515 N. Flagler Drive
Suite P-300, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Do you have a loved one who requires full time care at home?
Do you want your loved one to be treated with dignity and trust while
managing their Alzheimer's or Dementia?
When the time and attention required becomes overwhelming, you may
find yourself asking:
"I can't do this anymore, and I don't know where or how to get help."
"I feel guilty that I can't do more, or be there to really help my loved one."
"This is taking over my life, I don't know how much longer I can go on?"
"I am hurt and sad that we don't have the relationship that we used to."
Your not alone, help is on the way!
Being a caregiver is a tough job. What sometimes starts out as a few extra hours of care can quickly turn into a full time job. You still have your own schedule to maintain and other people who need your time and attention.
Additionally, there is the emotional and mental fatigue that can set in because you are constantly wondering if you are doing enough. Deep emotions can plague you, making you feel guilty, ashamed and frustrated. Although you would do anything for your loved one, your own quality of life is diminishing.
Your loved one needs care, but so do you!
Home Health Services of the Palm Beaches (HHSPB) is a homecare company offering quality home care services that also specializes in Alzheimer's and Dementia care. We are 'Nurturers by Nature' and we understand how to care for patients with memory issues in a way that builds trust and respect for both the patient and the primary caregiver.
We are here to help, and we are here to give you that 'me time' that you need, so you can regain your strength and be there for your loved one.
Check out our in home services if you're looking for support. We will help you at every stage including finding out if your Long Term Care policy or VA benefits can cover the cost of your in home care. You don't have to do this alone. Call us today. We care, and we want to provide care you can trust!
Alzheimers's disease by Cleopatra
The 7 stages of Alzhemier's Disease through a caregivers eyes