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What we do:
We are a small community based service offering love and support to both our clients and loved ones who are living with dementia.
We can help with domestic help shopping, cognitive therapies and a sitting service, and we work closely with other health professionals to give the best possible care.
Our aim is to build trust and respect with the people who use our service allowing them to keep their dignity at all times, so as the disease progresses we are able to give the best support to all involved.
We have developed a real understanding of the needs of people affected by this illness. We are highly trained to know about the different types and stages of the condition, and we are experienced in helping people and their families cope with the challenges that dementia care brings about on a daily basis.
We are absolutely determined to help people live well with the illness – caring for people in their own homes is our aim.
There is always so much to learn about the illness. So, we continue to train and work closely with organisations, such as Dementia UK to develop our training needs enabling us to better provide help for our clients.
Coming to terms with this illness is hard for both those affected by it and their loved ones. Calling on support for a loved one is one of the toughest decisions you’ll find yourself faced with in life. Many find the idea of inviting someone new into the home very worrying.
That’s why we believe in providing our support through the entire process and will talk you through all elements of our person centred care services.
When we provide dementia home care, we see our customers for what they are – people with emotions, feelings, likes and dislikes. Each person is different. And therefore there’s no one way of providing help and support.
We are enthusiastic and committed to caring for someone with dementia, helping them to live comfortably within the environment they’re most familiar with – their own homes.
That’s because we recognise that the homes of our customers aren’t just buildings. They are treasure troves, hosting decades’ worth of cherished memories, and when caring for someone with dementia, this continuity and consistency is absolutely vital.
Please do contact us to discuss all of your individual needs or to arrange a meeting to discuss your options. All contact is done so with discretion and is completely non obligatory.