Free In-Home Care Assessment!

First Name


Last Name


Email Address



() - *

Zip Code


* Required
Caregiver Tips
Medical Alert Systems
Specialty Care
Health & Wellness Awareness
Video Library
Veterans Aid & Attendance Benefit
Find Location Near you
Font size: Refer-a-Friend | Print Page | |
Alzheimer's Care

Forgetting but never Forgotten

Alzheimers Home Care

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive and fatal disease affecting as many as 5.3 million Americans. It slowly destroys brain cells, causing memory loss and problems with thinking and behavior severe enough to affect your work, lifelong hobbies and social life. Currently, there is no known cure for Alzheimer’s, making it the seventh-leading cause of death in the United States.

Early detection is critical to increase the chances of benefitting from treatment. It also provides you and your loved ones more time to plan for the future and make choices that can maximize your independence and quality of life.

Alzheimer’s disease can happen to anyone – your loved one, your neighbor – even you. Don’t let it stop you from living the life you want! Learn how to create a safe and comfortable environment and to make tasks of daily living more manageable.


Fish Oil for Alzheimer's - Video
A study combining fish oil with a potent antioxidant shows promise for slowing the decline of memory in Alzheimer's patients.

Seven Ways to Keep your Memory Sharp - The Dr. Oz Show
You don't have to lose your memory as you age! Start exercising your brain now!

What's Your Risk for Alzheimer's, Part 1 - The Dr. Oz Show
Dr. Oz and a leading expert in Alzheimer's research explain how breakthrough's in Alzheimer's prevention can make it possible to stop Alzheimer's before it stops.

What is Alzheimer's Video -
A short video explaining Alzheimer’s and the different stages as it progresses in the brain.

A message for patients and their families: A video from
A video for patients and families of those affected by Alzheimer’s disease.

Information on how to detect the early signs of Alzheimer's - WCSH6
Johanna Gilland, owner of Home Helpers of Southern Maine, shares information on how to detect the early signs of Alzheimer's


Alzheimer's Patients Turn to Stories Instead of Memories -
Linda White is leading a session based on a program called TimeSlips. The idea is to show photos to people with memory loss, and get them to imagine what's going on — not to try to remember anything, but to make up a story.

Alzheimer's Caregiver Stress: Easing the Burden and Finding Support -
Helpful tips for caregivers of those suffering from Alzheimer's disease.

American's Worry About Getting Alzheimer's -
American adults fear getting Alzheimer's disease almost as much as they do getting cancer, a new survey shows.

Number of Alzheimer's Caregivers Is Increasing -
The number of Alzheimer's disease caregivers in the U.S. is far larger than previously believed, according to a new report issued by the Alzheimer's Association.

Alzheimer's Caregiver Stress: Easing the Burden and Finding Support -
Helpful tips for caregivers of those suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease.

Seven Ways to Still Connect and Communicate as Alzheimer’s Advances -
Those with Alzheimer’s struggle to express themselves, and their caregivers struggle to understand them.

Alzheimer's Disease: Tips for Maintaining a Normal Life -
Tips are offered for those living with Alzheimer’s and dealing with the disease every day.

Early Signs of Alzheimer's/Dementia: When to Call a Doctor -
If you're worried about a loved one's memory, here’s what you need to know -- and do.

Inside the Brain: An Interactive Tour - Alzheimer’s Association
The Brain Tour explains how the brain works and how Alzheimer's affects it.

Managing Common Symptoms and Problems with mid-stage Alzheimer’s -
Tips for managing common behavior problems in mid-stage Alzheimer's dementia such as wandering, hiding things, aggressiveness and difficulty eating.

Support for Alzheimer's and Dementia Caregivers -

Preparing and protecting yourself, working to understand your loved one’s experience, and embracing help from others can minimize the hazards and enhance the joys of your caregiving experience.

3 stages of Alzheimer's disease introduced -
Doctors are suggesting a redefinition of Alzheimer's that would include even mild memory and behavioral symptoms.

Lowering Cholesterol, Blood Pressure May Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk -
Treating traditional risk factors for heart disease such as hypertension, high cholesterol, and diabetes may also prevent the progression of mild memory and cognitive problems into full-blown Alzheimer’s disease, a new study suggests.

How to create a strategy for dealing with Alzheimer’s –
Mordo Bono, CSA, and Home Helpers owner offers tips and resources for those who have a loved one affected by Alzheimer’s.

Brain Foods That Fight Alzheimer's -
Antioxidants, monounsaturated fats and omega-3s are big health buzzwords that have one thing in common – they do great things for your body and nourish your brain.