Compassionate Support for Chicago Seniors with Alzheimer’s or Dementia

Caring for a senior loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia can become challenging. A trained Amada caregiver can help provide compassionate support that improves the quality of life for dementia seniors and their families.

Are you looking for professional in-home care for an Alzheimer’s senior loved one in the City of Chicago? The professional senior care team at Amada City of Chicago is here for you and your beloved elder with up to 24-hour Alzheimer’s and dementia care in Albany Park, Avondale, Bucktown, Edgewater, Gold Coast, Hyde Park, Rogers Park, South Loop, and surrounding areas. Our senior care advisors have years of experience serving the dementia senior population and can help you make the best memory care choice. Please contact us today for Free Care Needs Consultation. 

Help for Family Caregivers of Alzheimer and Dementia Seniors

Having the right resources and support system in the City of Chicago can help you manage the symptoms of family caregiver stress, depression and burnout. While it is an honor and a privilege to care for a cherished elder, family caregivers still need respite care for elderly loved ones with Alzheimer’s to maintain their own physical and mental health. Amada caregivers are trained on specific Alzheimer’s and dementia care methods, from assisting seniors in the early stages of memory loss into the late states of disease progression. 

Expert Guidance for Alzheimer’s Memory Care Communities

Our support services include guidance throughout the decision-making process and creation of an individualized care plan for the elderly Alzheimer’s parent or Alzheimer’s grandparent. Through our network of senior care professionals in Chicago, Lincoln Park, University Village, and surrounding areas, we will identify Alzheimer’s respite care options such as senior day care programs for adults with Alzheimer’s. 

Should your loved one need 24-hour Alzheimer care or begin to require more support than in-home help with basic ADLs, it may be time to consider transitioning to a private memory care home or Alzheimer’s assisted living community or other type of Alzheimer’s residential care home. We are happy to help with the transition to memory care.

In-Home Care Funding Options for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Families

Taking care of a loved one with Alzheimer’s at home can be a serious financial burden. Being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s dementia does not make a senior patient automatically eligible for Medicare assistance. You can rely on the extensive experience of an Amada senior care advisor to provide guidance on financial help for Alzheimer’s care. We help our clients and their families make full use of all benefits available to them, including veterans’ benefits and Long-Term Care insurance benefits.