There may come a time when the person you are caring for with Alzheimer’s disease will need more care than can be provided for at home. As the disease progresses, you will find that your caregiving duties will become more and more unmanageable and the stress on you will also increase.
The individual may need to move into a senior care community that can provide more specialized care than you on your own can give, such as independent senior living, assisted living, nursing care, or Alzheimer’s and dementia care communities.
A Place for Mom is the leading provider of professional senior assistance services in the country. A free service to families, A Place for Mom has helped over 550,000 families across the country find quality senior housing communities for over 10 years.
The Alzheimer’s Research Association encourages you to take advantage of the highly trained local Senior Care Advisors A Place for Mom offers free of charge. Just enter your contact information and a Senior Care Specialist in your area will help you find the type of care that meets your needs.
There is a great deal of information you need to consider when making a decision about a senior living community, and having the advice of an expert is a huge advantage. The time saved and the peace of mind acquired from speaking to one of the Senior Care Advisors is invaluable.
Best of all, when you use these services provided by both organizations, there is no cost or obligation.