HCA Cincinnati Helps Spread Alzheimer's Awareness

HCA Cincinnati Helps Spread Alzheimer’s Awareness

By Will Reid, 5:56 pm on

As the leading provider of Alzheimer’s care in Cincinnati, we believe it’s our responsibility to share our knowledge and educate family caregivers on all facets of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. To reach as many local families as possible, we’re offering a three-part educational series on this disease that affects more than six million people in the U.S. and Canada.

Event Information for the First Workshop

  • When: 11am-1pm on March 7th
  • Where: The Kenwood by Senior Star
  • Cost: Free
  • Know Before You Go: Lunch will be provided

Why This Event is Important

One of the best ways to ensure your senior loved one lives a high quality of life through the various stages of Alzheimer’s is to educate yourself and other family members on the disease. During the first workshop, you will learn about the various types of dementia that can affect seniors, as well as what to expect at each stage. Knowing what to expect means you can anticipate your loved one’s care needs, keeping him or her comfortable and safe through each stage.

Interested in attending? Seating is limited so please RSVP to Jan Rieder at [email protected] or call 513-272-7926.

How Home Care Assistance Can Help

Being a family caregiver is a wonderfully rewarding opportunity, however, it can also become more challenging as your loved one’s condition progresses. Many families find seeking outside help, like the care services provided by Home Care Assistance of Cincinnati, eases the stress and strain family caregivers might feel as they balance personal responsibilities with those of their loved one. Our caregivers can provide 24/7 live-in care, or simply offer the family caregiver a few hours of respite each week. We require every caregiver to complete extensive training and conduct thorough background checks to ensure our clients feel confident in the care provided to their loved one in their absence.

For more information on the upcoming series or to inquire about Alzheimer’s care services in your area, give us a call at (513) 891-2273.