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Alzheimer's Care

Alzheimers disease is the most common form of dementia, a neurologic disease characterized by loss of mental ability severe enough to interfere with normal activities of daily living. Alzheimers usually occurs in old age and is marked by a decline in cognitive functions such as remembering, reasoning and planning. Listed below are several signs of Alzheimers disease.

The key signs of Alzheimers disease are:

  • Memory loss

  • Difficulty performing familiar tasks

  • Problems with language

  • Disorientation to time and place

  • Poor or decreased judgment

  • Problems with abstract thinking

  • Misplacing things

  • Changes in mood or behavior

  • Changes in personality

  • Loss of initiative

How SeniorCare Homes Can Help Seniors with Alzheimers in Johnson County

SeniorCare Homes has staff that is specially trained to assist residents needing Dementia or Alzheimer's Care. Our homes, located in Overland Park, are designed to provide a safe, secure and stable environment that allows memory impaired individuals the chance for accomplishment and joy each and every day. With only 5 residents per home, our Alzheimer's care providers can focus on activities that stimulate the brain and encourage independence and participation in daily living tasks around our homes. Residents wishing to participate in the Memories in the Making program at the Alzheimers Association Heart of America Chapter in Prairie Village can have transportation provided.

Contact us at (913) 210-1655 to learn more about our integrative Alzheimers Care.

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