Dementia / Alzheimer's Care

If your loved one is diagnosed or living with a memory disorder, the memory care teams at CareinLife we provide personalized, compassionate care. We work with you to understand what’s causing your condition and find ways to slow its progression.

We use a multidisciplinary approach to assist and support all types of memory conditions, from mild dementia to Alzheimer’s disease. Our certified qualified professional support your Specialists in managing these potentially debilitating conditions.

We work with your doctors in many specialties, such as cardiovascular care, physical medicine and rehabilitation, psychiatry and psychology, to maximize and improve your quality of life.


Types of Memory Disorders

Memory disorders occur when damage to certain parts of the brain prevents or reduces the ability to store, retain, or remember memories. Memory disorders also impact cognitive capabilities and social behaviours, affecting language, problem-solving skills, and the ability to perform simple tasks. They can range from mild to severe and progressive to immediate.

Trauma, stroke, and other conditions such as an infection or reaction to medicine, can lead to dementia and other memory problems. Dementia affects people of all ages, but is more commonly found in older people.


Types of memory disorders include:

Alzheimer’s disease – The most common form of dementia caused by changes to nerves in the brain that become tangled, form plaques, and lose their connections to other nerves. Alzheimer’s disease gets worse over time.

Vascular dementia – Decreased or blocked blood flow damages brain tissue. This is the second-most common form of dementia after Alzheimer’s disease.

Dementia with Lewy bodies – As brain tissue breaks down, abnormal protein deposits called Lewy bodies form, causing dementia symptoms.

Frontotemporal dementia – A condition that affects nerve cells in the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain. As the cells die, the lobes shrink.

Mild cognitive impairment – You or your family may notice changes or a decline in your memory, language, thinking or judgments, but this does not interfere with your regular activities.

Mixed dementia – A combination of dementia symptoms caused by Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia.

Memory Disorder Symptoms

Memory problems and dementia from Alzheimer’s disease and other conditions tend to show up in stages as the disease progresses. A sudden onset of symptoms may also occur.

Symptoms may include:

  • Confusion
  • Inability to communicate
  • Inability to learn new things
  • Language problems
  • Memory loss
  • Paranoia
  • Repeating questions
  • Trouble managing money or paying bills
  • Trouble with reasoning
  • Wandering or getting lost

Our qualified professionals bring a sense of compassion to care and are well-versed with the changes in memory and the problems associated with it. We bring productive care in bridging your doctor’s treatment with our special CareinLife Program designed for your loved ones who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or any form of Dementias. 

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