East Cheshire Dementia Care

Our Care Professionals are skilled and trained to provide your loved one with Dementia care in East Cheshire, where they feel safe, independent and cared for at home.

What is Dementia Care

Understanding dementia and the care involved can sometimes be confusing. Typically, dementia care is the specialised support given to people living with dementia by skilled and compassionate Care Professionals who are trained and experienced in providing specialist care.

Our care is tailored to help your loved one maintain their independence and dignity as the disease progresses. Care plans are personalised to meet individual’s specific needs and conditions, taking into account their stage of dementia and any other related health concerns.

In dementia care, we also focus on safety, ensuring that individual’s homes are secure to prevent accidents, falls and wandering, which are common in dementia due to confusion and memory loss. Emotional support is a big part of it too, not just for your loved one living with dementia but also for family members who might be struggling to cope.

No matter the type of personal care services you need, our services extend to any situation, condition and circumstance where you might need professional care for your relative or loved one.

Dementia Care services in East Cheshire

Our dementia care services in East Cheshire cover a variety of different levels of support. Our personalised plans are tailored to meet the needs of your loved one, to help alleviate the stresses and challenges that make living with dementia difficult.

From help with daily tasks to being a friendly face to talk to, our Professional Carers can help with a variety of services, including:

  • Help with daily living activities and tasks like bathing, taking a shower, dressing, toileting, and eating.
  • Assistance with medication and setting reminders to make sure all prescribed medications are taken correctly and on time.
  • Meal planning and preparation to help cook and serve nutritious meals.
  • Help with light housekeeping tasks such as hoovering, laundry, tidying up, and maintaining a safe living space.
  • Becoming a friendly face and helping your loved one engage in meaningful activities, conversation, hobbies and outings.
  • Checking for safety hazards and making sure your loved one is living in a safe and secure environment to prevent accidents or wandering.
  • Working with healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses, and therapists, to ensure holistic care and management of dementia-related symptoms.
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What are the benefits of using Dementia Care in East Cheshire

We understand how challenging caring for someone with dementia can be, which is why it can help to seek support and care from trained professionals. There are many advantages of dementia care at home, including:

  • Personalised Care: Support that is tailored to your loved one’s needs and preferences. Our care plans are developed based on the stage of dementia, personal interests, and abilities to ensure that the care your loved one recieves at home is the best it can be.
  • Specialised Care: Our Professional Carers are trained and experienced in supporting the unique challenges associated with dementia, including memory loss, behavioural changes, and communication difficulties. Having worked with hundreds of families, we understand the specific needs of individuals with dementia and can provide the type of care that enables their independence whilst keeping them safe at home.
  • Respite for Primary Caregivers: Our dementia care services provide respite for family caregivers who need to take a break from being the sole and primary caregiver. With our help, you can rest and recharge, knowing that your loved one is receiving the care they need whilst you look after your own well-being.

When is Dementia Care necessary

It can be hard to know when to seek care for your loved one or relative living with dementia and it’s often a personal and challenging decision.

The main concern is the individual’s well-being and whether they need constant care and supervision to prevent any accidents or wandering. It’s also important to consider whether they are living in a safe environment and are enjoying a good, quality life. If their dementia is getting worse, it may be time to arrange dementia care.

Read our blog on creating a dementia friendly home environment.

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Arranging Dementia Care in East Cheshire

Understanding Dementia and Alzheimer’s isn’t always easy. If you’ve made the decision to arrange dementia care, or if you’re unsure and need some friendly guidance, our team can listen to your worries and concerns. You can call us on 01625 860992 or visit your local office:

Unit 1&2, Roadside Court,
Alderley Road,
SK11 9AP

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Dementia Care East Cheshire: FAQs

What is the most aggressive form of dementia?
Rapidly progressive dementias (RPDs) are often considered to be the “most aggressive” types of dementia as they are rare, progress quickly, are difficult to diagnose.

What are the signs dementia is getting worse?
As dementia progresses, memory loss and communication become severe. Advanced dementia symptoms include mobility problems without aid, increased behavioural problems like agitation, aggression and occasionally hallucinations, incontinence and weight loss.

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