In The UK, there are 850,000 people living with dementia and this figure is set to rise to over 1 million by 2025. With the Alzheimer’s Society reporting that 1 in 6 people in the UK over the age of 80 have dementia, that means there is immense pressure on nursing homes and hospitals to care for our elderly relatives. However, did you know there is another option besides residential dementia care?
Live-In Carers for Dementia Patients
At Care at Home, we have been providing dementia care since 1990. Over the years we have enabled countless people living with dementia to maintain their dignity and independence whilst living in their own homes.
Our compassionate carers know exactly what your loved one needs to lead happy and fulfilled lives. They have the expert skills to provide physical, medical and emotional support to your relative, whilst ensuring they are kept active and alert.
Home Care for Dementia
Whether your loved one early-onset Alzheimer’s or is extremely limited by Hungtinton’s disease, our compassionate and expertly trained carers can deal with every disease and syndrome which falls under the term of dementia.
Coping with any early signs of dementia can be extremely difficult for both you and your loved one. Along with deteriorating memory, you may see your relative struggle with mobility, as well as poor eyesight and mobility.
Whilst you may consider looking after your loved one yourself, you might not have the expertise to ensure your relative is happy, fulfilled and receiving as much freedom as they would like. All of our carers are dementia qualified and receive ongoing training throughout their carers to ensure they are abreast with the latest techniques and teaching which they can bring to the one-to-one live-in dementia care they provide your loved one.
Elderly Dementia Care Options
At Care at Home, our soul concern is providing the best live-in care for your loved one. If you want to find out more about our dementia services, you can request a brochure online. However, we are also at the end of the phone to answer any questions or to arrange a meeting with you and your loved one. Call 0800 0807 891 today to find out more.