In the previous blog, we discussed the issues of long distance caregiving for a loved one with Alzheimer’s. Because Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease, your loved one will more than likely get to the point where they need more care than you can provide from a distance. Once you realize this, there are several options to consider. You and your family could hire a professional caregiver to check on your loved one on a daily basis or even move into their home. This can be quite costly, which leads people to consider moving the loved one into their home.