“Our Alzheimer’s and Dementia home care programs offer family caregivers peace of mind and the support they need to spend quality time with their loved ones, from occasional Respite care to 24/7 care.” Elizabeth Britton, HISC Boise owner
Meridian, ID (PRWEB) March 6, 2011
Every 70 seconds, someone will develop Alzheimer’s disease. This year about 26,000 Idaho friends and neighbors will be living with the disease. Alzheimer’s is a disease that impacts the brain. It affects memory, thinking and behavior. The onset is slow, but as time goes on, the disease interferes with daily tasks and causes you loved one to act in ways that may be difficult for friends and family to experience.
Home Instead Senior Care in Boise has expanded their Alzheimer’s and dementia care program to meet the increasing demand for seniors facing these diseases. At Home Instead Senior care, CAREGivers are trained to assist with day to day caring, maintaining safe environments, managing changing behaviors, and the use of various techniques to help provide your loved one the highest quality of life possible.
“Any Treasure Valley family that cares for a senior loved one with Alzheimer’s or Dementia knows the benefit of their loved one staying within familiar surroundings.” said Elizabeth Britton, owner of Home Instead Senior Care in Boise, “Our Alzheimer’s and Dementia home care programs offer family caregivers peace of mind and the support they need to spend quality time with their loved ones, from occasional Respite care to 24/7 care.”
Home Instead Senior Care is an active supporter of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA). In association with AFA, memory screenings to detect early signs of dementia are conducted by appointment at the Treasure Valley location.
About Home Instead Senior Care:
Care You Can Trust. Elizabeth Britton (owner), the office administrators, and CAREGiversSM all share a passion for improving the quality of life for seniors and families in the community. Here in Boise and surrounding areas, Home Instead Senior Care offers a range of non-medical services that can be customized to your needs so you’ll get exactly the help you need. CAREGivers are area residents who are kind, compassionate and truly enjoy working with seniors. They are professionals, extensively trained in elder care, and all are screened, insured and bonded.
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