Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia can be physically and emotionally demanding. As the disease progresses, some families find it difficult to bring a non-family member into the home or have someone else help care for a parent or spouse. It is important for you and those around you to see that hiring a person to help provide care is not a sign of weakness; it is a sign of strength.
How to Hire & Train Help in the Home Workbook
Alzheimer’s Los Angeles has created a workbook to help you with the hiring process.
When someone has Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia, his/her ability to provide care for him/herself becomes limited.
For a copy of the How to Hire & Train Help in the Home Workbook, please call our Helpline 844.HELP.ALZ (844.435.7259)
Pages in the Caring for a Person with Memory Loss section