Dementia Care

Dementia is a collection of symptoms which affects mental processes in several ways, from impaired communication to memory loss. We understand that dementia is unique to each individual and therefore we get to know your loved one to implement a care plan that is tailored towards you or your loved one.

Studies have found that those diagnosed with dementia and choose to remain in their own home will slow down the confusion process due to their familiar surroundings. It is entirely possible to live well with dementia and continue to live life to the fullest – continuing with their favourite activities, remaining in their home, and enjoying time with their friends and family.

Our friendly and well-trained staff team will ensure that you or your loved one receive the best care for them and their personal experience with dementia.

We believe that our clients see a familiar face on a regular basis, with this in mind we believe that this consistency is invaluable when delivering dementia care.

When a family member is diagnosed with dementia, the effect on your entire family can be overwhelming and can trigger a range of emotions. We fully empathise with this difficult journey that you face together and are here to support the whole family.

Dementia care is unique to each individual and therefore we get to know your loved one to implement a care plan that is tailored and bespoke to the person.


• Remaining in the comfort of your own home and familiar surroundings
• Providing consistent support
• Avoiding the upheaval of relocating
• Peace of mind for family members and friends.
• Independence and living life on your terms.
• Flexible and adaptable care that can increase to suit your needs.
• Keeping the connections with neighbours and local friends and family
• Continued familiarity of your local community

We can support you with:

• Tailor made support packages and flexibility around your needs.
• Companionship and cognitive stimulation
• Company with hobbies
• Continued familiarity of your local community
• Working with clients and their loved ones to provide emotional support and respite.
• Shopping
• Laundry – washing/ ironing.
• Light housework
• Prescription collection
• Social interaction in the community
• Meal preparation
• Moving and handling
• Personal care and continence needs.