At Cavendish Homecare we can help support you and your loved ones with our expertise in delivering Dementia care at home. We know that living with Dementia can have a huge emotional, social, and psychological effect on both the person and their loved ones. We believe that allowing people to remain in their own homes is beneficial to keeping them in a familiar environment and reducing stressful situations which may arise in other settings.
Our Services Include:
- Specialist care for Dementia stages
- Advice on how family can support
- Medication Management
- Dementia friendly activities
- Working within multi-disciplinary teams
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People who suffer from Dementia can feel lonely or isolated at times, which can be a deliberating strain on their quality of life. One way you can help reduce these feelings is to simply take the time to talk with the person who has Dementia. This helps by building their confidence and reducing isolation.
Below we have outlined several tips for chatting to person with Dementia:
- Make time so you aren’t rushed
- Speak clearly and sit close enough for them to hear you
- Make sure their needs are met – e.g. the toilet, or are they hungry?
- Be conversational, don’t ask too many questions
- Be patient and don’t talk to them like they are a child
- Give them simple choices so they are not overwhelmed
Why Choose Us?
As one of the leading providers of Dementia Homecare in the UK, we pride ourselves on offering superior levels of support as and when it is needed. Our nurses and carers are trained to support those living with Dementia and can support loved ones on how to care for them. We work with Dementia Organisations such as John’s Campaign to ensure that family and friends are included every step of the way to ensure the highest quality care for the client and for peace of mind for their loved ones. We offer:
- Superior, bespoke Dementia Care packages
- Clinical expertise, with highly trained, skilled Registered Nurses and Carers
- The ability to work in conjunction with other medical professionals
- Live-in care for the person suffering from Dementia
- Knowledge of memory training activities to reduce symptoms
All pricing is customised for the personalised services you require to suit your specific needs. If you would like more information about our Dementia Care service and potential costs, please contact one of our experts who will be happy to help.