Dementia Awareness Week

This week, May 15-21, is the Alzheimer’s Societies Dementia Awareness week.
This year’s focus is on encouraging those who are concerned about dementia, either for themselves or a loved one, to voice their worries and confront dementia and alzheimer’s. 
The society wants people to acknowledge that they believe that life doesn’t end when dementia begins and here at Home Instead, we feel just the same. 
Our CAREGivers are here to offer support to the elderly and many of our CAREGivers have a wealth of experience and training in dementia care. Every one of our CAREGivers are patient, kind and focused on delivering high quality home care; enabling seniors to remain in their homes.
We believe that with our dedicated CAREGivers and exceptional method of delivering care, life after dementia and alzheimer’s can still be happy, fulfilling and meaningful. We are here to listen, care, comfort and bring joy to every client we see and want to ensure that dementia never gets in the way of a living happy life.
Peter Neighbour, our director here at Home Instead Watford is hosting a talk as part of the initiative ‘Dementia Friends’ in association with Alzheimer’s society on the 24th of May to show support for the society and to help raise awareness in the local community.

Office team
Family welcoming a Home Instead care manager into their home