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Your Guide to Alzheimer’s Care in Texas

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive brain disorder that causes memory loss and cognitive decline. It is the most common cause of dementia, affecting about 1 in 9 Americans aged 65 or older. Every day, hundreds of Americans are diagnosed with this disease. Caring for a person with Alzheimer’s can be daunting for family members. However, there are scientifically proven tips that can help caregivers and family members help people with dementia live their best lives.

At Your Side Home Care has the resources you need to understand Alzheimer’s disease. We offer guides that explain the signs of the disease, from its early stages to what happens as it progresses. We also offer in-home care services that can help caregivers provide support and companionship to their loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease. Contact us today to find out how we can help you and your loved one live your best lives.

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Understanding the Science of Alzheimer’s Disease

The National Institute on Aging identifies three key brain changes in Alzheimer's disease. The first is the presence of protein plaques forming between nerve cells. The second is the development of brain cell tangles. The third is widespread neuron damage, affecting memory, communication, and daily function.

Neurons—essential brain cells that enable thinking, emotions, and daily functioning—decline in people with Alzheimer's. As plaques and tangles harm the brain, memory, communication, and self-care challenges progressively increase. However, with specialized care from dedicated caregivers, quality of life can be preserved, promoting more meaningful days.

Over time, the brain shrinks, usually to approximately one-third of its original size at the disease's end. In the late stage, extensive brain changes impair control over movements, speech, and unconscious functions, such as swallowing. At this point, it may be time to consider compassionate end-of-life hospice care at home.

Alzheimer’s Disease Signs & Symptoms


The risk of developing Alzheimer's disease increases significantly after the age of 65, though it can also affect younger people. The first noticeable change is usually short-term memory loss. In the early stages, people with Alzheimer's disease may also experience:

  • Uncharacteristic behaviors or personality changes
  • Trouble managing finances or paying bills
  • Taking longer to complete familiar tasks
  • More confusion, getting lost, or wandering
  • Repeatedly asking questions

Do you think a loved one may have Alzheimer’s disease?

Our free guide can help you understand the signs, symptoms, and what’s next for Alzheimer's disease.

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Finding Care for Someone with Alzheimer’s Disease

Despite the challenges individuals with Alzheimer's encounter in daily activities, independence is achievable with a well-designed care plan. At Your Side Home Care offers specialized Alzheimer's care within the comforting confines of your loved one's home, integrating evidence-based practices from our DementiaWise® training program. We also provide valuable resources to family members, including connecting them with local support groups and teaching effective home care strategies. Discover our comprehensive approach to in-home Alzheimer's care at every stage.

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We’re Here to Help You Find the Answers You Need

Whether you have a formal diagnosis of dementia or not, it's normal to have questions. If you're looking for information about the disease or tips for caring for a loved one, our FAQs page is a great resource. Our compassionate experts are always happy to answer any questions you may have.

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Hear From Greater Houston’s Happy Families

Hear From Greater Houston’s Happy Families
  • I highly recommend this company. The staff was so very accommodating. I had a situation where both my mother and father were down and needed some assistance. ComeForCare Home Care sitter service absolutely came through to help us out. Thank you so much! - Johnny W.
  • Excellent care given to my loved one. The owner and employees respond to inquiries quickly and resolve matters with care in a timely fashion. Completely satisfied with all aspects of their work. Highly recommend the ComForCare Home Care team. - Lynda F.
  • If you’re looking for Compassionate personalized care staff is available 24/7 this is the company to have for your loved one(s). They are in contact with you constantly which brings warmth and comfort to you knowing your loved ones are in great hands. - Kristen R.
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