead Senior Care can help by providing exclusively trained, compassionate CAREGivers.
CAREGivers can also provide assistance with enhancing and restoring the simple pleasures of life, such as a walk in the park, a ride in the car to get ice cream or spending time in the garden. These types of elder care activities are proven to maximize abilities and independence. They remain one of the best treatments for this disease.
The best place for a person with memory loss is in familiar surroundings. The services provided by our Home Instead Senior Care office are a valuable, trusted solution to help your loved one maintain a regular routine, thus enhancing his or her quality of life. Our approach of encouragement and assistance has helped hundreds of families, and can help yours too, cope with the challenges of dementia.
For more information and resources, visit the National Alzheimer's Association at www.alz.org or log onto the Alzheimer's Foundation web site at http://www.alzfdn.org/. Your local Alzheimer’s Association website is www.alz.org/MANH