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Why RAHC?

Rose’s Agency Home Care has specialized Caregivers that are highly trained in caring for someone with Dementia. Our agency works extensively with our clients to ensure they receive the best care possible in the comfort of their own homes.

Dementia is a condition with varying levels of progression, making it a difficult situation for family members to handle. Rose’s Agency Home Care effectively assists families and seniors to adjust to changes that come as the condition progresses.

The sense of familiarity, a compassionate approach, and a qualified Caregiver that understands your needs can make the difference between a good or bad day. Rose’s Agency Home Care is here- let us take care of you.

Information on Dementia

Dementia ranges in severity and progresses in different stages. There are three general stages- Early, Middle, and Late. These stages can take years to advance into depending on the patient, but each stage progresses in severity and requires more and more help from a Caregiver.

During the Early Stage of Dementia, a person is still able to function. They are able to get up, get dressed and take a shower. Daily tasks are able to be completed, but they might forget things from time to time. They may need assistance with not missing any appointments and remembering to take medicine. At times, there might be increased confusion. People can spend years in the early stages.

In the Middle Stages, there is a loss of identity and independence, and the person is increasingly forgetful. They may not be able to bathe themselves and might not be able to recall certain information such as their address or phone number.

Changes in behavior include:

  • Changing sleeping pattern
  • Sleeping more in the day, less at night
  • Losing things
  • Wandering
  • Getting suspicious

The Late Stages are the most severe. A person has a hard time walking and getting out of bed, and might even need to be lifted. Communication is difficult, and they might not want to express what they need. Additionally, they might lose memories of recent experiences and surroundings. Issues such as incontinence may arise. Around the clock care is needed.

The following are the symptoms of people who have dementia:

  • Wandering
  • Incontinence
  • Agitation
  • Repetitive speech
  • Paranoia
  • Repetitive speech
  • Paranoia
  • Sundowning/Sleeplessness

These are symptoms that caregivers need to be especially aware of and the ability to deal with them. At Rose’s Agency Home Care, we have qualified Caregivers to work with dementia patients.

About Rose's Agency Home Care

Rose’s Agency Home Care is a non-medical home care agency assisting seniors age in their own homes. Rose’s Agency Home Care hires caregivers who are truly passionate about nurturing others, and who feel that caregiving is more than just a job. We work with clients that have chronic illness, Dementia, and Alzheimer’s. Our agency is trusted by doctors and hospitals throughout Los Angeles to provide caregivers that help clients adapt to their changing needs as they evolve.

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Rose's Agency Home Care provides great care, and reliable services. Rose's Agency Home Care made my mother's life easier by caring for her when she needed it.

- Lee F, Los Angeles

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They are dependable and reliable. My loved one needs the service to provide for his daily needs because he couldn't get by without them.

- Rob M, Los Angeles

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They can send people out almost any hour or day because they have a large group of people and are easy to work with. We couldn't survive without the services. My loved one needs constant care, and I work full-time, so it is difficult to take care of them myself.

- Anonymous

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We're not in need of a lot of service, but they've done a good job. They've helped with doctor's appointments. Given our circumstances, I think they've done extremely well.

- Allen H, Beverly Hills

Office number Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm

(323) 937-3022.

Cell number for all other times

(323) 821-5125.

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