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Alzheimer’s Care

​After an Alzheimer’s or Dementia disease diagnosis, you believe the best care for

your loved one is at home in familiar surroundings with less disruption in routines

resulting in reduced confusion.  Like the majority of devoted family caregivers, you

take on the role of providing Alzheimer's care. As a primary caregiver for someone

with the disease, the effort begins to take a toll on your own physical and emotional

health, family life and career. Families with the best intentions simply "burn out".

Neglecting other responsibilities, lacking confidence in care giving skills,

and resenting demands placed on your time, are a few predominate feelings


As the day-to-day demands increase, you seek respite care, but no one seems to

understand the specialized needs of your loved one. Looking for providers with

dementia care experience is often challenging and frustrating.

Caring Crossroads Home Care recognizes the importance of understanding and supporting those living with Alzheimer's or Dementia disease and other dementia illnesses.

Alzheimer's care is often as important as healthcare, particularly when it enables a person with Alzheimer's disease to remain at home. We work with you to establish safe and more comfortable environments, trusting relationships and techniques to maximize independence for as long as possible for those with Alzheimer's disease. Our specialized approach of encouragement and assistance helps family members cope with the challenges of Alzheimer's disease.


What is your loved one's level of mobility? Does she walk independently or require walker or wheelchair?
Does your loved one show aggression or other behavior issues?
Does your loved one wander or seek exits?
Does your loved one need help eating?
Does your loved one need help toileting or experience incontinence?
Does your loved one need 24/7 supervision?

Your efforts to assist a loved one with dementia care can be very frustrating, especially when confusion, withdrawal, wandering, or moody personality flashes occur. You must seek supportive care if you feel unequipped to provide for a loved one. We are happy to speak with you about Alzheimer's or Dementia non-medical home care options so you feel prepared when help is needed.


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    2550 Middle Rd Ste. 300, Bettendorf, IA