What we liked the most about the conversation was that Linda was truly honest. Introducing home care and a new person into daily care routines is a new situation for everyone involved: your loved one, you and the CAREGiver. Everyone is learning to navigate a new scenario, all with a unified goal of providing the best care and quality of life for the person with Alzheimer’s.
If you’re at all worried about how and when to introduce home care and curious about how to pay for it, please take the time to
watch or listen to this #CaregiverChats. Linda truly has a way of making the uneasy feel comfortable.
Additionally, we mentioned a few very helpful resources for caregivers when deciding on senior care options and funding. Check these out:
Alzheimer's and dementia home care services are available
In-home care provides assistance to your loved one wherever they call home.
Connect with our Care Experts:
604-449-9945 (South Vancouver)
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