Winter Garden Home Care

Winter Garden Home Care

Winter Garden



Winter Garden Home Care

Winter Garden Home Health Care Services

Partners in Healthcare is Winter Garden’s home health care agency focused on helping clients lead happy, healthy lives at home. Our nurse managers and their caregivers and home health aides are committed to providing high quality, compassionate private duty home health care to families in Winter Garden. We have achieved our position as a premier provider of client-focused care due to the attention we provide to details.

Partners in Healthcare of Winter Garden, Florida can provide:

  • Companion care services
  • Respite care
  • Light housekeeping
  • Personal care
  • Alzheimer’s and dementia care
  • And more

No matter what your home health care needs, one of our RN care managers will customize a care plan based on your specific needs and those of your family. Partners in Healthcare provides a wide range of senior care services and scheduling options, care coordination and informational resources to meet your Winter Garden home health care needs and provide you the peace of mind you deserve.

From companionship and transportation to housekeeping and medication management, our experienced care managers can create a care plan that works for you. If you are looking for dedicated, professional home care services in Winter Garden, Florida, look no further than Partners in Healthcare. Contact us to learn more about our in home health care services.

If you are worried about whether there is a chance that you may develop dementia in your old age, there is good news. The simple task of biting into an apple could reveal whether your worries are needless or not. Researchers have discovered that a person’s chewing ability can be an indicator of developing dementia years later. According to the study conducted by a team of researchers in Sweden, if a person struggles to chew hard foods such as apples, then he is at a greater risk of developing dementia than those who do not find any difficulty in chewing. So, eating an apple and checking your chewing ability could be beneficial in detecting dementia years or decades before it hits you.

What is Dementia?

Bonnie Charpentier, RNDementia is a disease that normally occurs with aging. The word ‘dementia’ is a Latin word which means ‘madness’. A person with dementia gradually loses all his cognitive abilities such as memory, problem solving and language. Though dementia is diagnosed largely among older people, finding the disease among the younger generation is not uncommon. In fact, early onset of dementia has been found in patients who are below 65 years old.



Reasons for Dementia

In many patients dementia occurs as a result of aging and due to gradual loss of essential brain functions such as memory, attention and logic. It is a neurodegenerative disease which progresses gradually and worsens over the years.  Rarely, dementia, especially in younger people, has been found to have occurred due brain injuries. Dementia occurring due to localized brain damage as a result of accidents tends to be irreversible.

Diagnosing Dementia

Diagnosis of dementia requires that the disease should be prevalent for at least six months. This is due to the fact that lack of cognitive functions observed only for weeks fall into the category of delirium and not dementia.

Chewing Ability in Dementia Patients

Dementia patients are observed to have less chewing abilities than their normal counterparts. They tend to have sore or swollen gums which make chewing painful. Their teeth may be sensitive and painful which makes them reluctant to eat resulting in weight loss and malnutrition which could affect their overall health.

Preventing Dementia

Quite a lot of studies have been done by researchers all over the world in order to find out whether dementia can be prevented. One such study conducted by the Italian University of Bari has found that restrained drinking of alcohol could actually slower the progress of dementia. Chewing hard foods also has a positive impact since chewing directs more blood flow into the brain and keeps it active.

Treatment for Dementia

Dementia cannot be reversed with treatment but it can effectively reduce the symptoms and slow the progress of the disease. The treatment is a comprehensive package including medications, brain stimulating activities and exercise.


The Partners in Healthcare Client Experience will be accomplished when:

  • Clients feel a sense of security because our caregivers are wearing their uniforms and ID cards.
  • Clients are confident the same level of care will continue no matter who the caregiver is.
  • Clients know “their” caregiver will always be on time and finish each task.
  • When we retain our clients for the long-term by providing them the compassionate care they are truly seeking.
  • Clients experience peace of mind knowing their caregiver has received the best training available.As a son, daughter, sibling or spouse of someone who has, or will need, home care services, nothing is more important than selecting the right caregiver for your loved one. Partners in Healthcare is a member of the CAREGIVER QUALITY ASSURANCE™ program. Members of this program are home care companies that go above and beyond the norm when selecting quality caregivers and ensure the best care is provided.

Our care environment is called “The Partners in Healthcare Way” it is the fountation for “Our Client Experience”.

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