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Choice Home Care for Compassionate Dementia Treatment

Caregivers for someone with Alzheimer’s disease shoulder a heavy burden, and many families may feel overwhelmed by the responsibility. Making the choice to place your loved one in a care home for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients is a serious decision. It’s important to have all the facts available and consider the needs of your family member their comfort, and your own peace of mind.

Choice Home Care provides professional, compassionate dementia care service in Birmingham, AL, with certified caregivers giving assistance with daily living tasks. Nursing care and supervision are available around the clock, ensuring that your loved one is cared for and safe.

Did You Know These Facts About Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia?

  • Alzheimer’s disease or other types of dementia affect up to 50 percent of people over the age of 85
  • Women have a higher risk of dementia than men
  • About one in three seniors die with AD or another form of dementia

Choice Home Care Offers Relief for Caregivers and Dementia Patients

Comfort and a familiar routine can mitigate the severity of dementia symptoms. Skilled caregivers familiar with dementia symptoms can give your loved one care and treatment in a secure environment. Many seniors in the early and middle stages of dementia can thrive in a memory care home, with the care that includes:

  • Medication management and doctor’s orders compliance
  • Nutritious meals and snacks served in a communal environment
  • Assistance with daily living tasks such as bathing, getting dressed, and grooming
  • Transportation to physicians and other appointments
  • Companionship and state services
  • Specific care for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia

Many seniors with early stages of dementia can benefit from a social environment where they feel secure and a routine that is predictable.

How Can Choice Home Care Help Me and My Loved One?

Choice Home Care is a locally owned and operated caregiver service that provides a safe residential treatment home for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients. People with cognitive decline require specialized care over time, and each person’s situation is unique. With consistent, caring staff members, your loved one can enjoy a life with meaning and dignity.

Familiar Space

Your loved one can move around in a secure, safe environment with familiar faces and predictable routine, including safe time spent outdoors.

Minimize Stress from Cognitive Decline

As dementia progresses, it can be very stressful for the individual. Many seniors in the early stages of Alzheimer’s notice that they aren’t able to recall certain things; their frustration with some of the limitations of the disease is difficult for caregivers to navigate. Compassionate care and gentle redirection can help alleviate some of the stress.

Predictable Routines

Having the same faces at the same time each day helps seniors with cognitive decline. A consistent frame of reference in their Choice Home Care facility gives aging elders an approachable routine, lessening the frustrations that accompany Alzheimer’s disease.

Cognitive Change – What You Need to Know

Memory conditions such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are chronic, progressive conditions involving a series of os symptoms that create a worsening change in a person’s mental abilities. There are many different forms of dementia, with Alzheimer’s Disease being the most common. Memory conditions affect thinking, behavior and a person’s ability to complete everyday activities.

Risk Factors For Dementia

Although poor health is a risk factor for developing dementia, it’s not a clear predictor for the disease. Other risk factors include:

  • Stroke
  • Infections
  • Chronic alcohol abuse
  • Nutritional deficiencies
  • Brain tumors
  • Obesity
  • Family history of dementia

Choice Home Care – Dementia Caregivers in Birmingham, AL

The compassionate healthcare providers at Choice Home Health can help your loved one gently transition into assisted living with dignity. We offer detailed, personalized treatment plans for each resident, working with their general physicians and any specialist providers. We believe that all individuals have the right to care and the highest quality of life that their symptoms allow.

Why Choose Choice Home Care

Our clients tell us they are thankful for the difference Choice Home Care makes in their life and their loved one’s lives.

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Dependable

We provide prompt, reliable professional caregivers to meet the individual needs of your loved one.
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Responsive

At Choice we pride ourselves in listening first then quickly responding to your needs.
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Experienced

Choice caregivers are trained by an in-house nurse manager. In addition, we meet or exceed the training standards set forth by the State of Alabama and The Office of Senior Citizens.

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Bonded & Insured

As an added protection for our clients, all of our employees are fully covered for liability while on the job.
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24-Hour Availability

Someone is on call 24 hours. Speak to a live person and get immediate results–not an answering machine!
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Drug Screening

Drug screens are performed initially, and also throughout the year. In addition to background checks, we check for any abuse history, fraud, and sex offense.
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Background Checks

As a condition of employment, caregivers consent to a criminal background check. They must maintain an offense-free record to be employed by Choice.
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Alzheimer's Specialists

Choice caregivers are all certified by the Alzheimer’s Association (Cares Program). In addition, they are experienced in dealing with dementia patients. Applied knowledge equals experience, and our goal is to bring peace of mind to family members who are impacted by this disease.

Providing Excellent Healthcare is Our Mission

Contact Us to Learn More About How We Can Help

Areas We Serve:

  • Birmingham
  • Hoover
  • Vestavia
  • Mountain Brook

Main Office:

3928 Montclair Road, Suite 202 Birmingham, Alabama 35213
(205) 445-0705

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