Specialized Care by Amada Auburn and Montogomery

Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care at Home

Research by the Alzheimer’s Association shows that in 2022 an estimated 6.5 million Americans were living with Alzheimer’s. A progressive disease that destroys memory and other key mental functions, Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia impact both the senior and the family, which is where we come in. The compassionate caregivers at Amada Senior Care Auburn and Montgomery are highly skilled and trained in maintaining all activities of daily living (ADLs), and special pursuits and activities far and above the ordinary, bringing to our senior clients a sense of joy and accomplishment throughout. 

At-Home Assistance for Adults, Not Just Seniors 

There are many members of the community who are not seniors, but adults who may be managing symptoms of a chronic condition or disease state or need assistance at home following a surgery or other medical procedure. Amada caregivers have the training, skill and dedication to assist adults who are recovering at home from an injury or procedure or living with muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, ALS, hearing or vision impairment, or other condition. Amada Auburn and Montgomery is here to help promote the best quality of life, whatever the challenge. 

When senior loved ones are having to manage health challenges, our trained caregivers at Amada Auburn and Montgomery can address their needs.

Families can rest assured that Amada caregivers have the training and education necessary to give specialized care to meet the needs of seniors who are dealing with health challenges. Is your senior loved one recovering from a stroke? Does your spouse or family member suffer from Alzheimer’s or dementia? Is your family trying to help an aging loved one manage symptoms of congestive heart failure, diabetes, Parkinson’s or another chronic condition? Click on the links below to learn more about how Amada caregivers can help manage the symptoms of various disease states.