Sometimes life throws us a curve ball from time to time. Sometimes we have to swing and hit. Sometimes we have to swing and miss. Alzheimer’s and dementia are two of curve balls, we can swing, but very rarely affected. Some days are better than others, but those days are fading with time. Age who suffer from this disease requires daily attention.
Those who know their loved one suffer from this food, not every day is a bad day and not every day is a good day. Seniors and their caregivers who are familiar with the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s lives are not changed overnight. Over the years, life is so full and so promising as ever, but slowly, over time abilities began to decline. The things in life that once came so easily to be a major hurdle, the frustration, depression and even aggression. As Alzheimer’s advances, it is necessary to have someone who can provide thoughtful attention. During this time, home care provides a useful solution.
Alzheimer’s, unfortunately, not a disease of older men to be saved. More and more cases appear every year by people in their fifties and early sixties developed the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. For families, life is running smoothly. Sometimes difficult to manage things themselves. Care, in this case is not a full-time requirements. Most families manage the condition, but could use a helping hand from time to time. Continue reading