Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive mental deterioration that can occur in middle or old age, due to generalized degeneration of the brain. It is the most common cause of premature senility and while a cure has yet to be found, there is care that exists to make the challenges a little easier. At M3HHOMECARE we believe that with the right care and approach we can help your loved one maintain a high quality of life even in the face of memory loss.

When choosing between in-home care and a nursing home facility, the right choice is the one that lets you do the activities you enjoy and be with the people you love. In-Home care is an affordable option that preserves your independence and enables you to stay connected to what matters most.

Staying in the familiar surroundings of home can keep seniors with Alzheimer’s or dementia feeling safe, loved, and cared for.  This relationship-centered approach enables us to provide care that is tailored to their individual needs which foster:

  • Creative social interaction
  • Mind-stimulating activities
  • Minimal changes in behavioral & cognitive symptoms
  • Who the senior was earlier in life
  • Family support

When should you call us?

When an individual has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia, memory impairment and disorientation is the most concerning aspect of the disease.  Once they pose a risk to themselves and others, consider obtaining the services of a qualified professional caregiver since they can oftentimes lose track of what they are doing. They will need in-home care and supervision to ensure their safety and your peace of mind.

Our team of highly experienced caregivers means you can trust Mothers Helping Hands Home Care to make your loved one’s life and yours much easier and more enjoyable!

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Our Services

Mothers Helping Hands Home Care offers a variety of services, from personal care to skilled nursing.

Have Questions?

Have questions? Call us today at 470-260-4137 or visit our most frequently asked questions page.