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Dementia Care in the comfort of your own home
Find bespoke care for your loved ones at home

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Outstanding Dementia care within 24 hours

A dementia diagnosis can be overwhelming and a challenging time for family. Dementia can have a huge impact on a person’s life affecting communication, independence and in some cases mobility, therefore increasing the risk of falls. According to research, people living in care home are three times more likely to experience a fall than those receiving live-in care at home. Dementia care at home offers condition-led support  to enable you to live safely in the familiarity and comfort of your own home.

The term ‘dementia’ refers to a range of symptoms, that includes memory loss and challenges in thinking, problem-solving, or language. Initially, these changes may be subtle, but for individuals with dementia, they progress to a point where they significantly impact daily functioning. Research shows that there are more than 944, 000 people in the UK alone who have dementia. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia, affecting up to 70% of those diagnosed. Further research suggests that by 2030, it is estimated that more than 1 million people will be diagnosed with dementia.

What do dementia carers do?

The level of care provided often depends on the type and stage of dementia as symptoms progress at different stages. At Fine Care, our specialist dementia carers will assess your unique needs to plan personalised care to promote independence and safety at home. Your live-in carer will be on hand to help with everyday and meaningful tasks such as:

Personal care

Your private carer will support you with personal care and hygiene tasks such as washing, toileting and incontinence care, dressing, hair, oral and skin care.

Medication management

Your trained dementia carer will be competent in effectively managing medications in a way that reduces the risk of error and harm.

Mobility and fall prevention

Mobility care aims to provide the necessary support to prevent falls and enhance quality of life. Your trained dementia carer will be on hand to support you with safe movement around the home.

Meal preparation and diet planning

Cooking your favourite meals according to dietary, nutritional and preferred requirements.

Light housekeeping

Maintaining your home by carrying out light housekeeping duties such as hoovering, dusting, mopping, laundry, gardening.

Pet care

Your private carer will be on hand to provide love and care to your household pets.

 

What are the benefits of dementia care at home?

  • Bespoke and personalised care plan tailored to your individual needs, wishes and preferences

  • Outstanding care by one of our highly skilled private carers specialising in dementia care

  • Daily routines established and maintained in the comfort of your own home

  • Acknowledges and uses the skills and life experiences of the person with dementia

  • Emotionally nurturing experiences which increase self-esteem and help the person to feel valued.

  • Opportunity for more social time with family

  • Continuity and quality care in the familiarity and comfort of your own home

  • Staying in your own home avoids the potential risk of selling your property

  • Avoidance of separation from pets

  • Support with household chores such as cleaning, shopping and laundry

  • Freedom to choose what you eat and when you eat, with meals prepared for you if you desire

  • Couples and partners continue to stay together at home

How to arrange care in 3 easy steps

1

Speak to our team

With no obligation, call us on our freephone number 0800 001 6402 or complete the contact form to arrange a call back 

2

Plan your care

After assessing your unique needs, we will carefully select some of our finest carers for you to consider

3

Your care begins

Your selected finest carer will arrive to your home and your care will continue for as long as you wish and need

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