Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support
Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease is a loving and meaningful act, but it without a doubt comes with its own challenges. MemoryCare was established in response to the need for a program in Western North Carolina and Buncombe County that could provide exceptional medical care for those with cognitive impairment, as well as personalized support services for their families and caregivers.
MemoryCare welcomes caregivers to participate actively in every visit, helping ensure that they are knowledgeable and comfortable with managing the progression of disease and loss of memory. It is essential that caregivers feel comfortable with their knowledge of the disease that they are dealing with in their loved one. Dementia expresses itself in many different ways, and each person will have different challenges and needs. MemoryCare will work with the patient and caregiver to ensure that both have the support and skill set they need to comfortably manage the disease and live life to the fullest.
MemoryCare and the MemoryCare Network offer a variety of services, all centered around providing patient support, but Alzheimer’s caregiver support as well. This includes services such as providing caregiver training, counseling, and support; guided introduction to our lending library of caregiver resource materials. Our goal is to ensure that caregivers are supported and feel confident in handling their role. MemoryCare understands the value of the work that you do to care for your loved one and are here to support you every step of the way.
The goal of MemoryCare is to provide excellent care for your loved one with dementia. We offer valuable resources in providing care for your loved one with a memory-impacting disease. Our knowledgeable staff is dedicated to providing up to date information about the most effective and helpful resources for caregivers. Contact us today for assistance in this chapter of your life -because you should not have to navigate Alzheimer’s caregiver support on your own.