Dementia Home Care

Dementia Home Care

Dementia affects more than 850,000 people in the UK and the figure is growing at an unprecedented rate. By 2051, over 2 million people will have been diagnosed with a type of dementia. These are not just statistics; they represent the millions of families with loved ones who require special care and support to live a fulfilled life with dementia.

You might be wondering how to respond to behaviours and situations caused by dementia or how to care for your loved one with dementia in a dignified way.

Through years of experience our Carers providing home care to many elderly people with dementia, we have a lot of answers to these questions. We are here to help.

Establishing Dementia home care

With or without a diagnosis, people often need support and assistance to help them retain as much independence and live as fulfilled lives as possible. An early recognition and acknowledgement of support can help families establish care as part of the daily routine, helping those with memory loss to remain independent. We have developed a unique accredited training programme for our carer for the home environment. Developed by leading experts in ageing and dementia from around the world, it helps our Carer to provide the best quality care possible using different strategies to support the person living with dementia.

Caring for people with dementia at home

  • Our relationship-centred approach enables our Carer to provide personalised care that:
  • Helps your loved one remain safe at home
  • Builds confidence and encourages engagement
  • Can provide nutritious meals and mealtime activities to encourage healthy eating
  • Creates opportunities for social interaction
  • Provides stimulating activities
  • Builds self-esteem and enhances physical strength
  • Helps to understand different behaviours and needs
  • Supports the family to help you take a break from some caring responsibilities.

You can rest assured that you will have the right team in place to look after your loved one with dementia

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