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What's the difference between dementia and Alzheimer's?
Dementia is a broad term covering many diseases and conditions that affect thinking, memory, and language. Alzheimer's is the most common cause of dementia, but there are many others. Small strokes can cause dementia and so can certain vitamin deficiencies, hormonal problems, depression, and alcohol abuse.
What is the best type of care for a loved one with the Alzheimer's?
In the beginning stages of Alzheimer’s or dementia, personal care assistance may be what is most needed, as long as the person does not have any other medical needs. Some common traits:
Forgets things more often (such as job skills)
Has problems doing familiar things
Put things in strange places
Forgets common words or uses wrong words
Major change in personality (confused, suspicious, fearful)
Confusion about time or day of the week
Sudden changes of mood or behavior
Does things that don't make sense
At Victory Personal Care, Inc. , we spend quality time taking care of your love ones when you can’t. They are an extension of our family. All care givers undergo special ongoing training. Some of the services our experienced caregivers will provide are:
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While there is no cure for Alzheimer's, the impact on caregivers and the health system can receive some relief .
Through the use of in home, non-medical care using paid care providers, like Victory Personal Care, Inc., Caregivers can begin to decrease the cost and time needed for effective care.
We are serving the residents of
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Toll Free: 1-844-280-9549
1919 North Loop West, Suite 435
Houston, Texas 77008
Stimulate mental awareness
Play memory enhancement games
Stimulate health conversation
Guided nutritional meal preparation
Maintain a safe home environment
Engage in crafts
Aide with reading
Encourage family and friends social interaction
Daily activity supervision
Direction with hygiene
Direction with clothes selection