Some of the most common reasons someone might need a caregiver are if they have Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia, ALS, MS, or a disability. We provide several resources for you to learn more about each of these caregiver specialties and more.

 

Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Symptoms of early Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia typically include difficulty concentrating and remembering simple items or tasks. In later stages, someone may be unable to care for themselves without assistance. Advanced symptoms like confusion, withdrawal, or wandering and getting lost can present a challenge for families. Home care for people with Alzheimer’s or dementia is one way to give them the help they need in a familiar environment. Caregivers help seniors suffering from memory loss and other symptoms to maintain a high quality of life.

 

ALS

ALS can create a huge challenge when it comes to day-to-day activities. But living with ALS doesn’t have to mean giving up your dignity and independence. If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with ALS, compassionate in-home caregivers can help manage a wide range of household chores, personal care routines, and errands.

 

Multiple Sclerosis

The progression and severity of MS varies from person to person, but many people with MS need some level of support for personal care functions. Sometimes the responsibility of care falls to loved ones or family members, and can place significant strain on important relationships. Professional caregivers can help those with advanced MS live a rich and rewarding life while remaining in their own home.

 

Adults with Disabilities

Living at home can still be an option when you have or support someone with a mental or developmental disability. In-home disability care is a common support system for individuals living with acute or chronic conditions. Professional caregivers blend in with your family while providing companionship, personal care, and housekeeping support to adults with disabilities. A caregiver for your disabled loved one can enable a broader range of activities, mobility, and independence for disabled adults and disabled American veterans.

 

In addition to those listed above, we offer resources concerning the various other reasons a person may need a caregiver. Browse infographics and webinars about family caregiving, home care, common conditions, and more.