November is Alzheimers Awareness Month
According to the World Health Organization, around 55 million people have dementia worldwide, and as the proportion of older people in the population is increasing in nearly every developed country, this number is expected to rise to 78 million in 2030 and 139 million in 2050. Dementia can impact a person’s ability to perform everyday tasks and communicate with others.
Catching it early can help people get access to relevant information, resources and support, make the most of their abilities and potentially benefit from drug and non-drug treatments available.
Join us for an Interview with Dina Hurnevich: Sunday Morning November 7th 2021 on WXYZ in Detroit, Michigan at 8:45 AM
Dina will be talking about key issues around dementia and how to address it.
Dina can help teach families how to cope and recognize the early signs of memory loss, dementia or Alzheimer’s including difficulty with:
- Language and finding words
- Non-Verbal communication
- Mental focus
- Forgetting where they left an item
- Failing to recall why they entered a particular room
- Forgetting to attend appointments, or keep with a medication schedule
Alliance Senior Care offers a variety of elderly care and senior services that can help to ease the burden of caring for your elderly loved ones, and provide them with genuine companionship.
About Alliance Senior Care
Alliance Senior Care is leading provider of in home care throughout Oakland, Macomb and Wayne countries. Alliance Senior Care assists in caring for aging family members, coping with chronic illness, or recovering from an illness or injury – all in the comfort home.
Our highly qualified and professionally trained caregivers assist with a variety of services including personal care, medication reminders, transportation, housekeeping, companionship, family respite services, and more.
Alliance Senior Care’s personalized services are available seven days a week and can range from a few hours daily to 24 hours and live-in care.