"Thank you for your comforting words of sympathy and, more than that, thank you for providing the right companions so that my mom could live in her own home, instead of being placed in a nursing home. My mom received good care."
Alzheimer's is a progressive, degenerative disease that attacks the brain and results in impaired memory, thinking and behavior. Of the more than five million Americans who suffer from Alzheimer's, 70% live at home and are typically cared for by loved ones. Being the primary caregiver for a relative with dementia leaves little or no time for oneself. Home Companion Services is here to help. Our professionals receive training by the Alzheimer's Association on techniques and strategies to manage the activities of daily living. Caregivers get a much-needed respite from the stresses of ministering to a loved one with the disease.