We provide care and support for people with dementia.
After a diagnosis of dementia and when additional support is needed we can provide the right level of care to help you continue leading an independent, active and fulfilled life that enables you to retain your confidence, dignity and self esteem.
We can provide support for:
- Managing routines
- Practical ways of dealing with memory loss
- Maintaining personal care
- Keeping fit and healthy through preparing and eating balanced meals
- Taking regular exercise
- Health checks
- Managing medication.
We also provide companionship and support for interests that are satisfying without being too stressful, concentrating on what you can do rather than what you are no longer able to do.
As your dementia progresses or if you come to us in the later stages of dementia we are able to meet your increased care needs for as long as you wish to remain in your home.
We can provide increased support for day to day living, including helping people with eating, personal care and dressing. We can also provide advice and guidance on issues such as unusual behaviour and finding ways to overcome some of the associated problems, supporting families to make the situation more manageable.
In the later stages we can continue to provide non medical care making sure that people are comfortable, adequately stimulated, and in the right environment.
Our team receive training in working with people who have dementia and are supported to deliver the best possible care for you and your family.