Dementia Care at home
Over 800,000 people in the UK have a form of dementia, and 1 in 3 people over the age of 65 will have the condition. Almost everybody will know of someone with dementia.
It's important that the right support and care is available for those who have dementia, and for those who are living with or caring for a loved one with dementia. Through our reliable dementia care service, we support people with dementia to continue living at home safely. We also support their families through what is a tough time. Our staff are trained to deal with the challenging behaviours that may come with dementia progression with care, compassion and professionalism.
Free dementia activity guides for carers and care professionals
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Dementia Care at home
Our dementia care workers receive specialist training for dementia care and dementia awareness, they understand how the condition affects the individual, their family, and those around them.
With our person centred approach, we ensure that we don’t just meet the needs of the individual we support but also the whole family.
Free dementia activity guides for carers
Here at Carewatch we can support those affected by dementia, we do this by providing practical and emotional support. We can also help with meaningful activities and outings.
There are also many local organisations offering specialist activities to help support and boost an individuals self-esteem.
Singing for the brain is provided by the Alzheimer’s Society and offers singing to people with dementia in a warm and stimulating surrounding. They are located throughout the UK and usually take place in churches and village halls.
Memory Cafes offer advice and support from trained volunteers. It is a chance to exhange experiences and support with others who have dementia. It is a great opportunity to meet to new people.
”"Delivering care as well as social contact is extremely important in a programme that supports independent living. We all consider this a great example of compassionate care and a fantastic alternative to hospital bed occupancy."Hanna JonesLeicester
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If you would like a chat, or more information about our home care for the elderly, you can contact your local Carewatch team by using our branch finder, to discuss your requirements at a time that suits you.Find A Branch