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Hiring & Training Help in the Home

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)
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