Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month – A Resource Guide from ameriCARE’s In-Home Care Experts
Did you know that June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month? We know, it seems like there’s a month for everything, but this one is especially important for our clients. Throughout the year, we connect many clients with dedicated, experienced in-home care professionals that provide much-needed support for Alzheimer’s and other diseases that affect the brain. The goal of Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month is to help people learn about and spread awareness for the disease and to share their stories and we’re here to help.
Facing a brain disease or brain-related injury or surgery can feel overwhelming. It can be hard to know where to start. That’s why ameriCARE has put together a list of our most useful articles about Alzheimer’s disease and general brain health. Take a look below for more information and reach out to your local ameriCARE if you have any questions!
Helpful Articles About Alzheimer’s Disease from ameriCARE
How Can Seniors Stay Sharp Mentally? – Our experts teamed up again to develop important tips and tricks to helping seniors stay sharp. As a loved one of a senior, a care professional, or even as a senior yourself, you can use these seven tips to help care for your brain.
The 10 Pillars of Brain Wellness – Brain health is about more than memory and critical thinking skills. The brain is an organ that controls all functions of the body and interprets and stores information from the outside world. There’s more to taking care of it than memory games. Join our in-home care experts as we cover the 10 essential pillars to optimal brain heath.
Helpful Guidance for Alzheimer’s and Brain-Related Care Options from ameriCARE
Coping Strategies for Alzheimer’s Caregiving – As an Alzheimer’s caregiver, it is important to have coping strategies to help navigate and handle the different challenges that may occur when caring for a loved one with the disease. ameriCare’s recommended caregivers have robust experience working with those with Alzheimer’s and have compiled eight tips to cope when providing care.
The Role of In-Home Care for Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries – Recovering from the effects of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or spinal cord injury (SCI) can feel incredibly overwhelming, and at times, hopeless. But with some proper coordination, there’s no reason why anyone recovering can’t lead a fulfilled life. Join our team to learn more!
One thing is true, regardless of your or your loved one’s diagnosis – having an in-home care professional can provide much-needed relief, confidence, and security during a time of such uncertainty. If you or a loved one is facing Alzheimer’s or other brain-related injuries or illness, reach out to ameriCARE to learn more about getting the help you deserve right at home!