A woman helps a senior with her shopping.

Research conducted by Home Instead, Inc., franchisor of the Home Instead network, points to isolation as a risk factor for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and their family caregivers. What’s more, these caregivers say they fear going into the community because businesses can be busy and confusing for their loved ones. Learn more about the impact of this isolation on families.

 Making Businesses Alzheimer’s Friendly (PDF, 1.7 MB)

2 thoughts on “Making Businesses Alzheimer’s Friendly

  • Linda Wilson

    Show your self friendly Greet he are she with friendly smile speak calm at all times always have Positive Words to Say Positive energy in their present make them feel comfortable so they will not be in fear always have cheer ful Positive talk ask how are you today it’s a very Beautiful Sunny Day today would you like go for a walk with me make walk short not to long so he are she will be get tire out get frustrated.

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