Dementia Care- Home Care
People living with dementia need continuity in their support. Our dementia care works by supporting people to enable relationship building and trust, whilst also providing respite time for those they live with. We can support with personal care, companionship, or lifestyle activities for as long and as often as you require.
From the minute we meet to the moment you have your first support visit, we always want to ensure you receive the best. Whether it is for yourself or a loved one, our home care services can help people live their lives with independence, dignity, and respect.
Living with well with dementia is something we strive to make possible but we are aware that living with someone with dementia can take its toll emotionally and physically. Our dementia care service aims to provide small bursts of respite so that you can take some time to yourself knowing that your loved one is being supported and is safe.
Our minimum visit duration is 3 hours as we believe this enables people to have some valuable rest time and also allows for our team to build rapport.
We aim to match your dementia support worker based on personality and interests so that the time they spend with your loved one beneficial.
How we can support
Continence care (Including catheters)
Meal time assistance
Support on trips out
(including lift aids/hoists)
Company and Companionship
Hobbies and Social Activities
Before our services start, our care coordinator or care lead will come and meet you or your loved one at a time and place best suited to you. The aim is to get to know each other before our services start and to ensure we can put together a package that is just right.
We use digital care planning which reduces paper work and allows care recording to be more fluid and fluent throughout the pop in. The person receiving the support and anyone else they wish to can get access to their care notes through any smartphone or tablet. They can even contribute to their records, send notifications to the team, or even submit a compliment or a complaint to the lead. We believe in having a truly open, feedback positive culture.
Dementia & Driving
Dementia & driving can be complicated and as the condition worsens, those with dementia will no longer be able to drive.
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