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If you or someone you know is a caregiver for a family member who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia, the burden is heavy. I know – my Mother lived with Alzheimer’s for seven years until she passed away in late 2008. With that experience, I now help families who are struggling with this devastating disease. I am a professional companion exclusively for people diagnosed with dementia.
I have cultivated relationships with Emory University and The Alzheimer’s Association along with countless doctors, counselors, adult day care facilities, assisted living and memory care facilities in the Atlanta area.
I started Let’s Go to help those, just like yourself, understand what to expect and provide guidance and support along the way.
Let’s Go can help you make vital decisions and plan ways to keep your loved one active and engaged in life as long as possible.
I look forward to meeting and talking with you.
~ Henry Watts
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What Others Say
Henry’s understanding and experience in dealing with dementia comes from caring for his own mother, stricken with Senile Dementia, Alzheimer’s type for over 7 years prior to her passing.
The experience proved to be profound as well as personal. I can’t think of a better person for this undertaking.
Those who have lived an independent life for decades are greatly distressed by the restrictions that result from having this debilitating disease. Extending the socialization and activities of your loved ones who have historically always been on the go is vital to their mental health and sense of well-being.Charles G. Shissias, MD