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Dealing with dementia is a challenging proposition. That is why our live in dementia care services can help you with the support of a trained live in carer; your Dementia care plan is tailored entirely around the needs of the individual. This ensures that you or your loved ones can continue to make your own lifestyle choices while remaining in the comfort of familiar surroundings.

Caring for someone with Dementia at home can be difficult for you and your family. That’s where we can help.

Five Tips To Help You Interact More Positively With Your Loved One Without Feeling Like It Is a Burden

1) You need to get their attention. Dementia patients have a shorter attention span than others. You need to meet their eyes for contact when you talk to them.

2) Use simple words when communicating. Do not make your conversation too complicated.

3) Ask them yes or no questions. Wait for them to reply before you move onto the next one.

4) Every activity needs to be broken down into steps because that is the only way they will understand.

5) Use a positive tone as much as possible. Your body language and voice tell them everything they need to know.

What are The 7 Stages Of Dementia?

Commonly known as “The 7 Stages Of Alzheimer’s”, this Resiberg framework is used to measure the effects of dementia on an individual. These are as follows:

Stage 1. No impairment – Dementia isn’t detectable and there are no memory problems

Stage 2. Very mild decline – The individual may experience very minor memory problems

Stage 3. Mild decline – Cognitive problems are noticeable

Stage 4. Moderate decline – Clear cut symptoms of dementia are apparent

Stage 5. Moderately severe decline – Additional assistance is required with most day-to-day tasks

Stage 6. Severe decline – The individual requires constant supervision and professional care

Stage 7. Very severe decline – The individual loses the ability to communicate or respond to their environment

Why choose live-in dementia care?

  • Friends and family can still visit as easily as before.
  • An individual’s own home is filled with happy memories, which can be both stimulating and comforting to those living with dementia.
  • While in their own home, an individual is less likely to be awake during the night. If they do struggle to sleep, there is someone there just to look after them, on a one to one basis.
  • While in their own home, an individual is less likely to be awake during the night. If they do struggle to sleep, there is someone there just to look after them, on a one to one basis.
  • People feel a comforting sense of safety in a familiar environment, rather than a care home that can be quite a noisy environment

What Our Clients Say About Our Live In Dementia Care Service:

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Dementia Care?
Dementia care is where a package of care is delivered from expert carers for individuals with a diagnosis of dementia who may longer be able to live independently at home. This type of care is to help maintain the psychological and physical well-being of dementia patients, but above all to keep them safe.
Can dementia get worse suddenly?
Symptoms of vascular dementia are similar to Alzheimer's disease, although memory loss may not be as obvious in the early stages. Symptoms can sometimes develop suddenly and quickly get worse, but they can also develop gradually over many months or years.
What causes dementia to worsen?
Damage to small blood vessels deep in the brain can cause dementia that worsens gradually, like Alzheimer's disease. When damage is due to a major stroke (potentially due to the blockage of a major blood vessel) or a series of small strokes, symptoms occur suddenly
Can dementia get better?
Treatment of dementia depends on its cause. In the case of most progressive dementias, including Alzheimer's disease, there is no cure and no treatment that slows or stops its progression. But there are drug treatments that may temporarily improve symptoms.
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UK Areas:

Live In Dementia Care Berkshire

Live In Dementia Care Berkshire

Live In Dementia Care Berkshire from Bracknell to Reading, Slough to Windsor and Wokingham to Newbury

Live In Dementia Care Bristol

Live In Dementia Care Bristol

Live In Dementia Care Bristol, from Ashley to Bishopston, Cabot to Easton and Hillfields to Lawrence Hill

Live In Dementia Care Cornwall

Live In Dementia Care Cornwall

Live In Dementia Care Cornwall, from Penzance to Bodmin, Newquay to St Austell and Truro to Camborne

Live In Dementia Care Devon

Live In Dementia Care Devon

Live In Dementia Care Devon, from Plymouth to Paignton, Exeter to Exmouth and Torquay to Tiverton

Live In Dementia Care Dorset

Live In Dementia Care Dorset<

Live In Dementia Care Dorset, Bournemouth to Bridport, Poole to Portland and Dorchester to Christchurch

Live In Dementia Care Gloucestershire

Live In Dementia Care Gloucestershire

Live In Dementia Care Gloucestershire, from Cheltenham to Stroud, Gloucester to Tewkesbury and Cirencester to Dursley

Live In Dementia Care Hampshire

Live In Dementia Care Hampshire

Live In Dementia Care Hampshire, from Ringwood to Basingstoke, The New Forest to Portsmouth and Winchester to Southampton

Live In Dementia Care Herefordshire

Live In Dementia Care Herefordshire

Live In Dementia Care Herefordshire, from Hereford to Leominster, Ledbury to Bromyard and Kington to Credenhill

Live In Dementia Care London

Live In Dementia Care London

Live In Dementia Care London from Croydon to Barnet, Newham to Ealing and Enfield to Bromley

Live In Dementia Care Oxfordshire

Live In Dementia Care Oxfordshire

Live In Dementia Care Oxfordshire, from Banbury to Oxford, Bicester to Didcot and Witney to Abingdon

Live In Dementia Care Shropshire

Live In Dementia Care Shropshire

Live In Dementia Care Shropshire, from Telford to Shrewsbury, Oswestry to Bridgnorth and Newport to Ludlow

Live In Dementia Care Somerset

Live In Dementia Care Somerset

Live In Dementia Care Somerset, from Bath to Bridgwater, Chard to Minehead and Taunton to Yeovil

Live In Dementia Care Surrey

Live In Dementia Care Surrey

Live In Dementia Care Surrey from Camberley to Dorking, Egham to Epsom and Farnham to Guildford

Live In Dementia Care Warwickshire

Live In Dementia Care Warwickshire

Live In Dementia Care Warwickshire, from Nuneaton to Rugby, Royal Leamington Spa to Warwick and Bedworth to Stratford-upon-Avon

Live In Dementia Care West Midlands

Live In Dementia Care West Midlands

Live In Dementia Care West Midlands, from Birmingham to Coventry, Dudley to Sutton Coldfield and Walsall to Wolverhampton

Live In Dementia Care Wiltshire

Live In Dementia Care Wiltshire

Live In Dementia Care Wiltshire, from Swindon to Melksham, Salisbury to Trowbridge and Chippenham to Amesbury

Live In Dementia Care Worcestershire

Live In Dementia Care Worcestershire

Live In Dementia Care Worcestershire, from Worcester to Redditch, Kidderminster to Malvern and Bromsgrove to Evesham

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