Memory, Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care
Seniors with memory loss and dementia have a broad range of needs. It takes a great deal of patience and kindness to lovingly guide them through this stage of life. Enlisting the help of a senior carer can provide many benefits, from social stimulation to an extra set of eyes and ears in the home.
For example, as occasional forgetfulness or lack of focus starts to be more pronounced, the carer can report this to the family and/or the senior’s GP or specialist. This allows experts to track the progression of the condition and make changes to the senior’s care as appropriate.
Every person is different and has their own expectations, so knowing the individual well is helpful. Seniors Helping Seniors carers become advocates and memory keepers for our clients and help ensure their wishes are fulfilled.
Identifying if Your Loved one is Experiencing Early Stages of Dementia
Is your loved one, experiencing difficulty with:
Is your loved one, struggling with short-term memory, such as:
Forgetting where they left an item?
Failing to recall why they entered a particular room?
Forgetting to attend appointments, take medication, or keep up with other commitments?
Is your loved one, struggling to communicate thoughts?
Is your loved one, experiencing mood changes like depression?
Is your loved one, losing interest in favourite activities or hobbies?
These may be signs of the early stages of Memory Loss, Dementia or Alzheimer’s, it may not. After consulting with your loved one’s GP or specialist, contact Seniors Helping Seniors home care to see how we can be of assistance.
How can Seniors Helping Seniors Make a Difference?
Caring for a loved one with dementia can be very stressful. Our carers help shoulder that burden so you can focus on spending more quality time with your loved one. Our team members understand the impacts of memory impairment, and have experience in how to care for a senior with dementia and how to be of assistance to you.
When Memory Loss, Dementia or Alzheimer’s pose serious challenges to the health and happiness of a loved one and are negatively impacting their relationships with everyone close to them, Seniors Helping Seniors in-home care can be a valuable component of your support network.
The same person or same few people visit to enable the best possible outcomes, limit risks of infection and increase understanding.
The Memory, Dementia and Alzheimer’s care we provide is out of scope for the regulators meaning regulation is not required for the support services we provide.
References from customers, GP’s, ageing experts and social prescribers best describe our outstanding standards in this regard.
We are available to help day or night.
Seniors Helping Seniors home care will provide a carer who understands the ageing process, is suited to provide the care you require. We manage the services we provide you expertly and professionally for your peace of mind and your satisfaction. The terms of business are flexible in your favour to allow you to react and respond to what is most important to you and your loved one.
Seniors Helping Seniors private in home elderly care allows you to budget efficiently whilst retaining the flexibility and the security you require.
Cooking and Shopping
Assistance with Activities of Daily Living
Light Handyman Services
Mailing Letters and Bills
Escort to Appointments & Events
Outings and Trips
Learning and Hobbies
Dementia and Alzheimer's Care
Overnight Stays and 24-Hour Care
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