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Aspire Leisure Centre

Wood Lane, Stanmore

Middlesex

HA7 4AP

Tel: 0208954759

Typetalk: 18001 020 8954 5759

Email: info@aspire.org.uk

www.aspireleisurecentre.org.uk

 

 

                                                             Watford Mencap
                                      The Old Town Hall
                                        105, High Street
                                        Rickmansworth
                                         Hertfordshire

                                          WD3 1AN

                                Telephone: 01923 713620

                                       Fax: 01923 773976

                                                      E-mail: admin@watfordmencap.org

 

It can be difficult caring for a loved one with Dementia or Alzheimers. To give you a helping hand, we've created a series of online tutorials to give you an insight in how to better care for them.

These online classes will give you the understanding and support needed to give both your loved one and yourself a better quality of life.

To find out more and to access these valuable resources, follow this link:

http://www.homeinstead.co.uk/Online_Training_Tutorials.do

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A year ago, my 95 year old mother went into a Residential Care Home, where she was most unhappy.  She only stayed in for 2 weeks before I took her out, and then I had to make provision for some sort of care. I was recommended to Home instead by the Warden of my mother’s  Sheltered Accommodation.  I cannot speak highly enough of the team at Home Instead in Watford. They are always at the end of the phone for advice any time of day (and probably night, although I have never tried!). All the carers without exception give her exceptional care, and nothing seems to be too much trouble.  As well as looking after my mother’s needs, they clean her flat and do odd bits of shopping.  She is incapable of doing much for herself, which includes washing, getting dressed, and preparing any food or drinks.  My mother really looks forward to their visits and without them she probably would not be here today, or certainly back into a Care Home.      

Mrs VH - Denham