Dementia Care Support
At Ablecross Care Services we believe that everybody has the right to live the fullest life available to them, and we work hard to enable our clients with dementia to continue living their chosen lifestyle safely and for as long as possible.
As you may already know, dementia can be a challenging condition to live with whether you are the person with the condition or if you care for someone who has it. Dementia affects more than 850,000 people in the UK and the figure is growing at an unprecedented rate. By 2051, over 2 million people will have been diagnosed with a type of dementia. These are not just statistics; they represent the millions of families with loved ones who require special care and support to live a fulfilled life with dementia.
Every day is different, and the care and support required can vary dramatically from day-to-day. In addition to this, caring for someone with dementia requires specialist communication, behavioural skills, and routine to ensure identity is maintained and dignity preserved.
Our dementia care staff undergo specialist training in Dementia Awareness and Dementia Care, ensuring they are equipped with the necessary knowledge and understanding of each stage of this condition.
Through flexible, tailored care we encourage clients to carry out their daily tasks to the best of their abilities and support them in doing so rather than 'taking over'. This helps maintain a sense of independence and control that is so important and can make a big difference to their quality of life.
Ablecross Dementia care is tailored to meet each person's specific needs such as:
• Helps your loved one remain safe at home
• Personal care and support
• Builds confidence and encourages engagement
• Can provide nutritious meals and mealtime activities to encourage healthy eating
• Creates opportunities for social interaction
• Assistance to keep up hobbies such as music, crafts, exercise, cooking, and gardening
• Builds self-esteem and enhances physical strength
• Helps to understand different behaviours and needs
• Respite care for family members, including live-in or night care
• Assistance in participating in the local community through visits to libraries, clubs, places of worship, leisure centres or shopping.
If you would like more information please contact us on 01277725430 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org