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.
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
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
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:
They can remain in a familiar place, reducing stress
Builds confidence and self-esteem
Provides them with social interactions
Reduce frustration and strain on their family
Provides stimulating activities
Specialised care from well trained professionals
Helps you understand their behaviour
Families can follow their care using our App from anywhere