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Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment

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In Alzheimer's disease, noticeable changes in the body appear approximately a decade after the brain has been damaged. While these symptoms differ from person to person, the recurrence of some common indicators can indicate the disease's early onset. These factors influence the amount and type of help required by Alzheimer's patients and their families. Alzheimer's disease is still considered one of the many incurable diseases. Individuals with cognitive problems benefit greatly from mental rehabilitation. This could be due to a disability or a lack of a nurturing environment. Patients who were introduced to the numerous available therapy alternatives, such as Cognitive Rehabilitation, at an early stage have had positive results, according to medical circles. The living rooms at Amitha are designed to help our patients feel at ease, with a variety of conveniences and pleasant resting quarters. Cadabams provide 24-hour patient support and a well-monitored campus of Alzheimer's rehabilitation centres in hyderabad.

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Specific learning disability
Personality disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Drug addiction
Chronic Pain

How long does inpatient rehabilitation last?

Inpatient therapy at our facility is available in a variety of lengths. The length of stay is determined by the needs of the client as determined by our treatment staff.

Do Cadabams give aftercare planning?

Yes, the Cadabams team recognises the necessity of a post-treatment and relapse prevention strategy. For example, following their stay with us, we assist our clients in preparing to return home or to a sober living facility. Our team makes certain that clients have the resources and assistance they need to stay on track with their recovery. Connections to support groups, psychiatrists, outpatient care options, and other therapy programmes and resources in your area are all possible.

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