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Definitions of Alzheimer's and Dementia care

Alzheimer's disease and dementia both tend to effect the elderly. Caring for a loved one suffering from either disease is both demanding and heartrending, as the damage due to memory loss is often irreversible. There is help and assistance available for seniors and their caretakers. The following are some common terms associated with the care of an Alzheimer's or dementia patient.

  • Dementia – Dementia is the loss of mental functions (such as thinking, memory and reasoning), that is severe enough to interfere with a person's daily functioning. Dementia is not a disease, but rather is caused by diseases and conditions. Therefore, depending on the causes of dementia, such as drug use, dementia may be able to be cured. Usually, however, there is no cure.
  • Alzheimer's disease – The most common cause of dementia, where the brain cells degenerate and die, causing a steady loss of mental functioning.
  • Assisted living residences – Places that provide daily living support to ensure health and well being. Many have special areas for patients suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's and are staffed with professionals who can support them.
  • Home care – This is a form of adult day care, where a sitter comes and stays during the day with the patient in the caretaker's home, as most Alzheimer's and dementia patients eventually reach a stage where they should not be left alone.
  • Nursing home – 24 hour medical and daily care. Patients come here when they care incapable of taking care of themselves and their health anymore.
  • Hospice care – End-of life care, usually available when a patient is expected to live less than 6 months. Pain is controlled as much as possible while nurses and other caregivers are available for medical, psychological and spiritual support. Hospice care can occur in the home, nursing center or hospital.
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    Terrace Al & Mc At Champions
    14050 Cutten Rd, Houston, TX 77069
    Conveniently located minutes from state of the art medical care and dining. Our assisted living care features loving, friendly skilled nurses and support staff to meet your every need, from geriatric care to dementia care.
    (281) 866-9898
    Luvida Memory Care
    2400 Piazza Dr, Belton, TX 76513
    Luvida Memory Care specializes in providing Assisted Living in Belton TX to those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.
    (4) Reviews Write a review
    (254) 415-7609
     
    User Review: "Thank you luvida memory care for providing utmost care to my grandmother and bringing smile on her face again." - Jon (TX)
    Oasis Senior Living
    11919 W Airport Blvd, Meadows Place, TX 77477
    Oasis Lifestyles provides a refreshing alternative for Senior Living. We offer the opportunity to enjoy an active quality of life, while providing graduated levels of care.
    (281) 240-1707
    Oakland Manor Nursing Cen
    1400 N Main St, Giddings, TX 78942
    (979) 542-1755
    Heritage Oaks Assisted Living & Memory Care Commun
    903 Longmire Rd, Conroe, TX 77304
    (936) 760-2010
    Elmcroft of Grayson Valley
    450 N Rivershire Dr, Conroe, TX 77304
    (936) 788-2626
    Village Green
    404 S Loop 336 W, Conroe, TX 77304
    (936) 760-2424
    AutumnGrove Cottage at The Woodlands
    5000 Alden Bridge Dr, Spring, TX 77382
    (281) 400-1814
    Autumn Leaves of The Woodlands
    10700 W Montfair Blvd, Spring, TX 77382
    (832) 764-5324
    Silverado Senior Living
    7950 Bay Branch Dr, Spring, TX 77382
    (281) 681-8000
    Forum At The Woodlands A Marriott Senior Living Co
    5055 W Panther Creek Dr, Spring, TX 77381
    (281) 292-2600
    Weston Group The of Edenbrook Woodlands
    1730 Woodstead Ct, Spring, TX 77380
    (281) 292-0422
    Terrace Assisted Living & Memory Care of The Woodl
    1730 Woodstead Ct, Spring, TX 77380
    (281) 681-9900
    Right at Home
    5 Grogans Park Dr Ste 200, Spring, TX 77380
    (832) 585-0511
    Autumngrove Cottage
    8524 Copperbrook Dr., Houston, TX 77095
    (713) 870-1393


    When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, the future can seem uncertain. This illness, the most common form of dementia, ravages the mind and impairs the memory. The symptoms can vary from patient to patient, but many families prefer to keep their elderly loved ones living at home. When dealing with an elderly Alzheimer’s patient, most turn to one of these medical care options. This allows the patient to enjoy the days of respite with their family while still receiving quality treatment. An adult day care is usually chosen by those who are seeking for someone to look after their relative during work hours. A positive aspect of this option is that there will be multiple seniors in the rehab program so there will be opportunity to socialize. Many of these facilities arrange field trips and entertainment for the patients as well. This would not be the best choice for those whose health is greatly impaired, those who do not have many moments of respite from the disease, or those who need a lot of individual help. Another choice is a Geriatric home nurse. An aide can come to your home to assist the patient with daily living. The nurse’s responsibilities will vary depending on the health of the patient, but it can anything be light housekeeping duties and companionship to taking care of bathing and basic needs. Hospice can help you arrange this service with a local agency. Whichever choice you choose, make sure that the people assisting your loved ones have the necessary skills and understand how to help throughout the different stages of the disease.
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