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Atlanta Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care

Home Health Care Support for Memory Loss Conditions

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Providing care to seniors can be a mentally, physically, and emotionally taxing job. But it can be even more exhausting when your loved one has a memory loss disorder that makes them behave differently. This realization can be heartbreaking, but Griswold Home Care for Atlanta offers Alzheimer’s and dementia care services that help your entire family navigate this life-changing event.

Our Atlanta caregivers are rigorously trained and updated on useful techniques to help your loved one get the assistance they need to live a full life. Even though your aging family member is battling a degenerative disorder, there’s no reason they can’t live comfortably at home and retain a good quality of life.

Give us a call at (404) 567-5208 or contact us online to learn more about our elder care services in Atlanta today!

We deliver Alzheimer’s and dementia support that helps:

  • Fortify health, happiness, and safety
  • Empowers clients to remain independent based on certain capabilities
  • Create a safe home environment
  • Mitigate exhaustion, confusion, and irritability
  • Navigate social situations inside and outside of the home

Whether your loved one is in the early stages of this disease or has been living with it for a while, we have customizable plans to suit their needs.

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Dial (404) 567-5208 or contact us online to get your questions answered about our in home care services today!

What Are the Effects of Alzheimer’s & Dementia on Seniors?

Alzheimer’s is a degenerative disorder marked by symptoms of dementia. Memory loss isn’t the only common sign that your family member is living with this devastating condition. When you see your loved one experiencing signs of the disease, you may notice the following indicators.

Lack of Hygiene

Many older adults living with Alzheimer’s may forgo important hygiene tasks because they could be unable to complete these responsibilities or are unsure if they’ve already completed them. Regardless of the situation, we’re here to help your family member maintain a healthy environment.

Forgetting How to Complete Simple Things

Cooking, cleaning, going to the bathroom, how to ascend stairs, etc., are all tasks that can be easily forgotten amid Alzheimer’s and dementia. Fortunately, our Atlanta team wants your aging loved one to live a quality life doing what they used to.

Easily Confused

Confusion can be a symptom of this degenerative disease that you often see because your loved one wants to remember things and operate normally, but they may be physically or mentally unable to. Rely on our caregivers to partner with you and create a routine that mitigates confusion and unease.

Loss of Basic Motor Skills

Alzheimer’s and dementia can significantly impact basic motor skills, making it difficult to complete everyday activities. You don’t have to navigate this alone with our compassionate professionals on your side.

Our Atlanta caregivers are here to ensure your loved one gets home health care centered on dignity and respect.

Give us a call at (404) 567-5208 or contact us online to consult with an elderly care specialist today!

About Jean Griswold

Our founder, Jean Griswold, was a care professional who became a visionary entrepreneur when she started the first non-medical home care franchise in the United States while running her own home care business.

Jean started at her dining room table in 1982 in suburban Philadelphia. Her husband, Minister and Doctor Lincoln Griswold, informed her that an elderly woman in their parish had died through the complications associated with malnutrition and dehydration because she had no support system to care for her. Jean was deeply saddened by what she felt was an easily preventable tragedy. She was driven to act.

Jean Griswold was an extraordinary leader. She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1967 at the age of 36 but continued to work actively in her office until she was 79. She published a book, “Fears of the Elderly” in 2013.

Jean was born in New York City. She received a bachelor’s degree in economics and business from Douglass College and a master’s degree in personnel and guidance from Rutgers University. She received an honorary doctorate from Holy Family University in 2006. From 2003 to 2004 she was Entrepreneur in Residence at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She won numerous awards, including the Spirit of Philadelphia Award, the Working Woman’s 2001 Entrepreneur of the Year honor, and the 2002 MS National Achievement Award of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Jean passed away on January 28th, 2017 at the age of 86. She was an inspirational woman and entrepreneur, and despite her passing, her values live on in Griswold Home Care today.

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