How Home Care Assistance Of Austin Can Help

Independence is one of the first casualties in the battle against Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Home Care Assistance provides in-home care that is administered by the most compassionate, highly trained professionals in the senior care industry. Our twenty-four hour monitoring allows those struggling with the disease all the comforts of their very own home.

We maximize the physical, emotional, and mental health of our patients through twenty four hour monitoring and support. Even those with advanced cases are allowed to enjoy life through constant care and encouragement. Families can rest assured knowing that Home Care Assistance is on the job.

  • Combat depression through companionship
  • Maintain proper nutrition through prepared meals
  • Ensure safety through friendly observation
  • Social interaction helps keep the mind sharp
  • Exercise improves physical and emotional health and blood flow

Click here to download our exclusive Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Patient Guide

Prolonging The Quality Of Life

Home Care Assistance provides individually focused quality care. Each of our expertly trained Caregivers understands the dimensions of their client’s Dementia and is able to support their needs.

Support Along The Way

Our Caregivers can assist those suffering from Alzheimer’s with everyday tasks that may have become complicated or confused due to the disease. Home Care Assistance is there to provide for our patients physically, mentally, and emotionally. As the ability to perform even simple tasks like brushing teeth or going to the bathroom declines, our Caregivers can offer the assistance needed to keep your loved ones comfortable.

Through the many stages of the disease it is important to maintain proper hygiene and activity. We ensure that the client stays involved in life by helping them exercise, walk, and maintain social interaction through games and activities. It is important to fend of obesity and maintain muscular activity and oxygen flow.

Our Caregivers also assist in preparing meals and encouraging quality nutrition. A diet consistent with physician recommendations including vegetables and fruits, fiber, and omega-3 can be beneficial to those individuals suffering from Alzheimer’s or Cognitive Impairment.

Our Caregivers focus not only on physical health but are also there to provide mental and social stimulation, thus helping to keep the mind sharp and active. This can go a long way in reducing depression and prevent some behavioral/emotional issues. This level of care allows family members a sense of comfort knowing that their loved one is being properly watched over.