Some facts about Alzheimer’s & Dementia:

Alzheimer’s is the most common and early stage of dementia. It happens when plaques containing beta amyloid frame in the individuals brain. As the symptoms progress and get worse, it becomes increasingly difficult to recall ongoing occasions, to reason, and to even recognize and perceive individuals they know. In the long run, a person with Alzheimer’s is probably going to require full-time help. Alzheimer’s diseases causes and risk factors:

1) Age: Majority of the people who develop Alzheimer’s disease are 65 years of age or older.
2) Family history: Having an immediate family member who has developed the condition, increases your risk and you are more likely to get it too.
3) Genetics: Certain genes have been linked to Alzheimer’s disease.

Why choose Live-In Care for your loved one

Live in care offers so many benefits over live out care, some of the benefits of the live in care are

1. Staying in your own home in the environment you love the most.
2. Avoiding change
3. Flexible care built around you
4. Keeping the same routines, hobbies and interests
5. Companionship, whether it’s sharing meals, watching TV or enjoying days out
6. Family and friends can still come and go as normal
7. Emotional support

Live-in caregivers can help you to complete a wide range of everyday tasks to enable you to continue living in your own home. Offering round-the-clock support, a live-in caregiver can provide services that include:

1. Preparing meals and washing the dishes

2. Laundry and ironing

3. Running errands

4. Completing household chores

5. Medication reminders

6. Support with bathing, dressing and toileting

7. Mobility support around the home

8. Support getting out and about

9. Companionship and emotional support

10. Feeding, walking and caring for a pet

Call Us for more Information

Toronto: 647-800-7152

Vaughan: 289-236-1264

Peel Region: 289-201-2062


Palliative Care Comfort care or End of Life Care:


Palliative care is one of the most complex forms of care-giving. It is always difficult for patients as well as their families; however, our specially trained specialists are always ready and prepared to offer any care needed by either party. This ‘end of life care’ is specialized for those suffering from life threatening illnesses that can be physically, as well as emotionally exhausting for all involved. Our care givers however, who have both experience and knowledge in the field and can provide the comfort that is required in this most difficult time.


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