Is no longer safe at home, alone
Requires assistance with medication (remembering when to take it, what to take, how much to take, the fact that he/she already took or didn’t take it.)
Needs assistance with personal care, such as eating, bathing, dressing, or bathroom
Is confused or feels threatened by the presence of non-family or other caregivers
Resists assistance with personal care
Is confused about money or is unable to manage personal finances
Displays anxiety, confusion or forgetfulness
Is increasingly dependent on others
Has lost interest in hobbies and everyday tasks and/or does not want to socialize with family and friends
Does not eat well without assistance
Prefers to be alone and will not leave the house.
It's a sad fact is that Alzheimer's worsens over time. As a caregiver, the longer you wait to get the help you and your loved one need, the greater the potential for your own health to become compromised. Stress, lack of sleep and self neglect will eventually take a toll on you and then what?
As a Caregiver, you have taken an important step in preparing for the future by visiting Briarcliffe Gardens. The next step is visiting our residence in person. You can call us at 401.944.2450 ext. 202 or click hereto schedule a visit.