Fort Hood-in home care and Careage
Fort Hood was officially opened on September 18, 1942, and has been continuously
used for armored training ever since. The installation was named in honor of Gen. John
Bell Hood. The mission at Camp Hood was almost immediately expanded to include a
replacement and basic training center at North Fort Hood.Fort Hood is one of the
largest military installations in the world. The primary mission of Fort Hood is to maintain
a state of readiness for combat missions, and the dominant activity is the training of III
Corps. A significant portion of the combat-ready air and ground forces of the United
States Army is stationed at Fort Hood. The combat readiness of III Corps distinguishes
Fort Hood from many other installations, which do not have the same rapid and massive
military response capability. With the end of the Cold War, military cutbacks became
common throughout the United States. The Second Armored Division was deactivated
for a short period, during which time the Fifth Infantry Division (Mechanized) was
assigned to Fort Hood. However, operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm in 1990–91
halted this deactivation, and more than 25,000 troops were sent from Fort Hood to the
Middle East. Three soldiers from Fort Hood were killed and nine wounded. On April 12,
In December 1992 the Fifth Infantry Division was inactivated and redesigned the Second
Armored Division.CareAge home care in Fort Hood, Texas is a highly recommended
elderly care service. Our services include Alzheimer’s care, Hospice care,
companionship, meal preparation, 24 hours, monthly weekly and daily. We specialize in
in your home care, we come to you and make sure your home care is efficient and
Alzheimer’s care for your family member in Fort Hood TX,and surrounding areas. Turn to
careage homecare for dementia care in Fort Hood tx and surrounding areas. We
understand that Alzheimer’s can be an exhausting experience for both the patient and
the patient’s family. Our experienced, compassionate caregivers are certified to watch
over your loved on in the comfort of your home. We are here to provide coaching,
companionship and a safe living environment.
Our goal is to help patients live comfortably in their homes for as long as possible.
Arrange for Alzheimer’s care services in the Fort Hood Texas area. Are you looking for
Alzheimer’s care you can trust in Fort Hood Texas? Careage homecare dementia care
services are what you’ve been searching for. We can make living with Alzheimer’s easier
on everyone by Keeping your living space safe, managing changing behaviors,
preparing nutritious meals, providing mind-stimulating activities, offering companionship.
Hire a company that cares. Hire CareAge HomeCare when you need hospice support or
palliative care services in the Fort Hood, TX area. The goal of our palliative care services
is to help people with serious illnesses manage their conditions. We’ll improve your
quality of life by coming to your home and easing the symptoms of your illness. A
caregiver will be at your side around the clock to make sure you’re comfortable and
provide you with companionship, nutritious meals and spiritual guidance.
Hospice support is provided for patients who are terminally ill and have stopped
receiving treatment. CareAge HomeCare offers hospice support services in Fort Hood,
Texas and surrounding areas. We’ll be there to take care of you when a hospice agency
can’t. You can count on us to help provide relief from physical and mental discomfort.
Our hospice support services: Can be provided in the comfort of your home Will provide
you with a sense of dignity Can ease your financial burden Will reduce family members’