Dementia Care

Dementia care is specialist support from a carer experienced in the specific challenges the condition presents

Dementia Care

Live-in care empowers those with dementia to lead as fulfilling a life as ever.

Dementia is a collection of symptoms which affects mental processes in a number of ways, from impaired communication to memory loss.

With the right care and attention, those living with dementia can have the opportunity to continue to live their life to the fullest – continuing with their favourite activities, remaining in their home and enjoying time with their friends and family.

With a live-in carer, your loved one has someone on hand to help them manage their condition night and day. All in the comfort, security and familiarity of a home they’ve always known.

What is dementia care?

Dementia care is a specialist support system which is designed to support those living with dementia – it is provided by carers who are experienced and trained in caring for someone with dementia. 

Dementia care refers to caring for all conditions defined as dementia – such as Alzheimher’s, Lewy Body Dementia, Vascular Dementia and Combined. It covers care for these conditions at all stages. 

Specialist dementia care is practical and beneficial to those living with dementia as it provides targeted assistance in the form of activities and therapies such as reminiscence therapy, dietary adjustments, physical activity and support for challenging behaviour and sundowning.

Some of the most common early symptoms, which are often present before a formal diagnosis, are:

  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Confusion – around daily tasks and times/dates
  • Memory loss
  • Struggling to follow a conversation
  • Mood changes

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Dementia live-in care

Live-in care is the alternative care solution to residential care, nursing care or domiciliary care,  which allows the elderly to remain in their home.

Complex live-in care covers such things as dementia care – ensuring your loved one receives the specialist support they require alongside personal care and assistance with day-to-day tasks.

Live-in dementia carers can help to ensure your loved one’s safety at night, as well as ensuring their needs are met 24 hours per day. Dementia live-in carers offer support with medication, mobility, social interaction and general housekeeping tasks.

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