Dementia Care At Home
Care at home for Dementia patients is difficult but possible
Dementia care at home can be a challenge for both patients and those who care for someone who has it. No day repeats itself, and the care required can vary dramatically from day to day. Additionally, caring for someone with Dementia requires specialist communication, behavioural skills and routine to ensure that identity is maintained and dignity is preserved.
With a condition like Dementia, the client should get a familiar face or the same carer to help them with daily tasks. High retention is necessary for consistent and continuous care. However, that doesn’t mean Dementia patients must leave home and relocate to a care home or respite centre to seek help.
Dementia live-in care or visiting care is an affordable alternative to residential care for those who need someone to be with them day and night. A professional, fully trained carer can reside with our clients in their own home, provide one-to-one service, and round-the-clock care to give our clients the best quality of life possible.
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