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Benefitting Those with Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia

Paid In-Home care: Benefitting Those with Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia (PDF 669 KB)

Recent academic research commissioned by Home Instead shows that paid in-home non-medical care can be an integral part of the care continuum for seniors with Alzheimer's or other dementias who are being cared for by medical professionals.

Last revised: August 25, 2011

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  1. September 20, 2014 at 12:29 pm | Posted by margo buccini

    The sadness that comes from watching a bright and wonderful loved one turn into an incomprehensible angry and hostile being cannot be is hard to wrap yourself around these changes and there is little if any support to comprehend these changes


  2. October 31, 2013 at 8:41 pm | Posted by diana daniel

    this is a great place and thank you for all the stuff you sent me. I have had my mother with me for 14 years and she is having a very had time remembering anything but I am very blessed and I have two grandchildren that I am raising also one with ADHD and that has chalanges of its own I am 61 and my husband is 70 he just had his knee replaced and then fell on the walker and broke he bone in the top of his leg had not been able to but wait on he leg for 5 months and I need a place to vent thanks


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