Alzheimers & Dementia Care

Specialized Treatment That You Can Afford

Do you need Alzheimer Care or Dementia Care for your loved one in Los Angeles? You may want to consider hiring an experienced and professional caregiver to provide excellent services at the comfort of your home. Los Angeles In-Home Care provides affordable home care service to those suffering from Dementia or Alzheimers. We will be happy to set you up with caregivers, companions, and home care providers right away. Serving the residents of Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Hollywood, Studio City, Century City, Brentwood, Beverly Hills an other cities in Los Angeles County, Ca since 1991.

Benefits from a Professional Caregiver Or a Nurse Aide

We at Los Angeles In Home Care understand the highly specified and delicate treatment of someone suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or Dementia. Although there is no way our caregivers can provide the same amount of love a family member can offer, they are trained and experienced in dealing with individuals in these situations. Add the time and stress of employment and other familial responsibilities of a family member and it can be almost impossible to fully assist someone who is in need of such intricate care. Having a professional Home Care Provider or Caregiver assisting your loved one for even a few hours or several days a week can go a long way in giving the family caregiver a much needed respite and support. for even one day or a few hours weekly can give the family caregiver a much needed respite and support.

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’s 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.