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Dementia Care

Dementia Care

WHAT IS DEMENTIA CARE? WHO IS IT FOR?

A Deterioration in cognitive function severe enough to interfere with day-to-day activities is referred to as dementia, a general phrase. It is not a single illness, but rather a syndrome with a variety of symptoms impairing thinking, memory, behavior, and day-to-day functioning. Since dementia is progressive, it usually gets worse with time.As dementia progresses, individuals may exhibit challenging and distressing behaviors that can be difficult for home care assistants and others to understand. Dementia care is designed to support individuals who are experiencing a specific condition characterised by dementia. Our carers are extensively trained to understand complex behaviors and out-of character behaviors. They have a problem-solving approach and make dementia patients. By identifying the causes of these behaviours and addressing the individual’s needs, home care assistants help reduce uncertainties or better cope with them.

Types of Dementia

  1. Alzheimer’s Disease:
  2. Vascular Dementia:
  3. Lewy Body Dementia:
  4. Frontotemporal Dementia.
  5. Mixed Dementia:
  6. Parkinson’s Disease Dementia:
  7. Huntington’s Disease:

Our Dementia Care Services

Bespoke Care Plans: We develop individualized care plans based on each person’s specific needs, preferences, and stage of dementia. These plans are regularly reviewed and updated to adapt to changing needs.

Trained Carers: Our carers receive specialised training in dementia care to handle the unique challenges associated with the condition. They provide compassionate, patient-centred support to ensure the well-being of your loved one.

Cognitive Stimulation: Activities designed to engage and stimulate cognitive function are an integral part of our care. These can include puzzles, music therapy, reminiscence therapy, and other tailored activities that promote mental engagement.

Behavioural Support: We assist with managing mood changes and symptoms such as agitation, aggression, and wandering. Our home care assistants are trained to use techniques that promote calmness, bring clarity, and reduce stress for both the individual and their family.

Assistance with Daily Living: Our home care assistants help with daily activities such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and meal preparation, ensuring that individuals with dementia maintain their dignity and independence as much as possible.

Medication Management: Proper medication management is crucial in dementia care. We assist with medication reminders, organization, and administration to ensure adherence to prescribed regimens.

Safety and Supervision: It’s critical to provide a secure atmosphere. Our carers watch over us constantly and put safety precautions in place to stop falls, roaming, and other possible risks.

Safety and Supervision: It’s critical to provide a secure atmosphere. Our carers watch over us constantly and put safety precautions in place to stop falls, roaming, and other possible risks.

Our comprehensive approach ensures that every aspect of your care plan is thoroughly addressed, leaving no detail overlooked. This means you will receive the necessary emotional, practical, and physical support to meet your needs.

HOW WE WORK ?

Assessment

One Of Our Trained Professionals Will Do A Thorough Assessment Of Your Health Needs. A Review Of Your Past Medical History, Present Health, And Personal Preferences Are All Included In This.

Personalised Care Plan

We Create A Thorough Care Plan That Is Suited To Your Individual Needs Based On The Assessment Results. This Plan Is Continually Evaluated And Revised To Make Sure It Still Satisfies Your Changing Health Needs.

Ongoing Assistance And Monitoring

To Guarantee That Your Care Is Efficient And Adaptable To Any Changes In Your Health, Our Team Offers Ongoing Assistance And Monitoring.

Frequent Communication

To Make Sure That You, Your Family, And Your Healthcare Providers Are All Aware Of And Active In Your Care, We Keep The Lines Of Communication Open

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