Do you have a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease? Are you seeking the best Alzheimer’s care in Toms River?
Hearing that someone you love is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s can set off an array of emotions. You may be left feeling:
At times, you may even be feeling all of these emotions at one time! So, how do you help your loved one through their struggles, and ease your emotions?
Toms River Alzheimer’s care facilities are available to support you and your family member. Each facility extensively trains their staff, so they not only provide the best possible care, but they also help the family through an extremely difficult time.
Alzheimer’s care facilities in Toms River, are not like traditional assisted living. Facilities have staff on duty 24/7 to make sure residents are safe at all times. To further ensure their safety, residents are unable to leave the facilities on their own.
Although your family member is not able to leave the grounds by themselves, they are permitted to leave with you for the day. Many residents enjoy spending a day, away from the facility and with their families. When you visit, you can take your loved one to the Ocean County Mall, the Toms River Fest, or the Waterhouse Museum. It doesn’t really matter what you do, as long as you spend time with each other.
Long term Alzheimer’s care in Toms River makes your loved one’s happiness and safety their number one concern. If you are struggling with a decision, you can feel confident knowing your loved one will be receiving the care they deserve.
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