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Key components of Dementia Care

Cognitive rehabilitation is a goal-oriented and personalized care plan designed for people with early stage Alzheimer’s or Dementia disease

Psychology and Emotional Wellbeing
Cognitive Training
Visual and Speech Therapy
Art/Aroma/Music Therapies
Occupational Therapy
Supportive Environment

Better manage comorbidities

Continuous monitoring

Functional Independence

Prevent complications

Improved overall quality of life

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Components of Evidence-based Cognitive Rahabilitation

Medical circles have seen positive results in patients who were introduced to Cognitive Rehabilitation at an early stage.

A series of cognitive tests can confirm the early onset and identify the extent of the damage caused to the brain

A specialist designs personalized strategies to reduce disability and improve the coping abilities

A combination of cognitive simulation, cognitive training and daily activities support is offered to reverse or slow down the impact of the disease

A team of specialists monitor the effect of particular therapies on the patient and alter the care plan according to the progress report

Warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease

Timely intervention can reverse or slow the impact of the disease. An awareness of the warning signs can help in tackling Alzheimer’s more efficiently

Disrupted sleep is a sign of the disease that surfaces much earlier than other cognitive signs like memory loss. Research has shown Alzheimer’s plaques can disrupt sleep. In turn, interrupted sleep can promote the development of the plaques. Those with sleep efficiency lower than 75% are five times more prone to have preclinical Alzheimer’s than the ones who sleep well.

Forgetting the same piece of information despite repeatedly checking could be a warning sign of the disease. While it is common for most of us to forget the names of people, important dates, etc. if you find it difficult to memorize the same facts despite all efforts, you should pay attention to this sign.

Inability to perform an otherwise familiar task is deemed to be another sign. For instance, it is natural for someone to seek help while cooking a new dish but if you have completely forgotten how to make your favorite recipe, it could be a sign.

Sudden vision problems like difficulty in identifying colors, shapes, and the distance between objects could indicate neural dysfunction. Reduced blood capillaries in the back of the eye, generally detected through an eye scan, could be an early precursor of the disease.

If you see an otherwise outgoing person withdraw from social circles, it is important to watch them closely. The inability to follow or join conversations can lead many to isolation from their loved ones. Giving up on favorite hobbies or avoiding social gatherings are other indications. Personality changes like anxiety, depression and continuous mood swings are few other common symptoms of the disease.

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Hear from the Healed

Happy patients share their kind words and experiences.

Overall rating

They work very hard to help the patient recover


I moved my dad to HCAH Transition Care Center for the treatment of Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. The doctors, nurses, and all the therapists work very hard to help the patient recover and get positive outcomes. The entire team is very ...
compassionate and caring. Specialists doctors such as neurologist and ortho surgeons are readily available to help explore the best possible treatment options for the patient. All the assigned therapists and doctors assess their patients daily and monitor their progress. They have continued care at home to ensure the best quality of life for my dad. Thank you, HCAH!

Sunil, 43

In a month, my father was walking again


My father-in-law has Alzheimer's disease. He was fully paralyzed and had no hand and leg movement when we admitted him to HCAH Transition Care Center. We saw remarkable improvement in the movements of his hands and legs at the end of one month. He ev...
en started walking with support and got discharged. Now after 4+ months my father-in-law has recovered by 90% and is doing his routine work independently. I would like to thank and appreciate all the Doctors, Physiotherapists, the Nursing team, and the Admin team for the best-in-class service.

Vinay HV, 45

Happy. Made my mother well again.


My mother was admitted to HCAH Transition Care Center with neurological issues. She had a tracheostomy, Oxygen support, and a food pipe. She was not able to walk. We had lost all hope of getting her back and this was our last shot. Today, we are gett...
ing discharged and returning home. She is off all the tubes and the oxygen support. She can even walk independently. We are extremely happy with all the services that made my mother well again. Special appreciation for the physiotherapy doctor and nurses. Thanks a lot!

Hammad Mohammed, 41
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Frequently Asked Questions

Unfortunately, no cure exists for dementia, but memory care can vastly improve quality of life, manage symptoms, and provide necessary support.

Costs vary depending on location, services offered, and level of care needed. Explore financial assistance options, insurance coverage, and veteran benefits.

This individual decision depends on the stage of dementia, family circumstances, and available support systems. Memory care might provide a safer and more stimulating environment with specialized care.

Assess the environment for safety and comfort, observe resident interactions with staff, inquire about care plans, communication frequency, and family support programs.

