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Dementia Care

Churchill home care dementia care

Churchill Home Care understands that not everyone’s needs are the same, therefore we can tailor a Dementia Care Package based on individual needs and requirements.

Churchill Home Care believes that where appropriate, offering people who suffer from dementia the opportunity to remain in a familiar friendly environment of their own at home with our dementia care. We can provide dementia home care to adults of all ages from 18 years up. At Churchill home care, we recognise that a change of routine and environment can be very daunting for someone who’s living with dementia. Churchill home care offer dementia home care rather than residential care, so loved ones can stay in the place of familiarity and love instead of nursing homes.

We offer support from trusted, trained and professional home carers and aim for our clients to retain independence and have a much higher quality of life. We are highly experienced in providing specialists to provide one-to-one dementia care at home, who are fully supported and managed by our local care management team. Our carers will maintain your loved one’s everyday routines and can ease the strain on your family with our dementia home care service. Our managers and carers have all undertaken extensive training and assessment to ensure they have all the skills to provide outstanding dementia home care. We are helping people every day to cope with the various challenges that come with dementia and memory loss. With Churchill home care, you have the peace of mind of a fully managed, licensed and regulated service of dementia care.

Contact us today to find out more about our dementia care services and the many other flexible options for care at home.

Dementia care is available both as Hourly Care from just £18 per hour or Live-In Care from £725 per week.

What is Dementia?

Dementia is a brain condition, which causes a gradual loss of mental ability, including problems with memory, understanding, judgement, thinking and language. It is incurable and ultimately terminal. But early diagnosis can help manage the condition and improve people’s lifestyles. Raising awareness about the condition can help people recognise the signs and symptoms and encourage them to visit their GP more quickly.

Dementia can be assisted with dementia care which is what Churchill offers keeping loved ones at ease within a known environment at home safe with dementia home care.

What are the symptoms of dementia?

Dementia is progressive and as such symptoms may gradually get worse over time.

Symptoms to look out for include:

  • memory loss
  • difficulty concentrating
  • finding it hard to carry out familiar daily tasks, such as getting confused over the correct change when shopping
  • struggling to follow a conversation or find the right word
  • being confused about time and place
  • mood changes
  • depression
Churchill home care dementia care

How is dementia diagnosed?

If you’re worried about your memory or think you may have dementia, it’s a good idea to see a GP.

If you’re worried about someone else’s memory problems, encourage them to make an appointment with a GP and perhaps suggest that you go with them.

Getting a diagnosis gives you and your family the best chance to prepare for the future.

With treatment and support from healthcare professionals, family, and friends, many people can lead active, fulfilling lives with dementia.

What to expect when you see a GP

A GP will ask about your symptoms and other aspects of your health.

They’ll also ask if you’re finding it difficult to manage everyday activities such as:

  • washing and dressing (personal care)
  • cooking and shopping
  • paying bills

It may be a good idea to take a family member or friend at your GP appointment, so they can describe any changes or problems they’ve noticed. They could also help you remember what was said at the appointment if this is difficult for you.

The GP will do a physical examination and may organise tests, such as a blood test and urine test.

You’ll also be asked to do a memory or cognitive test to check any problems with your memory or ability to think clearly.

What to expect after diagnosis

After you’ve been diagnosed with dementia, Your GP should arrange to see you from time to time, to check how you’re managing.

The memory service where you were assessed may also continue to see you in the early stages. During a follow-up appointment with a GP, or another healthcare professional, they’ll check how the dementia is progressing and if you have any new care needs.

Ongoing appointments are also a chance to talk about your plans for the future, such as Lasting Power of Attorney, to take care of your future welfare or financial needs, or an advance statement about your future care. The GP and the specialist may also jointly prescribe medicines that may help some of the symptoms of dementia. Furthermore, you could have a carer visiting to assist you with dementia care.

Contact us today to find out more about our dementia care services and the many other flexible options for care at home.

For more information about the Hourly Care Services that we provide, please click ‘here’.

please click ‘here’ for a direct link to our price plans and home care packages.For more information about the Live-In Care Services that we provide, 

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