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Lend A Hand to Alzheimer’s Disease Patients

Lend A Hand to Alzheimer’s Disease Patients

Alzheimer’s disease is a common illness for older adults. Age is the biggest factor for Alzheimer’s disease, the average age of Alzheimer’s patients is 60 to 70 years of age or older. For the elderly who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease, assistance and special attention are very important. Motherly Comfort Home Care LLC can give special attention to your loved ones who are suffering from this kind of illness. Our home care service in Upland, California can guarantee friendly and highly trained caregivers.

How to Help Alzheimer’s Disease Patients

  • Recreational Activities
    Engaging activities like walking,art, and cooking are one of the best activities for patients with Alzheimer’s. It can keep them be mentally, socially and physically engaged.
  • Support Groups and Services
    Participating in support groups and services for patients with this kind of disease can help, not just the patient but as well as their family. The patients’ daily routine is changing because of the illness. Assistance from someone who is an expert in the field is highly needed.
  • Healthy Diet
    A healthy and balanced diet is very crucial to an older adult’s mental health. Choose diets that will boost their memory such as fatty fish, blueberries, turmeric, nuts, and others.

Our home care provider in San Bernardino, California provides healthy and engaging recreational activities to keep their patients in good mental and physical health conditions. We also have support groups to encourage your loved ones’ social activeness.

Our non-medical home care provider is also convenient for our patients and their families. We provide 24-hour care and
our highly trained caregivers can be with your loved ones 7 days a week, including holidays.

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