When your mother or father is diagnosed with Alzheimer's or dementia, the future can be very uncertain. Despite their illness, your loved one may wish to remain independent for as long as possible. Family members often worry about how they will keep their loved one safe while honoring their wishes to remain at home. Thankfully, help is available. Visiting Angels® Greater New Orleans LA can provide your loved one with Alzheimer's care services at home.
Visiting Angels Greater New Orleans provides non-medical Alzheimer's care to seniors throughout Metairie, Kenner, and the surrounding communities in Greater New Orleans. We are an experienced provider of memory care. Our agency can provide your loved one with assistance for the activities of daily living, while looking out for your loved one and keeping them safe at home. We also ease the burden on family caregivers and provide peace of mind to family members.
Alzheimer's care services from Visiting Angels Greater New Orleans are customized to suit the needs of individuals who are living with the disorder. Throughout the stages of your loved one's illness, our personalized care can match their needs. We can also accommodate other chronic issues your loved one may face such as diabetes, arthritis, illness, injury, and more.
Some Alzheimer's care services which are frequently provided by Visiting Angels Greater New Orleans include:
Your loved one can get started with Alzheimer's care from Visiting Angels Greater New Orleans by scheduling a complimentary consultation with our agency. Our knowledgeable memory care coordinator can come to your loved one's home to answer all your questions and learn about your loved one's needs. Our agency can speak with your loved one's physicians at your request to make sure we have a clear understanding of their needs. We will then build a personalized plan to address your loved one's physical and emotional needs.
If you have a loved one who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, call Visiting Angels Greater New Orleans today and ask about our care.