Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiving in Orlando
Taking care of a loved one with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia can take its toll on family members. A trained Amada caregiver can help provide family support for senior patients.
Are you looking for professional in-home care for an elderly loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia in the Orlando, Florida area? The professional senior care team at Amada Orlando is here to help you find up to 24-hour Alzheimer’s care in Altamonte Springs, Orlando, Winter Garden, and surrounding areas. We can help you make the best memory care choice. Please contact us today for a Free Care Needs Consultation.
Help for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Families
When the responsibility of caring for a family member with Alzheimer’s or dementia falls on your shoulders, having the right resources and support system in the Greater Orlando, Florida, area can help you manage the symptoms of 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 or other type of dementia to maintain their own physical and mental health. Amada caregivers are trained on how to help with Alzheimer’s care, from assisting seniors in the early stages of memory loss into the late states of disease progression.
Senior Housing Options for Elderly Loved Ones Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or Dementia
Our support services for families of Alzheimer’s elders include guidance for families throughout the decision-making process. Amada Orlando care team members also create a care plan for the elderly parent or other loved one as the senior patient progresses through the various stages of Alzheimer’s. Through our network of senior care professionals in the Greater Orlando area, we can identify Alzheimer’s respite care options such as senior day care programs for a family’s cherished elder with Alzheimer’s.
Should the senior client needing 24-hour Alzheimer/dementia care 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 Alzheimer’s residential care homes.
Financial Assistance for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Families
Taking care of a senior loved one diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s at home can be a serious financial burden. This is because being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia does not make a senior patient automatically eligible for Medicare assistance. The costs of private home care for a senior needing memory care may seem intimidating to many families. You can rely on the extensive experience of an Amada Orlando senior care advisor to provide guidance on financial options available to for families whose aging loved one has Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. Call Amada Orlando today at 407-378-6998.