Alzheimer's and Dementia Care
About 44,000 people in Ireland are currently living with some form of dementia - a number that is expected to reach nearly 104,000 by 2037. There are over 50,000 caregivers whose lives are also affected as each day they care for their loved ones who are no longer able to care for themselves.
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Home Instead Senior Care understands the worries Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia's can cause in the lives of older people and their families.
In fact, many of the older people cared for by our Professional CAREGivers have dementia. So we've witnessed the distress and loss that older adults can face. We’ve come to recognise how Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia's can also affect family caregivers as well. These conditions can affect their energy, peace of mind and happiness. If you’re living it now, you know all too well. If your loved one just received the diagnosis, you’re likely anxious about the future – for your loved one and yourself.
You want your loved one to be safe and engaged in life. But given the memory and behavioural changes that sometimes accompany dementia, how can you ensure this happens? And how do you also take good care of yourself while providing excellent care to your family member?
Wherever you are on the care journey, Home Instead Senior Care can help. Our Professional CAREGivers are trained in expert, person-centred Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
. Such expert dementia care can help support your loved one to continue to live with a quality of life. If you’re worried please talk to our local office, we are here to support you.