Hourly Or Live-In Care For Dementia? Award-Winning Frisco, TX Caregiver Explains

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This in-depth guide was written based on years of experience helping families in Frisco, Highland Park, and surrounding communities. They walk you through all of the things you will need to consider, including the stage or rate of progression, and the amount of support that your family is able to provide.

Go to https://caremountain.com/dementia-in-home-care-live-in-vs-hourly-caregiver-models for more information.

The aim of the guide is to help you make a more informed decision about the level of care your loved one will need. Winner of multiple awards from the Alzheimer’s Association, Care Mountain is definitely well placed to offer such advice.

The Alzheimer’s Association reports that 1 in 9 Americans over the age of 65 live with some form of dementia. While that amounts to approximately 65 million people, it is important to understand that the level of care your loved one requires will vary depending on the stage and severity of their condition.

Care Mountain now helps to clarify what these requirements generally entail. The new guide suggests that your family member will require 4-6 hours of daily care if they suffer from mild dementia, increasing to 12 hours for those at a moderate stage of progression. If your family member has a more advanced stage of dementia, they will usually require 24-hour care.

The guide continues to explain the different models of care that the company can provide. It advises that an hourly model of care, with between 6 and 12 hours of daily support, is most appropriate when your loved one has a mild-to-moderate form of Alzheimer’s or dementia. More severe stages are best supported by a 24-hour live-in model of care, particularly if you or your family are unable to provide round-the-clock assistance. 

About Care Mountain
Winner of the Alzheimer’s Association ‘Caregiver of the Year Award’ for six years running, the family-owned business is a leading provider of specialized in-home care solutions in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

In addition to dementia, Care Mountain also provides caregiver support for Parkinson’s, diabetes, stroke, asthma, multiple sclerosis, and many other conditions. The new guide demonstrates the company’s commitment to assisting local families in the decision-making process.

Choosing what’s right for your loved one can be challenging, but you aren’t alone. Care Mountain can help with a suitable model of care that enhances the quality of life for dementia sufferers.

Discuss your in-home care needs today.
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