What is Alzheimer's and Dementia Care?

Did you know? .....

 
- It is predicted there will be more than 850,000 people in the UK with Alzheimer's disease in 2015 and 1 million by 2025 – Alzheimer's society UK.

- Over 40,000 people under the age of 65 have Alzheimer's – Alzheimer's society UK

- It is more common in women. 67% is in women and 55% in men – Patient.co.uk. Both over and under 65 can have Alzheimer's.

- “We need incentives and organisations to work together to solve this disease. It is a common disease but it’s spread faster than expected. , so its important we are prepared. – Dr Edd Shroff, Sheffield University.

In dementia, some of these brain cells become damaged and die. As a result, the brain doesn’t work as well as it used to; simple messages do not get through therefore individuals become forgetful and can become confused by their surroundings. Symptoms include:
 
–Forgetfulness
–Memory loss
–Confusion with emotions 

Alzheimer's is a form of Dementia. Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease, which means that gradually, over time, more parts of the brain are damaged.  As this happens, the symptoms become more severe. Symptoms include:


–Confusion.
–Forgetfulness. E.g. Appointments, recent events & places
–Memory loss
–Lack or decline in confidence
–Communication problems
–Developing difficulties in carrying out everyday activities
 

Do you know a loved one or someone who needs care help in Dementia? Are you seeing the symptoms shown above drastically increasing with someone you know or with yourself?
 
Don't hesistate to contact Home Instead Ealing! We are providing FREE Alzheimer's Care Training for all families!
 
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