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Dementia is a name given to a set of illnesses that affect the brain.
A change of routine and environment can be very daunting for someone who’s living with dementia. That’s why more families than ever are turning to home care rather than residential care, so their loved one can stay in the place they know and love instead of nursing homes.
There are over 100 forms of Dementia, the most well-known of which is Alzheimer’s – which is sadly being diagnosed much more often in the UK.
The symptoms of Dementia begin by affecting a person’s memory, be it forgetting names, where they have been or what they are planning on doing, this forgetfulness understandably leads to the individual becoming confused and understandably frustrated.
Approximately 750,000 people in the UK have Dementia. It is an illness that doesn’t just affect the person, but also their family and friends.
We’re helping people every day – across all parts of England and Wales – to cope with the various challenges that come with dementia and memory loss. With hundreds of different strains of this sometimes-debilitating condition, and many different stages, one of our handpicked carers will maintain your loved one’s everyday routines and can ease the strain on your family – offering an alternative to care homes.
Call us today to find out more about our dementia care services and the many flexible options for care at home.
Hourly Visiting Care
We can check on you every hour to make sure you are alright.
Extended Hours of Live-In Care
If necessary, our Care/Support Workers can live with you so as to ensure you receive the attention and support that you need.
Our Care/Support Workers are able to stay in your home overnight to ensure you sleep freely.
If a family member of a friend currently cares for you, our Care/Support Workers can step in to take the pressure off them and still ensure you get a personalised care service.
Dementia Care Costs?
Due to the wide range of services offered within Dementia Care, costs can vary on a case-to-case basis. You may also be entitled to funding from social services.
You may also be entitled to funding from social services.