Receiving a dementia diagnosis can be a highly anxious time. Our care workers can relieve the pressure on you and help restore your feeling of wellbeing.
We focus on the person, not the dementia, and never forget that you are unique. Our trained dementia care workers help you to remain as independent as possible and to continue with life’s routines.
Tailor-made care for people with dementia
People with dementia can often feel vulnerable, so our care workers give you valuable reassurance and companionship. We also recognise that good communication and a positive relationship are vital.
By learning all we can about you – such as your personal history, your hobbies and your preferences – we can provide care that’s rooted in your experience. We look at what you can do rather than what you can’t, so our care workers encourage you to do as much as possible for yourself. They also offer you practical support with everyday tasks, from getting up and dressed, to preparing your meals and joining in with social occasions.
A dementia care worker can live-in or visit you, and we adapt our support as your needs change, so our service always keeps up with your requirements.
Trained and knowledgeable care workers
Our dementia care workers have thorough training in dementia and enablement. They understand the different types of dementia and the symptoms and frustrations you can experience, as well as how best to alleviate them.
Find out more
To learn more about our dementia care service, call our advisers today on 0800 542 1078*.