Dementia care

Dementia care

Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia already affect 1 in 14 people over the age of 65.

We are able to supply a trained care worker that can give specialist care to service users suffering with Dementia or Alzheimer’s. Continuity of care is important as staff are able to form a bond with service users and notice changes in condition so that we can regularly re-assess whether or not the service user can still live safely at home and we will always hold regular discussions with family, social workers, nurses, and doctors where appropriate so that the best level of care is always provided.

We can provide tailored care and support to meet specific needs and preferences. Ultimately, our aim is to help your loved one manage conditions that are affecting them so they can safely stay in control of their life as much as possible, for as long as possible.

We believe in focusing on the whole person and not just the condition.

Outside of our official company training programme, we are committed to encouraging our employees to attend Dementia Friends awareness sessions and become Dementia Friends as not enough people are aware of how a person with dementia sees the world.  If you would like us to run a Dementia Friend awareness session please contact one of the team and we will be happy to accommodate. The service is free and run by our Dementia Friends Champions on behalf of 

More information and support can be found on the Alzheimers society website.

If you would like to discuss how we can help you or your loved with your specialist care needs please call us on 02039036377 or email to speak to a member of staff

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