We recognise that not all people with a diagnosis of dementia show the same symptoms. Each member of our Health and Wellbeing Team has specialised training on various types of dementia and the differences between them. This ensures that they can provide care that is most appropriate and beneficial to the person receiving it.

The training covers Alzheimer’s, Vascular, Frontotemporal, Lewy Body, Korsakoff’s, Dementia with Parkinson’s and Young Onset (Early Onset) Dementia. If care is required for another type of dementia, relevant training is given to the team members who will be delivering the care. This ensures team members always have knowledge of the diagnosis and associated symptoms, as well as the skills to best manage them.

How We Can Assist
  • Social interaction in the community
  • Support with using public transport and escorting on journeys
  • Company whilst doing hobbies
  • Food preparation
  • Light housekeeping
  • Emotional support
  • Help with everyday tasks such as shopping
  • Support on a day trip
  • Personal care and continence needs
  • Moving and handling

We understand that no two people with the same diagnosis are the same, so we tailor each care plan to suit the person’s individual needs and interests. Having partnered with Lancaster University’s dementia research team, we focus on improving the person’s diet, exercise and stimulation as these are factors that are proven to slow the progression of dementia. By providing a highly personalised service, we are able to provide quality care so the individual can maintain independence, regain their confidence and live well with dementia at home.

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We’d love to hear from you and to talk with you about care requirements.

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