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Some people may decide to provide for their loved one with AD long-term rehabilitation so that the right professionals can take care of them, constantly supervise them, provide medications and emotional counselling, and work on engaging them in activities that help them retain their cognitive capacities in order to slow down the deterioration process of the disease. Other people may choose to have their loved one be part of a rehabilitation facility for a certain amount of time until the patient and the family learns ways to adapt to the disease, and then take them home in order to spend more time with their loved one. However, since Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease, rehabilitation services are not meant to ‘recover’ them from their disease. Moreover, care and treatment is a lifelong process and is still required post rehabilitation for the patient. Thus, as the caregivers, the family would need to take responsibility for ensuring regular outpatient visits with the AD patient with psychiatrists, physicians, physiotherapists, psychologists, and family therapists in order to be able to provide the best care, adaptability and functionality for their loved one.

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How effective is Post Rehabilitation Care for Alzheimer’s?

Post rehabilitation care is effective and mandatory for Alzheimer’s as Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease and care to manage the symptoms and declining functionality of the patient is required from medical and mental health professionals in order to enhance the patient’s quality of life.

What are the benefits of Post Rehabilitation Care for Alzheimer’s?

Post rehabilitation care for Alzheimer’s is beneficial in helping family members and other caregivers learn ways to communicate with and manage symptoms of their loved one with AD. It also helps family members and the AD patient deal with their emotional issues that might be brought about by the impact of the disease, as well as helps the AD patient retain their cognitive functionality and slow down the deterioration process.

How many numbers of visits are required?

Consistent, long-term follow up appointments with professionals on an outpatient basis for the AD patient are recommended.

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