By 2021 there will be over 940,000 people living with dementia and this will soar to over 1.7 million by 2050.These are not just statistics; they represent millions of families with loved ones who require special care, both at home and in nursing homes. If you are struggling to care for a loved one with dementia it is important to remember you are not alone. Almost 2,000 families like yours have trusted Home Instead to provide one-on-one home care for loved ones with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.
Repeated questions, confusion about people or time, disorientation, neglected hygiene and nutrition - caring for someone with dementia takes a great deal of patience, empathy and love - this type of care can cause an enormous amount of stress to a family carer.
The Home Instead person-centred approach, backed by advanced research and CAREGiver education, can help your loved one to cope with the challenges of Alzheimer's/Dementia, while enabling them to continue doing what they can on their own in the comfort of their own home.
Our CAREGivers are trained to provide the highest quality of customised care that:-
Manage changing behaviour/Provide mind-stimulating activities/Create social interaction and so much more. However, more importantly our services are a valuable, trusted solution to help your loved one maintain a regular routine, enhancing his or her quality of life with dignity.