We work closely with Lancaster University’s dementia research team to take a new and holistic approach to dementia care. Through this collaboration, we focus on improving diet, exercise and stimulation as these are factors that are proven to slow the progression of dementia. Our Health and Wellbeing Team is highly trained to deliver this model of care whilst supporting both our clients and their family members.
How We Can Assist
Our Health and Wellbeing Team is taught to understand the needs of people who have been diagnosed with dementia. We understand that people with the same dementia diagnosis may experience different symptoms or progress at a different rate. Some people advance through the stages rapidly whilst others do so more slowly, living with dementia for 20 years or longer. We provide care that is appropriate for the stage of dementia being experienced, from diagnosis to the more advanced stages.
As well as supporting people who have dementia, we also support their family members. We recognise the importance of taking time out from caring for a loved one so you can focus on your own wellbeing. By having a member of our team care for your loved one, you can be assured that they are in safe and knowledgeable hands so you can take time out with no additional worries or concerns.