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Do You Have A Relative Living With Dementia? Here’s Why Live-In Home Care Is The Best Option For Them Starting From £725

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At Churchill Home Care we pride ourselves on the ability to deliver a high standard and quality care service to all of our customers. We specialize in caring for individuals living with Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, which is why we recommend Live-In Home Care.

Our caring and compassionate staff at Churchill Home Care are professionally trained and qualified to assist and support people who are sadly living with the often debilitating disease that is Alzheimer’s and Dementia. 

You may be reaching a point where more substantial and consistent care is required for your relative. Perhaps they are living alone and are now becoming a potential hazard to themselves or the community. Often times families consider having their loved one move into a residential care environment as they feel that their relatives will be safer in an environment like this. 

However, groundbreaking research has shown that drastically changing dementia patients’ environments can have a heavy impact on the rate in which the disease negatively affects the brain and increases the degeneration of neurons faster. 

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Meaning that the chance your relative’s Dementia or Alzheimers symptoms will progressively worsen if moved into a residential care environment, or another environment in general. 

Churchill Home Care’s Live-In Home Care is specialized and tailored exactly to your loved one’s needs and requirements. Our professionally trained staff are experienced and completely competent in caring and for patients who are living with heartbreaking diseases which are dementia and Alzheimers.

 

Live-In Home Care is an excellent choice for people who are struggling with Dementia and Alzheimers because they have the luxury of round the clock support and care, whilst remaining in the familiarity and comfort of their own home. We discussed earlier in the blog the negative impacts changing the home environment of somebody with Dementia or Alzheimer’s can have on the rate of deterioration of the disease. Having a Live-In Carer means that your loved one gets to stay in their own home, whilst staying safe with the support and care of one of our carers at the fraction of the cost of residential care. 

Our specialized Live-In Home Care packages are ‘specialized’ because our staff is specifically trained to deal with and support people who are in need of a higher level of care service. We understand that caring with somebody who struggles with Dementia and Alzheimers Disease requires a lot of experience, patience, and skill to ensure that our customers keep a good quality of life as well as their dignity. 

Dementia and Alzheimer’s require a high level of specialised care. Our Live-In Specialised Care Service means that our caring and compassionate carers can help support your relative with a gold standard of personal care and hygiene, administration of medicine, general housekeeping, support and attend day trips, events and appointments as well as reliable, and friendly companionship. Companionship is an important element of a carers role, and we take extra care in matching your loved one with a carer, to ensure that there is a true and natural friendship established. When matching a carer to a customer we take the below into consideration:

  • If you need a carer with specialist training.
  • If you prefer a male or female carer.
  • If the carer shares your hobbies or interests.
  • If the carer is comfortable looking after animals.

Our personal and professional Live-In Care Service starts from just £725

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

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

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