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Someone once said in jest, “One good thing about Alzheimer’s is you get to meet new people every day.” While we appreciate the optimistic approach, we are well aware that caring for Alzheimer’s patients can be tremendously challenging for caregivers and family members. A person’s entire world can turn upside down and the situation is bound to get worse with time. We understand this and are no less than family to you. To address the many needs of Alzheimer’s patients, we have introduced our latest offering in Alzheimer’s care.
If your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, it will be really difficult for you to cope with the situation. With time, it gets more and more complicated to care for Alzheimer’s patients. The symptoms could start with memory loss and progress to severe cases of dementia and confusion. Patients tend to withdraw and isolate themselves. They might find it difficult to retrace their steps home and end up getting lost. In worst-case scenarios, patients might find themselves in life-threatening situations. You certainly don’t want to leave your loved one unattended, given that he or she is already suffering from Alzheimer’s. The only way to ensure their safety and wellbeing is to keep them in constant care and supervision.