When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, it’s difficult to know what to do. Alzheimer’s disease can make it extremely difficult to care for your loved one by yourself, even with the support of additional friends or family members. It may be that home care is not feasible for your family. The progression of this memory stealing disease often makes caring for people with Alzheimer’s very challenging, even for those with extreme patience and determination.
TLC offers a full continuum of care for people living with Alzheimer’s. Our clinical team’s goal is to provide the best care possible by being involved with every resident throughout each day. Every effort is made by the care giving team to provide maximum physical, emotional and spiritual comfort for the resident living with the effects of Alzheimer’s.
By employing a palliative care approach, the nursing staff at The Lingenfelter Center treat the symptoms of Alzheimer’s, not the disease. The overall goal is to create an atmosphere where residents receive personalized care centered on making all of our residents comfortable.