Alzheimers & Dementia Care

Culver City Alzheimer & Dementia Care, Elder & Senior Home Caregivers

Hiring a professional in home care agency to help care for a love one suffering from Alzheimer disease or Dementia will give your family peace of mind. A-1 Home Care Agency provides expert and compassionate live in caregivers, home health aides and nurse aides to provide Alzheimer Care, Dementia Care, Elderly Care and Senior Care in Culver City and neighboring cities. We also provide Parkinson Care, Hospice Care, After Surgery Care and Cancer Care. Our care providers can assist with physical hygiene, meal preparation, errands, laundry, house cleaning, pet care, medication supervision and drive to and from doctor’s appointments.

Benefits from a Professional Caregiver Or a Nurse Aide

All caregivers have verifiable references, CPR training, First Aid training and carry Malpractice / Liability Insurance. A-1 Home Care Agency carefully screens all care providers with a thorough Criminal Background check, Nationwide Background check and Sexual Offender Database check for your peace of mind.
A-1 Home Care Agency provides personalized care and schedules based on your family’s requirements. We are available 24 hours a day, 365 day a year in order to provide your family the excellent customer service you deserve. Duration of service can be arranged for short term, respite care or long term, ongoing care. We serve the residents of Culver City, Santa Monica, Pasific Palisades, Malibu, Studio City, Sherman Oaks, Hollywood and other cities in Los Angeles County, CA.
Famous People with Alzheimer's

Alzheimer’s is a very common disease that affects millions of people. These people include famous politicians, actors, and writers alike, many of which opted for treatment. Some prominent examples are Harold Wilson Wilson (United Kingdom) and Adolfo Suárez (Spain), actor Charlton Heston, actress Rita Hayworth, and author Terry Pratchett. Other notable cases include former United States President Ronald Reagan and Irish writer Iris Murdoch, both of whom were the featured in scientific articles observing how their cognitive capabilities worsened with the disease.

Several films have spotlighted Alzheimer Disease in recent past. Iris (2001) is based on John Bayley's memoir of his wife Iris Murdoch. The Notebook (2004) too is adopted from a Nicholas Sparks novel of the same name. Away from Her (2006) is also based on Alice Munro's short story, "The Bear Came Over the Mountain".
Please take a look at our Alzheimers & Dementia Newsletter for information on the research work being done.