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Your Home Care and Assisted Living Resource

At Always Best Care, we find out what’s important to you and make sure you can keep enjoying those things for years to come. If you prefer to stay in your own home, we can provide experienced caregivers to help you with everything from feeding and bathing to running errands. If your best option includes moving to an assisted living facility, we’ll help you find one that meets your care needs as well as your budget, all at no cost to you. It all starts with finding out what’s important to you. We offer care consultations and assisted living placement as free services to help you live comfortably.


Always Best Care is Baton Rouge’s only free assisted living placement service. Our senior care professionals provide no-cost consulting to find the right assisted living option for you or your loved one. Search and compare in-home options and assisted living facilities with the compassionate guidance of our respectful, caring placement coordinators. Together, we can find a senior care solution that makes both you and your loved one feel comfortable and well taken care of.

Caring is only the beginning of what we do. Call now for more information.


Helping Seniors stay at home

By     |    September 9, 2014
Posted in: Assisted Living, Senior Care, Tips and Advice, Uncategorized |     No Comments

Always Best Care offers advise in helping seniors stay at home.When making the decision to stay at home, what should be considered?    It’s natural to want to stay at home as you grow older—most seniors hope to be able to. However, taking a step back to look at the big picture can help you decide whether staying at home for the long term truly is the right step for you. Too often, decisions to leave [...]


Living with Alzheimer’s

By     |    August 8, 2014
Posted in: Assisted Living, Care Givers, Dementia, Senior Care, Tips and Advice |     No Comments

Living with Alzheimer’s- Caregiver Expresses Participant’s Perspective on          Charlie’s Place It is so important to imagine ourselves in the place of those we serve! Recently, Louisiana State University Social Work graduate student Catherine “Katie” Patin spent time as an intern at Charlie’s Place in Baton Rouge, LA, which is a program for individuals with early to mild stage Alzheimer’s and dementia-related disorders. Katie wrote the following article from the point of [...]

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SAGE TEST to determine cognitive decline

By     |    July 10, 2014
Posted in: Dementia, Tips and Advice |     No Comments

Scientists Develop At-Home Test For Early Detection of Alzheimer’s Disease   Researchers say the Self-Administered Gerocognitive Examination, or SAGE test, is an efficient way to test large numbers of people for decline in cognitive abilities. The decline in these brain skills are often early signs of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Patients can take the SAGE test at home without supervision; the test takes no more than 15 minutes to finish completely. Published [...]