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knowing your loved one is safe

Having a family member or friend with dementia or Alzheimer's can be draining - and devastating.

It’s heartbreaking to watch a loved one…

Become irritable, paranoid and even aggressive

Get lost (or go missing) thanks to frequent disorientation.

Progressively decline in stamina, health... and happiness

Dementia is a progressive condition that significantly impacts day-to-day life.

But living with it doesn’t have to be so painful.

We’re here to put you at ease… and give your loved ones a sense of comfort.

Our carefully-trained caregivers help patients go about their day safely – while showering them with love and kindness.

Preferred aides will provide:

Reliable medication reminders, so a dose is never forgotten.

Healthy, delicious meals, so your loved one gets the nutrition they need.

Patient daily care with tasks like bathing, dressing and grooming.


Reminders + escorts, so appointments are never missed.

Warm companionship, so your loved one is never lonely - even on the most confusion-filled days.

A calming, steady presence that helps prevent power struggles and flare-ups.

Unparalleled protection from frightening, dangerous wandering.

When your loved one is happy, you can also be happy.


“I am sleeping better — and much more relaxed — knowing that Preferred is on the job.”

Nick Lasky


Responsible, professional and devoted. “My father has Parkinson’s and he was living alone. He could no longer be in the kitchen because of the shaking – it was dangerous. Preferred sent us an aide, and we’re very happy: he is responsible, professional, and devoted. He really understands my fathers needs.”

Joseph Colombo, family member


Dementia is a broad category of brain diseases that powerfully affect cognitive function and memory. 60-70% of dementia cases are caused by Alzheimer’s – a chronic neurodegenerative disease.

Does your loved one need help?

Here are some red flags of dementia:

Early Signs

Tendency to lose track of time

Disorientation in familiar settings



Trouble paying bills


Progressive Symptoms

Difficulty with names/faces

Repetitious questions

Trouble with self-care

Poor hygiene

Problem with multi-step tasks

Hallucinations / delusions

Advanced Disease Markers

Disorientation around time and events

Trouble recognizing familiar faces/places



Get the help you need to maintain your whole family’s quality of life

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