Dementia is a general term for a variety of conditions that can affect memory, problem-solving and other mental abilities which can daily life. The most common cause of this is Alzheimer’s Disease, however, there are many conditions that can cause dementia.
The service we provide
Dementia can be a life-altering disease for both the person suffering and their loved ones. As each case of dementia is different, so too is the care that we need to provide each individual. Home care forms the basis of most of our plans, as it allows us to reduce the potential impact of dementia by allowing people to stay in a familiar, happy environment.
How it works
We offer an initial free assessment in which individual care needs can be assessed by our trained and experienced team. This allows us to make sure that we can properly meet your unique requirements, whilst also giving you the chance to get to know us a little better.
Who will care for my loved one?
Dementia should not equate to a loss of your independence, which is why we do our best to support your needs whilst providing an appropriate level of independence. We have four dementia champions, all volunteers who try to encourage others to make a positive difference to people living with dementia in their community. They do this by sharing information about the personal impact of dementia, and what they can do to help.
Get in touch
For more information on our care options and the ways that we can assist you, please use our contact page below. Our phone lines operate 24 hours a day, and, allowing for covid restrictions, you can visit our office at a time that best suits you. If you want a care solution then please talk to us as soon as possible, because we can help.