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Alzheimer’s Care

During those times when you need help the most - In-Home Alzheimer's Care assistance from Hearthside Home Care

Hearthside provides aides and companions to assist your loved one with the support, companionship, personal care, and assistance with your loved one’s activities of daily living.

Alzheimer’s Care – Hearthside Companion
Nearly six million individuals in the United States and Canada alone have Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia – a number that is expected to reach nearly 20 million in the next five decades. These are not just statistics; they represent millions of families with loved ones who require special care.

You are not alone. Since 1999, families like yours have trusted Hearthside Home Care to provide care for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

Our staff will follow service plans and schedules that have been created by you and our nurse, and they will include such activities as:


  • Keeping a safe environment
  • Observing and reporting changing behaviors
  • Preparing and serving nutritious meals, and even feeding if needed
  • Carrying out activities meaningful and specific to the person
  • Helping with the activities of daily living such as bathing and grooming

Our approach of encouragement and assistance helps family members cope with the challenges of dementia. We know that care-giving for a person with Alzheimer’s or a related dementia is best provided in familiar surroundings. We are here for you for the shorter term during a transitional period, or for a longer term.

Contact us today to discuss your needs and to arrange a free evaluation with one of our nurses

Click here to learn more about the 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer's | A FREE Hearthside Home Care Resource

An Alzheimer’s Disease Bill of Rights*

Every person diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or a related disorder deserves: To be informed of one’s diagnosis. To have appropriate, ongoing medical care. To be productive in work and play as long as possible To be treated like an adult, not a child. To have expressed feelings taken seriously. To be free from psychotropic medications if at all possible. To live in a safe, structured and predictable environment. To enjoy meaningful activities to fill each day. To be out-of-doors on a regular basis. To have physical contact including hugging, caressing, and hand-holding. To be with persons who know one’s life story, including cultural and religious traditions. To be cared for by individuals well-trained in dementia care * Source: Virginia Bell and David Troxel, The Best Friends Approach to Alzheimer’s Care. Health Professions Press, 1997.

For more information from the Alzheimer’s Association, here are two websites that can be of assistance: or

To discover what a difference additional support can be in assisting you, contact Hearthside Home Care today.


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