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Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease Care

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What is Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia care at home?

Dementia currently affects 850,000 people in the UK alone, and perhaps a member of your family is one of them. With proper support, dementia care at home is possible and empowers people to maintain their independence.

​Our care professionals receive specialised dementia training to do just that, giving you much-needed peace of mind.  

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My husband is well looked after, and he has excellent care. Carers are always pleasant and kind to him. He has been unwell recently, and that was taken into consideration with his care. The manager is always helpful when problems arise.

Mrs P, Tunbridge Wells

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Who is dementia care for?

  • People in any stage of dementia, from mild to advanced, diagnosed or not

  • We work with small teams of well-trained care professionals who will provide reassurance, emotional support and familiarity to your loved one. 

  • Visit types range from companionship to personal care, including medication assistance

Amora Care was great at reassuring Mum and Dad at a time when they needed it most. We are very grateful for the care and support received. Excellent all around."

Selena, Tonbridge

Sarah gave us so much information and advice during our assessment that I knew I had to go with Amora! It was a breath of fresh air not to be hard sold anything but just genuine advice and great care..."

Sue, Tunbridge Wells

Excellent care package put together for mum. She enjoys the visits from her carer very much and really appreciates the chats and laughs they have together and the support provided.”

Steve, Paddock Wood

How does dementia care work?

As members of the Dementia Action Alliance, we are committed to educating our elderly care professionals and families about dementia care at home. We focus on positive enablement, empowering clients with memory loss to maintain their independence. Some of the benefits of letting us care for your loved one with dementia at home include the following:

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They can remain in a familiar place, reducing stress

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Builds confidence and self-esteem

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Provides them with social interactions

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Reduce frustration and strain on their family

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Provides stimulating activities 

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Specialised care from well trained professionals

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Helps you understand their behaviour 

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Families can follow their care using our App from anywhere

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Dementia Care FAQ:

Yes. We have clients with anything from early to late-stage dementia. All our care professionals receive specific dementia training and have plenty of experience in this area. We tend to schedule more senior carers for late-stage dementia clients and work in small teams to ensure familiarity and continuity.

We cover roughly a 10-mile radius around Tunbridge Wells. Unlike many other providers, this includes most of the surrounding villages and rural areas.

Although we pay our carers well, providing them with attractive wages and the highest mileage and driving compensation in the sector, our rates are still highly competitive. Hourly rates begin at £33.95 per hour and vary slightly during evenings, weekends, and bank holidays.

Yes. Our carers have professional indemnity insurance that covers them while providing home care.

 

They must also complete a comprehensive mandatory training program annually. This covers things like medication support, safeguarding, first-aid, etc. In addition to that, they also do elective training modules for things like stoma care, PEG feeding, oxygen administration, mental health, etc.

Getting this part right is super important to us. If you visit our team's page, you will be able to read the biographies of some of our carers. Typically, an Amora carer is a mature and local individual, carefully selected to establish rapport with our clients quickly and effortlessly.

The questions we will ask during your free assessment will help us find a good match. Then, you'll be able to meet them before care starts to make sure you are comfortable and get on well with them. In the unlikely event the carer is not a good fit, we'll find someone else.

At Amora Care, you will be assigned a team of up to four carers, depending on your needs and the frequency of visits. If you need multiple visits every day, seven days a week, we may assign four carers to ensure your care is consistent and reliable. However, if you require fewer visits, say, two per week, you can have one primary carer with a secondary carer to cover for them when they are on holiday or sick.

 

We make it our priority to introduce you to your primary carer before your care package begins.

What next?

You can book your free assessment now or fill out the form below to request a call back at a convenient time:

Thank you!

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