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  • Tomball
  • The Woodlands
  • Spring
  • Cypress
  • Cy-Fair
  • Jersey Village
  • Spring Branch
  • The Heights
  • Aldine
  • Klein
  • Willowbrook
  • Champion Forest
  • Copperfield
  • Vintage Park
  • Greater Inwood/Acres Homes
  • Augusta Pines
  • and north Houston areas

Our Trained Care Staff Can Help You Combat Alzheimer's

If you live in Tomball, The Woodlands, Spring, Cypress, Cy-Fair, Jersey Village, Spring Branch, The Heights, Aldine, Klein, Willowbrook, Champion Forest, Copperfield, Vintage Park, Greater Inwood/Acres Homes, Augusta Pines, north Houston and the surrounding areas, and you have a loved one who suffers from Alzheimer's or may be in the beginning stages of this terrible disease, you should consider seeking Alzheimer's Care from SYNERGY HomeCare. At SYNERGY HomeCare, we train our care providers specifically to know how to identify and handle Alzheimer's issues.  We can help your loved one maintain precious family memories through activity-based memory care and address any combativeness, wandering or other issues prevalent with Alzheimer's.  We know Alzheimer's, and we can help you address its progression. Let us help you with this difficult disease--call us today at 281-407-1200  We are available 24/7. 

Is your family seeing the beginning signs of Alzheimer's in your loved one and not sure where to turn. Are you not sure if these signs are Alzheimer's or just the normal part of aging? Review our online booklet: Alzheimer's Guide--it may help you to catch the disease in its early stages. Or, continue reading below for signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's--catching the disease early is key to delaying its effects.

How We Can Help

Managing the health and well-being of a loved one with Alzheimer’s is an enormous burden to endure. Frequently, family caregivers of those with Alzheimer's are often forced to give up their work, hobbies and other family responsibilities in order to care for their loved one with the disease. With our compassionate and courteous care specialists, SYNERGY HomeCare will exceed your expectations with home care services and specifically designed to address issues related to those with Alzheimer's. Our care specialists participate in continuing education programs to keep their skills honed and up to date on changes in the scientific community's knowledge of Alzheimer's. Trained, compassionate caregivers will make a big impact on your loved one's outlook and demeanor. Below is a list of the services that we can provide to help you and your family through the progression of Alzheimer's disease. 

  • Alzheimer's, Dementia and Memory Care
  • Respite Care for Families
  • 24-Hour/Round-the-Clock Care
  • Personal Care - Bathing, Dressing, Hygiene
  • Medication Reminders and Management
  • Courtesy Calls and Wellness Checks
  • Assist with Light Exercises and Physical Therapy
  • Meal Planning/Preparation/Grocery Shopping
  • Mobility/Transfer Assist/Fall-Risk Mitigation
  • Light Housekeeping and Companionship
  • Transportation/Doctor's Visits/Errands
  • Wake-Up and Bedtime Assistance
  • Live-In Elder Care
  • Facility/Watch-Over Care/Transition Care
  • Coordination of Care with Hospitals/Rehabs, Home Health, Hospice, Long-Term Care Insur.
  • And much more--call us, we can likely do it

We offer customized care plans and a free home/facility assessment because we understand that everyone has different needs and may be in different stages of Alzheimer's. At SYNERGY HomeCare, we take pride in providing the highest quality of senior care in the north Houston area. Call us today to learn more about how we can help and to set up a free, no-obligation evaluation of your loved one.

Alzheimer's Disease - What Is It?

If your senior parent was recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or if you think they may have the beginning symptoms of the disease, you most likely feel confused and discouraged. What is Alzheimer’s? How will it affect my parent’s health, lifestyle, and independence? A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s doesn’t just affect those with the disease, it affects everyone who loves and cares about them. Alzheimer’s forces family care providers to take on new and unfamiliar roles when caring for senior parents. This can challenge even the strongest of family bonds.

Alzheimer's is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior, according to the Alzheimer’s AssociationSymptoms usually develop slowly and get worse over time and may ultimately cause key body functions to cease. Doctors and researchers do not fully understand what causes Alzheimer’s disease. However, we do know that there are several factors that are linked to Alzheimer’s:

  • Family history – researchers believe that genetics may play a role in contracting Alzheimer’s.
  • Age is the clearest risk factor for Alzheimer’s.
  • Changes in the brain can start years before the initial symptoms appear.
  • Researchers are studying whether education, diet, and environment play a role in developing Alzheimer’s--with no conclusions at this time.
  • Scientists are finding some evidence that the key risk factors for heart disease and stroke, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol and low levels of the vitamin folate may heighten the risk of Alzheimer’s.
  •  In 2013, as many as 5 million Americans were living with Alzheimer’s disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. By 2050, this number is projected to rise to 14 million Americans.

Signs / Stages of Alzheimer's

Alzheimer’s is not a normal part of aging. Families may see issues with memory as the first warning signs the disease is taking hold. However, there are additional signs you can watch for to determine if you need to get your loved one examined by a physician. According to the National Institute on Aging, someone with Alzheimer's can expect to go through certain stages of the disease and exhibit the following signs/symptoms as the disease progresses:

Initial Alzheimer’s Signs/Symptoms:

  • Repeating questions.
  • Wandering and getting lost.
  • Trouble handling money and paying bills.
  • Losing things or misplacing them in odd places.
  • Taking longer to complete normal daily tasks.
  • Personality and behavior changes.

Mid-Stage Alzheimer’s Signs/Symptoms:

  • Problems recognizing family and friends.
  • Increased memory loss and confusion.
  • Problems coping with new situations.
  • Inability to learn new things.
  • Difficulty carrying out multi-step tasks such as getting dressed.
  • Impulsive behavior.
  • Hallucinations, delusions, and paranoia.

Late-Stage Alzheimer’s Signs/Symptoms:

  • Difficulty swallowing.
  • Inability to communicate.
  • Seizures.
  • Weight loss.
  • Skin infections.
  • Increased sleeping.
  • Groaning, moaning or grunting.
  • Lack of control of bowel and bladder.


Ready to Talk to a Home Care Professional?

If you need help with a loved one with Alzheimer's, please give us a call at 281-407-1200 and let us use our expertise to help you during these difficult times. We are ready to help you.   


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