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Supporting a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

Old woman with alzheimers and her home caregiver
There are few things more difficult than supporting a loved one who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease.

Whether they only have mild cases of memory loss or confusion, or they’ve slipped to the point that they no longer recognize the important people in their life, it’s a difficult thing to watch someone you care about struggling with a cruel disease that robs its victims of one of the basic things that makes us the people we are. While you face the reality that your loved one is dealing with an unfair and horrible challenge, it’s important to know that you don’t have to face this burden alone. In-home care in Los Angeles is available for those adults who struggle with Alzheimer’s, and it can help both them and you through the difficult time by providing your loved one with the care he or she needs whenever it’s necessary.

Affording Regular Home Care

If you’re not at the age where you’ve either needed to use Medicare or know anyone who has, you might simply think of Medicare as nothing more than health insurance for seniors; similar to your own health insurance, but tailored to their needs. However, Medicare is broken down into multiple parts, some of which are specifically designed to help senior citizens dealing with Alzheimer’s and who find themselves in need of in-home care in Los Angeles.

in-Home CaregiverThe main things you’ll want to focus on are Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B. Part A is specifically designed for seniors unable to leave their homes and who require in-home care to meet all their needs. If your loved one’s issues with Alzheimer’s have reached the point where it’s not safe for him or her to be outside the home without supervision for any period of time, Part A would be the solution that provides coverage for in-home care. The thing to remember is that Part A will only provide coverage for as long as the person is homebound and cannot get themselves around without help. It’s normally used for injuries, and once the person has recovered enough to be able to get around without help, Part A no longer provides any services.

With that being the case, if your loved one’s disease is not yet at the point where he or she is homebound, but you’d still like to get in-home care in Los Angeles to meet their needs, Part B would be the solution for you and your family. Unlike Part A, Part B doesn’t require the patient to be homebound at all times. It can be used for patients who have a condition that’s getting worse, but doesn’t require them to be at home at all times. In the case of patients who don’t have severe Alzheimer’s, Part B is likely the best choice because it can cover expenses, but still allows your loved one the ability to leave the home and enjoy his or her good days.

Meeting the Needs of Your Loved One

Alzheimer’s is a complicated and cruel disease that is rarely consistent, as those who suffer from the disease are perfectly capable of being themselves one minute and falling into a state of confusion minutes later. When it’s someone who means a great deal to you, like a parent or a grandparent, you might find yourself struggling with the emotions of watching someone you love in a difficult state.

That’s where the benefits of in-home care in Los Angeles can come in to help both of you deal with the challenges of your life. An experienced provider knows how to deal with those who suffer from Alzheimer’s and how to handle it when the patient is having a rough day and needs assistance. Plus, a provider who doesn’t have a previous relationship with the patient has one key benefit that a loved one does not: the provider is not likely to take anything said in a state of confusion personally.

As much as you know that the person you love isn’t in control of their mental faculties, it can be hard to hear them blame you for their issues and call you a horrible person for not helping them.

A caregiver can help with these tough times and will use past experience to help calm your loved one down to get them past the issue. This can help you avoid the tough and uncomfortable emotional situations.

Having Peace of Mind

Caregiver exchanging smiles with woman in wheelchairWhether having in-home care in Los Angeles is an absolute necessity or merely a precautionary step to help your loved one maintain a sense of independence, it’s important to know that your loved one is in good hands whenever you can’t be there for them or the situation becomes too difficult to handle. By finding an appropriate caregiver you can trust, you can help your loved one and allow them to live the best life they can in their remaining years.

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Reviewer: Patricia
Patricia 2020-09-18 via Google
I like working for 24hr home care because they allow me to have a flexible schedule and I can take advantage of how far away from home I'd like to travel for work.
Reviewer: Liliana D
Liliana D 2020-09-18 via Google
Improving getting better and better really listen to our voice send us a recognition letter congratulating us as frontline workers, send us a little gift for our performance, send us an gift certificate from amazon for school supplies pack of $30 dollars for our children looking forward for more improvements feels good to be recognize as a great frontline worker helps us get more motivated afterall thats going on. Ive never got anything or a congratulations from them ever its the first time in the 3 years ive work with them and today they call me to say happy bday i feel special. Thank you 24hr homecare
Reviewer: Tatyana
Tatyana 2020-09-18 via Google
Pros: It’s nice working here. With this agency, you have a very flexible schedule. There are a lot of 4-5 hour shifts, although they do offer overnight shifts as well from 8 hours, maybe 12. You can qualify for employee benefits after 1 year of working here. They have “emergency rate” wages as well, these are last minute shifts that can raise from $1-5 an hour; if they hired you at $14hr and they give you an (e-rate) emergency rate then it’ll probably be from $15, $16, $17+ depending on the case. Traveling is required and they did have a virtual interview with me. They have employees working 24 hours if you decide to call them. They use the CC-Go app to clock in and clock out. They also give you a link to a corporate perks website that will give you discounts on phones, plane tickets, hotels ect. Cons: Communication with the office/managers can be difficult at times because when you call, anyone/random person can answer. My personal recommendation as a company request for employee(s): Sending each caregiver a “care package” in a ziplock bag with gloves, masks, hand sanitizer, ect. in case a facility or client doesn’t have the supplies needed. Having these “care packages” would help the company prevent any further sicknesses when dealing with urination and bowel movements if anything were to happen.
Reviewer: Samantha
Samantha 2020-09-13 via Google
Highly recommend!
Reviewer: Samantha
Samantha 2020-09-13 via Google
Great, award-winning company!
Reviewer: Samantha
Samantha 2020-09-13 via Google
Great company! Highly recommend.
Reviewer: CAROL
CAROL 2020-08-01 via Google
Reviewer: Laura
Laura 2020-06-12 via Google
Our care givers are loving, friendly and devoted. They are family! Thank you for being here for us.
Reviewer: Richard
Richard 2020-06-09 via Google
Our Care-giver Mudrakat is a blessing for us, with a big heart, and a very professional approach and skills - she will go far...
Reviewer: Raul
Raul 2020-05-28 via Google
Great place to work for!

The Most Trusted Caregivers

The success of our clients and company is entirely dependent on the quality of our caregivers. We make certain to find and provide our senior clients with the industry's best caretakers so that they have a positive in-home care experience. We submit all of our caregivers through nationwide background checks, assessment tests, and verify multiple references. All of our caregivers are required to be compassionate, reliable, experienced, and above all else, TRUSTWORTHY. We understand that you are entrusting your loved one's home and well-being with our company, and we take that very seriously.

24 Hour Home Care® is committed to improving the lives of our senior clients. By assisting seniors with their daily living activities, we are able to keep them at home where they are comfortable and allow them to thrive during this chapter of their lives. Not only do we strive to exceed customer satisfaction, but we strive to exceed employee satisfaction. We want all of our caregivers to be proud and happy to work for 24 Hour Home Care® so that they will provide the best senior home care possible!


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