Alzheimer's & Other Dementia Solutions

The in-home evaluation is the cornerstone of a detailed care plan. The evaluation can also include a separate conversation with a family member (or conservator or elder-care attorney) to discuss the findings.


The personalized care plan provides specific recommendations for addressing the client’s needs — medical, social, and psychological. This action plan includes:


1 - Suggestions for steps the family and/or caregiver(s) can implement immediately to help the client minimize confusion and maximize quality of life;


2 - Referrals to appropriate medical specialists: neurologist, neuropsychologist, and/or geriatrician;


3 - Referrals for in-home care agencies and/or services;

4 - Discuss best plan of care that optimizes independence for person with memory loss.


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