Did you know there is a higher dose flu vaccine option specifically for adults 65+? Click here to learn more!
Everything was Perfect!
Eric and Miriam Goldsteingqqq
Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease can be especially stressful without a proper understanding of the disease and its effects. Wellness Home Care in the Hudson Valley area walks hand in hand with families through the progression of their loved one’s disease, offering quality in-home care while teaching communication tips and how to handle troubling behaviors, providing mind-stimulating activities and educating on the effects of one’s environment.
Contact Wellness Home Care to learn if your clients or loved ones could be a good fit for our specialized in-home Alzheimer’s and dementia care.
Downloadable Tools and Tips:
Click the links to view or right click to print or save to your computer.
Click the links below to access resource websites to find out more about care for Alzheimer’s disease.
Alzheimer’s Disease Research
As a program of the American Health Assistance Foundation, this site provides useful information about Alzheimer’s disease, symptoms and risk factors, treatment options and how to live with or care for someone with the disease.
HBO: The Alzheimer’s Project
The official Web site for the HBO documentary film series “The Alzheimer’s Project” allows visitors to stream the films to their computers; also provides information about the disease and other helpful resources.
Alzheimer’s Disease: Signs, Symptoms and Stages
Helpguide.org details the signs, symptoms, characteristics and common problems associated with each stage of Alzheimer’s disease.
Know the 10 Signs
The Alzheimer’s Association offers 10 warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease, along with helpful information about the importance of early detection and next steps.
Alzheimer’s Home Care
An assortment of helpful articles and resources help answer some frequently asked questions about caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease at home, provided by Caring.com.
A resource for caregivers dealing with Alzheimer’s and related diseases.