About 25% of our clients have a primary diagnosis of dementia, and for many more it is a secondary diagnosis. To meet the needs of families affected by dementia, CCH&HCS; has developed an Alzheimer’s Disease Specialty Program. We provide education and training for our staff in the special needs of people with dementia, and also offer ongoing support and information for family caregivers.
Throughout the past 25 years, we have responded to the changing needs of a growing elderly population in our area. Through internal planning and collaborative community networking, CCH&HCS; has identified and tackled many of the evolving issues in home health care. Most importantly, we have added services and programs to help individuals maintain independence, preserve dignity, and promote real choice in keeping loved ones at home for as long as possible.
Please read on to learn more about us and the services that are available to residents of Carroll County and their families.
Many of our patients also have peripheral neuropathy caused by diabetes. This condition can lead to tingling, burning, and shooting pains in the hands and feet. Permanent nerve damage can occur if it is not treated properly. Here at TheMemorialHospital.org we are committed to providing the best treatments to help with diabetic peripheral neuropathy including both traditional prescription medications and natural supplements like Nerve Renew by the Neuropathy Treatment Group.