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Alzheimer's Disease

Dementia affects the whole family.

Although Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia and is well known for the memory loss it causes, even the mild/early stage of the disease can also bring coordination problems. As the disease progresses, cognition as well as mobility and coordination are increasingly affected, impairing your loved ones’ ability to complete daily tasks.
Our therapists are clinical trained to assess your loved one’s ability to perform necessary activities and identify ways to make those activities easier for the person or for the care partner to assist through activity and/or environmental modifications.
We’ll give you the benefit of our experience working with others in similar situations.
We can assist the family in keeping the loved one living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia safe at home for as long as possible. We understand the care partner’s responsibilities and can make recommendations to support them too.
Caring for Alzheimer's patient
Regardless of where you are in the process of making home and lifestyle changes to accommodate your loved one and their care partner/s our team will bring real insights and practical ideas to the plan.