The effects of dementia and alzheimer’s disease can be very distressing to manage for both the sufferer and their caring family. HomeCaring provide a range of specialised in- home care services which include qualified individuals trained to 24 hour care for dementia and the effect of its symptoms.
Often the effects of dementia and dementia care are felt the most keenly by close family carers who find it difficult to manage the needs and expectations of their loved ones, particularly as the disease develops. Home Caring services aims to avoid unhealthy isolation from other friends and family in an effort to improve conditions at home. We focus on calming our clients to help them have a better quality of life. We also promote mind stimulation exercises which can potentially delay the development of dementia.
Caring for someone with dementia doesn’t have to be undertaken alone and in-home palliative care from Home Caring can assist with creating warm, comfortable and familiar environments which generate far less stress than residential dementia care.
Our dementia care services enable family and loved ones to better understand the demands and priorities of their loved ones, providing aged care & dementia care support networks and plans for the future.
Our specialty aged, health and disability services offer compassionate and qualified nurses who understand dementia and its effects. We can help you and your family with daily tasks like personal grooming, social outings and doctor’s appointments, developing routines which minimise the stress and discomfort of individuals suffering from symptoms and help them to live more independently for longer.
Home Caring can assist with discovering of, and integration with, professional support respite care and overnight respite networks designed to facilitate independent living and peaceful home environments.
Contact us for a comprehensive consultation which will help to develop a productive DementiaCare & 24 Hour Care Plan to manage your loved one’s dementia care and identify the type assistance with alzheimer’s disease they might require.