Looking for Alzheimer’s Atlanta based care? These resources from Atlanta Home Care partners can help you learn more about the disease and how they can help!

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Throughout these past months since COVID-19 became a household term, older adults, who are most vulnerable to severe complications from the virus, have had to discover a new, more isolated normal. And while we know there are health risks associated… Read More
Friendly old senior wears a mask to protect against viruses and bacteria
Loneliness. Isolation. Confusion. These feelings have become commonplace for many of us during the COVID-19 pandemic, but when you add in the element of dementia, the challenges and frustrations are elevated to a whole new level.… Read More
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Of the numerous effects of Alzheimer’s disease, perhaps one of the most alarming is the individual’s propensity for wandering as well as the potential dangers which can arise in the event that the senior becomes confused or lost. Wandering may… Read More
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The Alzheimer’s Association has issued its 2019 Facts and Figures Report, and with a full 5.8 million Americans presently diagnosed with the disease – and one out of every ten older individuals – it is important for all of us… Read More
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Remarkable research is honing in ever nearer to the eradication of Alzheimer’s disease, this time through two medications already developed and approved by the FDA. This enables accelerated clinical trials and we hope fast-tracking us closer to a treatment.… Read More
Looking back on their love-filled years together
Receiving a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease is life-altering – for the person being diagnosed, of course, but just as much for his or her loved ones. It’s important for family caregivers to allow themselves ample time to process the changes… Read More
A happy grandmother with her family on Christmas Eve
From the second the door swings open and your elderly family member wraps you in a warm embrace, through the festive holiday meal and each timeless family tradition, opportunities abound for not only quality time together, but additionally to evaluate… Read More
Happy senior woman painting an image at home
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and when it comes to understanding the thoughts and emotions of someone with dementia, no truer words have been spoken. Artistic expression is important for each and every one of us,… Read More
Sad elephant sitting on a bench on the glade
The old adage is true: elephants really do have extraordinary memory functioning, even into their later years. For example, they can recall and return to very specific locations decades after visiting them, regardless of age. So what can we glean… Read More
Grown daughter talking to parents at home
Our natural instinct when suspecting the early stages of potential cognitive decline in ourselves or a senior loved one is to look the other way, denying the problem. However, the Alzheimer’s Association advises that it’s crucial to face the issue… Read More