Dementia Care Services
Dementia Care Services
At Homehelpwatford, we believe in providing compassionate and sensitive dementia care. Our goal is to help residents live meaningful and happy lives, regardless of the type of dementia they have or their current symptoms.
We provide quality dementia care and support regardless of your symptoms or needs. We treat all our clients with compassion, respect and patience so that you can develop confidence and trust in us. We build a professional relationship with you, understanding your medical needs, routines and preferences to design a dementia care plan that is specific to you and your way of life. Our staff are trained to notice mood and behavioural changes and can react flexibly and responsively to solve any discomfort or distress you may experience.
Helping a loved one coping with dementia and memory loss can be difficult. Home Help Watford provides practical support, advice, and reassurance. We can provide professional and fully trained care assistants for daycare at home as often as you need it, as well as respite care and live-in care.
Our team has a lot of experience to share with you, which can help you feel better equipped to handle any situation that comes up. We can also provide you with information on useful outside resources, including local dementia groups and support networks. Having familiarity, regular routines, and being cared for at home can all help to slow the progression of many common dementia symptoms. There are many more options available for someone living with a progressed form of dementia than just residential care.
Please contact Home Help Watford today for help and advice on the care and support services available to you in your own home. or call 01923 800100 to enquire how we can fulfil your Home Care needs.
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FAQs On Dementia Care.
What is dementia care?
Dementia care involves providing support and assistance to individuals who have been diagnosed with dementia, a group of brain disorders that affect memory, thinking, behaviour, and the ability to perform daily activities. It may involve helping with tasks such as bathing, dressing, and eating, as well as providing companionship and support for managing behavioural challenges. Dementia care may be provided in a variety of settings, including at home, in assisted living facilities, and in nursing homes.
How to care for someone with vascular dementia?
To care for someone with vascular dementia, it is important to provide a safe and supportive environment, communicate clearly and patiently, and encourage the person to participate in activities that they enjoy. It is also important to involve the person's healthcare team and follow their recommendations for treatment.
Can a patient with dementia refuse care?
Yes, a patient with dementia has the right to refuse care, just like any other competent adult. However, it is important to consider the potential consequences of refusing care and to ensure that the patient fully understands their decision. If the patient is unable to make decisions for themselves due to their dementia, a guardian or healthcare power of attorney may be responsible for making decisions on their behalf.