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Alzheimers & Dementia Care - Twin Cities

Alzhiemer's and Dementia Care in Twin Cities, MN

Dementia is a disease that is characterized by loss of brain abilities, causing decreased cognitive function.

Alzheimer's disease is the most common type of dementia, and affects the memory, thinking and behavior of an estimated 5.4 million Americans, according to the Alzheimer's Association.

Symptoms of Alzheimer's disease typically start to set in when the patient is over the age of 60. When symptoms such as forgetfulness or thinking problems develop before age 60, it is classified as early onset Alzheimer's disease.

Interim HealthCare has extensive experience in helping individuals and their families live with Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia.

Our customized Alzheimer's Care & Dementia  programs throughout the Twin Cities Area...

  • Provide medication reminders, assistance or administration
  • Help with the daily activities of living such as bathing and dressing
  • Provide relief to the individual’s caregivers by assisting with routine home management issues such as housekeeping or laundry.
  • Create and maintain a safe and calm environment.

To schedule your No-Obligation in-home evaluation, or to learn more about home care for Alzheimer's and Dementia patients in the Minneapolis - Saint Paul - Twin Cities region, fill out the simple form on your left and we will contact you soon. Or, call our office at (651) 917-3634


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...During the entire duration of her RN visit you could tell by her words, her actions, and her behavior that she wasn’t there because that was her job.  She was there because she genuinely cares and enjoys what she does and her heart was radiating on her sleeve.  I wanted you to know you did a great job picking her to be a part of our team.  I am very proud to call her my coworker and to be representing our company. 
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