Dementia can impair every part of a person's life, as well as the lives of their family members. Many people with dementia continue to do what they enjoy in life and strive to remain independent for as long as possible, despite the fact that it is exceedingly difficult. As carers with many years of experience, we understand the difficulties that a person with dementia and their family encounter. As a result, we provide particular dementia training to our carers so that they can help people live well. With our dementia support programme, we hope to improve people's quality of life by allowing them to remain active and independent as long as possible. All of our carers are properly trained, supervised, vetted, and insured.
What are the benefits of homecare for those with dementia?
For someone with dementia, a change in habit and surroundings may be quite upsetting. Instead of going through the stress and turmoil of moving into a residential home, your loved one may receive the essential help they deserve at home, surrounded by their usual comfort
We all know that dementia is a difficult condition to live with, not just for the person who is affected, but also for their loved ones. We'll create a personalised care plan for your loved one and get in touch with you on a frequent basis to let you know about any changes we see or just to let you know how things are doing. You will also be able to check up on their care in real time thanks to the Careberry app!