Alzheimer’s Care and Dementia Care.


For families challenged by Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia care, a Life Care Manager provides the necessary support, guidance, resources, and appropriate care—all from the comfort of your loved one’s home.

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Do you need help with Alzheimer’s care or dementia care?

  • Having difficulty managing the behaviors?
  • Feeling overwhelmed by the ongoing demand?
  • Want to do the right thing but not sure what that is?

When someone receives a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or dementia, the world changes. Most families don’t know what professional home care services to expect or how to provide the needed dementia care or Alzheimer’s care.

Watching the decline of someone you love can be challenging for the entire family. According to the U.S. Alzheimer’s Association, 35% of family caregivers report their own health getting worse due to care responsibilities for someone with dementia as compared to 19% of family caregivers of elders without dementia. And there are so much more who remain unaware that the gradual increase of stress is affecting them.

Life Care Managers are experts in dementia care and can:

  • Facilitate clear communication with all involved
  • Access community resources
  • Attend to socialization needs
  • Act as the “eyes and ears” for out-of-town families and report any changes in condition
  • Provide counseling, medication oversight, and support while working through resistance

When placement is needed, they help by:

  • Selecting the appropriate community to handle long-term needs
  • Arranging logistical support for the move
  • Supporting all involved throughout the transition

When home care is the desired option, they help by:

  • Devising an appropriate senior care plan
  • Matching with the right caregivers
  • Providing ongoing oversight and monitoring