Five Signs Home Care Services Might Notice that Could Indicate a Client Has Dementia

Home Care in River Oaks, TX – Five Signs of Dementia

Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia can affect clients in a variety of ways.   Being alert to the subtle changes that occur in someone’s life is extremely important.  Early detection is key to getting proper care.Home Care River Oaks TX

Below are five signs that an experienced home care provider may notice with the patient that could indicate Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. It may very well be a simple aspect of natural aging, but it can also be related to these very serious conditions.  If in doubt, encourage your client to make an appointment with his or her doctor.

1. Memory loss begins to disrupt daily life – forgetting conversations, neglecting to follow up on information, missing appointments, etc

2. Relying on basic memory aides – leaving notes about where he or she left the car keys or where plates are located in the kitchen

3. Using the wrong words when talking

4. Having difficulty completing familiar tasks

5. Changes in mood and personality

If the client is showing these signs on a regular basis, he or she should see the primary care physician. Early diagnosis leads to better long-term care.

Elderly individuals who are having difficulty taking care of themselves (missing appointments, forgetting where they put things, personal care, or other issues), or if they have already been diagnosed with dementia, they could benefit tremendously from home care services.

If you or an aging loved one are in need of home care services in River Oaks, TX, please call the staff at New Frontier Home Care. We are available to answer your elder care questions! Call Today at (832) 664-7394. Providing care in Houston, River Oaks, The Heights, Memorial, Katy, Kingwood, Spring, Pearland, The Woodlands, Sugar Land & League City.

Gary Williams

Director of Marketing at New Frontier Home Care
Gary’s father suffered from transverse myelitis, which is a rare inflammatory disease causing injury to the spinal cord & caused him to be wheelchair bound until he passed in 2011. After spending years helping care for his father, Gary became determined to get involved in the healthcare industry with the goal of providing care to those in need, in the comfort of their own homes.
Gary completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management on a full-ride scholarship at North Dakota State University. He returned back to his hometown of Houston & joined the Houston Police Department, putting his life on the line to keep others safe. Currently Gary stays involved with the police force through monthly volunteer work, but his main priority is New Frontier Home Care, where he serves as Marketing Director.
Gary is a Verified Google Author

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Gary’s father suffered from transverse myelitis, which is a rare inflammatory disease causing injury to the spinal cord & caused him to be wheelchair bound until he passed in 2011. After spending years helping care for his father, Gary became determined to get involved in the healthcare industry with the goal of providing care to those in need, in the comfort of their own homes.
Gary completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management on a full-ride scholarship at North Dakota State University. He returned back to his hometown of Houston & joined the Houston Police Department, putting his life on the line to keep others safe. Currently Gary stays involved with the police force through monthly volunteer work, but his main priority is New Frontier Home Care, where he serves as Marketing Director.
Gary is a Verified Google Author