Has providing care for an aging loved one caused you to lose track of your relationship?
Let PHS handle the caregiving so you can focus on being a family again.
We provide 24/7, in-home companion care. With PHS, your family member remains in their own home with their personal memories and posessions, and you regain the time and energy to experience being a real family again.
Two caregivers are assigned to each client, providing care 365 days a year. PHS relieves the family of all the staffing and scheduling duties
associated with home care.
Our home care is available in short durations or for long term care, and you'll find that we have very affordable rates.
PHS is one of the first non-medical services specializing in live-in care and working in conjunction with doctors, healthcare providers and hospices to provide continuous care around the clock without the worry and expense of hourly services. All of our clients called us because someone they trust told them about PHS.
Dealing with Alzheimers
MOM'S JUST NOT THE SAME ANYMORE...
Mom used to love to go shopping, have lunch or sit and visit on the porch. Now she may repeat the
same conversation four times or ask why you never visit her anymore, and you were just there the day
before. She gets upset when she can't find things and blames others for taking them. These behaviors
are not like her at all. It frightens you to think what these behaviors could mean for her health and
safety, and for your family.
Alzheimer's disease or dementia is a diagnosis that can bring heartache and stress to family caregivers. If
you are living with this now, you know all too well.
Let PHS help handle the care giving so you can focus on being a family again. Our caregivers are experienced in these matters and know how to help you and your loved one cope with this disease, taking it day by day.
For more information about Alzheimer's disease, see the following links.
Alzheimer's Foundation of America
Louisiana Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association
Alzheimer's Services of the Capital Area (Baton Rouge, LA)
Dementia Care Professionals of America