Comprehensive Dementia Care in Hyderabad: Memory Care Solutions at HCAH

Globally, dementia affects millions of individuals and their families. In Hyderabad, HCAH stands as a beacon of support, offering exceptional memory care facilities designed to enhance the lives of in...Read More

Comprehensive Dementia Care in Hyderabad: Memory Care Solutions at HCAH

Globally, dementia affects millions of individuals and their families. In Hyderabad, HCAH stands as a beacon of support, offering exceptional memory care facilities designed to enhance the lives of individuals living with dementia.

Understanding Dementia and its Stages

Dementia is a collective term encompassing various conditions that progressively deteriorate cognitive function, significantly impacting daily life. Alzheimer's disease, the most common form of dementia, accounts for 60-80% of cases. While individuals with dementia may experience memory loss, the condition also affects reasoning, judgment, and communication skills.

Dementia manifests in various forms, often progressing through distinct stages. Recognizing these stages helps families plan appropriate care:

Early Stage Middle Stage Late Stage
Mild forgetfulness, difficulty concentrating, and subtle personality changes. Increased memory loss, confusion, challenges with daily tasks, and possible behavioral changes. Significant memory loss, impaired communication, dependence on others for daily activities, and increased need for supervision.

What is Alzheimer’s Disease?

Alzheimer's Disease, a specific subtype of dementia, explicitly targets memory, thinking processes, and behavioral aspects. As the condition progresses, symptoms escalate to a point where they interfere significantly with executing routine tasks. The impact extends beyond memory lapses, gradually encompassing various cognitive functions and behaviors.

Memory Care Home and Care Home

Memory care homes Care homes
Specifically caters to individuals with dementia, offering specialized care, security, and activities tailored to their cognitive needs. Their staff is trained in dementia care and familiar with managing common challenges like wandering and behavioral changes. Offer a broader range of services for seniors, including those with physical limitations but not necessarily cognitive decline. While some care homes may provide some assistance with memory problems, they typically lack the specialized expertise and infrastructure needed for individuals with advanced dementia.

Memory Care Facility

A memory care facility is a residential community specifically designed to cater to the needs of individuals with dementia.

  • Secure environment: Memory care facilities have secured entrances, exits, and monitored spaces to prevent wandering and ensure resident safety.
  • Specialized staff: Staff members are trained in dementia care, understanding the unique needs and behaviors associated with the condition. They provide 24/7 supervision and assistance with daily living activities.
  • Personalized care plans: Each resident receives an individualized care plan based on their specific needs, preferences, and stage of dementia. This plan may include medication management, assistance with bathing and dressing, and specialized therapies.
  • Structured activities and programs: Memory care communities offer engaging activities to stimulate cognitive function, maintain skills, and promote social interaction. These activities may include music therapy, art therapy, reminiscence groups, and physical exercise programs.
  • Emphasis on safety and comfort: The environment is designed to be safe and comfortable, with features like clear signage, easy-to-navigate layouts, and calming colors.

Understanding Assisted Living and Memory Care

Choosing the right senior care option for your loved one can be overwhelming. While assisted living and memory care offer assistance, their approaches cater to distinct needs.

  • Assisted living facility supports everyday activities like bathing, dressing, and medication management. It's an ideal option for seniors who maintain cognitive abilities but require help with physical tasks. Think of it as an extension of independent living, offering a comfortable community with amenities and assistance.
  • Memory care specializes in caring for individuals with dementia. Their secure environment features specialized staff trained to manage cognitive decline, wandering, and behavioral changes. Memory care offers personalized care plans, engaging activities, and a constant focus on safety and well-being.

HCAH: Your Trusted Partner in Dementia Care

At HCAH, we're dedicated to providing exceptional memory care services in Hyderabad.

  • Experienced and Compassionate Caregivers: Our dedicated team comprises highly trained professionals who prioritize empathy and respect while providing exceptional care.
  • Holistic Care Approach: We go beyond routine assistance, offering personalized care plans, engaging activities, and a nurturing environment that fosters social interaction and a sense of belonging.
  • Family Support and Communication: We understand the importance of family involvement. We maintain open communication, keep families informed, and involve them in the care journey.
  • Integration with Advanced Healthcare: As a digital healthcare platform, we offer easy access to virtual consultations with qualified doctors, ensuring seamless healthcare access for residents.

Making the Right Choice for Your Loved One

Choosing the right dementia care facility is a crucial decision. At HCAH, we offer a free consultation to discuss your loved one's needs and answer any questions you may have. Contact us today to learn more about how we can support your loved one on their journey with dementia.