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The most common long-term care settings for the elderly are Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Board & Care. These settings offer residents an active lifestyle, services include: care with activities of daily living (ADLs), medication management, housekeeping, maintenance, and meals. Transitions are very difficult for the elderly, finding the right long-term care setting is extremely important as you don’t want to have to transition your loved one several times. We will help you find the best care setting for you or your loved one’s needs at no cost to you and assist you with relocating and provide support during the transition.
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Types of Dementia
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disorder that causes brain cells to degenerate and die. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia; a continuous decline in thinking, behavioral, and social skills that disrupts a person’s ability to function independently. Read More...
Lewy Body Dementia
Most experts estimate that Lewy body dementia is the third most common cause of dementia after Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia, accounting for 5 to 10 percent of cases. Read More...
Huntington’s disease is a progressive brain disorder caused by a single defective gene on chromosome 4 — one of the 23 human chromosomes that carry a person’s entire genetic code.
This defect is “dominant,” meaning that anyone who inherits it from a parent with Huntington’s will eventually develop the disease. Read More...
Parkinson’s disease is a fairly common neurological disorder in older adults, estimated to affect nearly 2% of those over age 65. The Parkinson’s Foundation estimates that one million Americans have Parkinson’s disease. Recent studies following people with Parkinson’s over the entire course of their illness estimate that 50% to 80% of those with the disease may experience dementia. Read More...