We understand dementia can be an emotional journey, whether you’re the person living with it, or a family member or friend. Our friendly expert team has extensive experience of caring for people with dementia. And we recognise it’s a condition that affects the whole family, so we’re here for your loved ones too.
We maintain strong links with local Alzheimer’s support services, and our care managers are experienced in supporting people with dementia.
We see you as a whole person – we don’t just focus on the condition. So we tailor our care to meet your needs, personality, life history, likes, dislikes and skills. All our caregivers really care and are passionate about:
- helping you maintain your independence
- supporting you to carry on doing things you want to do
- giving your family the support and reassurance they need
What we offer
- Consistent support in your own home
Care in a familiar environment can help you feel more confident and comfortable. Routine is important for anyone with dementia, so we keep our visits regular.
- Expert care
Our caregivers are highly trained and experienced in looking after people with dementia. It’s a progressive condition which means that symptoms are likely to worsen over time. We support you to retain your independence as much as possible, adapting care plans and support as symptoms change.
- Wellbeing advice
Our specialist caregivers can give you lots of tips for living well with dementia and improving your well-being. These may include:
- staying socially active, for example, through a walking group or dancing
- finding local services such as dementia cafes and dementia-friendly exercise classes
- singing for the brain sessions
- puzzles to engage your brain, such as crosswords
- eating a healthy diet and being active
- Healthcare help We can help you get into a routine with your medicines and go for important check-ups.
- Family support We offer dementia education to help your loved ones understand more about the condition, so we can all work together to give you the support you need.
- If you need more information or support on living with dementia, help can be found at Dementia UK or Alzheimer’s Society.
Our aim is to make sure you or your loved one gets the most from every single day.