Does your loved one have Alzheimer’s?

Caring for patients with Alzheimer’s can bring uncertainty regarding disease progression and when they may be eligible for hospice care.

Our staff’s holistic approach honors our patients’ wishes, maximizes their comfort, and supports their families and caregivers.

Elderly man with Alzheimer's or memory loss holding hand against head

When is your loved one eligible?

Call us when you observe these signs and symptoms of end-stage Alzheimer’s disease in your loved one:

  • requires help with eating, dressing, bathing, toileting
  • unable to sit up or hold their head up
  • unable to control bowel and bladder movements
  • trouble swallowing or eating

  • unable to correctly use or understand words
  • suffers from frequent infections of different kinds

Want to keep a resource like this with you?

Download our ‘Expert End-of-Life Care for Patients with Alzheimer’s’ Flyer

Read more about our resources for families with dementia patients, including:

Alzheimer's depiction, parts of a brain breaking away

To learn more about our services, visit www.montgomeryhospice.org/services.
You can also find resources available at www.montgomeryhospice.org/resources.