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My mother's Alzheimer's is getting worse, and it is getting harder to care for her. But, I don't want to put her in a home. What other options are there?
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When it comes to Alzheimer's and the care options available there are several routes to consider taking. Each depends on you and your loved one's schedule and the level of care required. If she is not quite ready for a long-term care community, you can consider an adult day care center to help your mother receive care, remain social, and give you a chance to take care of your other priorities. If she needs more intensive assistance, hiring a memory care specialist or a home caregiver may also be reasonable choices.