Receiving a dementia or Alzheimer’s diagnosis can be stressful and overwhelming for you and your loved one. If you aren’t able to provide full-time care, finding a safe, nurturing environment for your loved one is crucial to their well-being.
According to the Alzheimer’s Association, there are 5.7 million Americans currently living with Alzheimer’s. This disease slowly affects the memory, thinking capabilities, and behavior of an individual and gets worse with time.
Cerebral palsy is one of the many different types of conditions we help people manage at New Generations. We understand that the varying challenges individuals experience are as unique as their personalities. That’s why we provide personalized special needs care for cerebral palsy that helps each individual and their family thrive.
One of our goals at New Generations is to help families learn how to better communicate with their loved ones. Many of our senior citizen attendants have progressive diseases such as Alzheimer’s dementia that pose difficult challenges for their caretakers.