In Home Care for Those with Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia

PAN is your local Pennsylvania home care specialist. We provide you with personalized and affordable care in the comfort of your own home.  Our service area includes the general Philadelphia region where we aim to give the best in home geriatric care. We have considerable experience with Alzheimer's and dementia patients. 

Need help? Give us a call at 610-359-1649

PAN's Approach to Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

In Home Care services are available for individuals with diminished mental and physical status due to Alzheimer's, Dementia, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Parkinson's, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), and other debilitating conditions. We are there to help individuals remain independent in their home with assistance

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We Have 30+ Years Of Experience Caring for Individuals with Cognitive and Physical Challenges or Disabilities

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  • Dementia & Alzheimer's
  • Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Heart Attack Victims
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Parkinson's Disease

Dementia & Alzheimer's Disease

We are intimately familiar with the safety precautions and patience required to provide high quality care for loved ones with Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease.

Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic brain injury can occur in any incident where the brain's health is compromised. Depending on the severity, clients with TBI may need assistance with ADLs, ambulation, orientation, and more.

Stroke or Heart Attack Victims

High quality care is very important once heart disease is diagnosed, or once you have suffered an actual heart attack or stroke. We help clients control long-term symptoms through medication management and the maintenance of a healthy lifestyle in addition to assistance with day to day care.

Quadriplegia or Multiple Sclerosis

Patients with mobility limitations and/or those living with the variable and often unpredictable symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis require specialized care. We can provide help with and coordination for patient rehabilitation and specialty care, as well as support for the entire family.

Parkinson's Disease

Safety is a big issue for clients with Parkinson's Diease. PAN can provide assistance with ADLs, such as light housekeeping, meal preparation, bathing, and more.

  • Companionship
  • Grooming
  • Meal Prep
  • Medication Reminders
  • Shopping
  • Transportation
  • Housekeeping


We can provide a sense of comraderie and general companionship for your loved one(s). Activities include playing cards or games, casual conversation, walking, and just having fun!

Personal Care & Grooming

Assist client with bathing, showering, dressing, toileting, getting in and out of bed, walking up and down the stairs or around the house, taking a walk and/or doing light exercise.

Meal Preparation

We help prepare meals, including preparation of special diets, assistance with feeding, washing dishes, and cleaning the kitchen after a meal.

Medication Reminders

Pennsylvania Agency of Nurses staff will remind and assist the client in taking their medication on time from the pillbox.

Grocery Shopping

We can help with shopping, food selection, and transportation to and from both the grocery store and other routine locations for miscellaneous errands.

Transportation To Appointments

We can drive clients to appointments with the doctor, to the store, or on routine errands with which they need assistance.

Light Housekeeping

Make the bed, change linens, straighten up the client’s room, clean the client's bathroom, wash dishes and clean the kitchen after meals, light vacuuming and dusting of the client’s living area.

Does Someone In Your Family Require Special Needs Care?

When most people think of In Home Care, they likely think of elderly care. While older Americans definitely comprise a large segment of the in-home care population, you might be surprised to learn that many other families use these services as well. Special Needs Care is a type of In Home Care where the client is not necessarily a geriatric patient, but still requires assistance with day-to-day tasks.

Special Needs Care is appropriate for those with mental, emotional, or physical issues that impede their ability to function completely independently. An example might be an adult child with Down Syndrome whose parents have passed away, or a recent heart attack victim. Some of the assistance that can be provided includes help with errands, transportation, and Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) like bathing, toileting, meal preparation, and more.

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Unique Conditions or Disabilities That Might Require Special Needs Care:

  • Alzheimer's Disease: There are an estimated 5.3 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease right now. Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia that affects cognitive function and generally results in memory loss. Read more about Alzheimer's Disease here
  • Down Syndrome: According to NDSS, "Down Syndrome occurs when an individual has a full or partial extra copy of chromosome 21." Cognitive disability due to down syndrome varies and most individuals affected by the condition are being integrated into society more and more. 
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation estimates that more than 400,000 people in the United States and about 2.5 million people around the world have MS. While that may not sound like a lot in a world of more than 8 billion people, this disease has serious ramifications for those who have it (and their loved ones). Typical symptoms include numbness in the extremities, loss of coordination, blurred vision, slurred speech, dizziness, and degradation of bowel function. Read more about Multiple Sclerosis here
  • Parkinson's DiseaseNearly one million Americans live with the disease according to the Parkinson's Disease Foundation. Parkinson’s Disease has both motor and nonmotor symptoms and some of the more readily apparent symptoms are tremors in the hands, arms, jaw, face, or legs and impaired balance and coordinationRead more about Parkinson's Disease here
  • Quadriplegia: Quadriplegia is a paralysis resulting in total or partial loss of the use of all four limbs (both arms and both legs) and the torso. Paraplegia is similar but it does not affect the arms. The disease is typically caused by illness or injury.

Any condition that impairs the cognitive, physical, or emotional state of an individual is potential fit for home care assistance. If you need help give us a call at (610) 359-1649