We have thirty years experience of supporting people living with all forms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s, from early to late stages. Dealing with memory lapse and loss can be bewildering and confusing.
Dementia can be progressive and each person’s journey will be different. For this reason, please see “How We Work” in our Care Planning section. This details the steps in engaging carer(s) to support you, from assessment needs, to your tailored care plan, daily and weekly planning of your care, regular monitoring as well as multi-disciplinary team (MTD) meetings between ourselves and the relevant representatives from the medical community.
Dementia and Loneliness” study was published by the Alzheimer Society of Ireland (28.01.19) and confirmed that “access to home care support and public nurses enabled families to manage living life with dementia.” Our role is to help people with dementia stay in their own home with its familiar surroundings for as long as possible, and to support their family in facilitating this.
There is an estimated 55,000 people with dementia in Ireland and for every one person with dementia three others are directly affected and most people with dementia live at home (63%) Source: www.alzeimher.ie. Wordwide, 47 million people live with dementia (source Irish Times 28.01.19).
Let us help you. Consider professional and trained home carers for as little or as long as you like.
We have our own inhouse training department with a wide range of QQI courses in caring and a certified Training Manager so you can rest assured that our carers are very well trained and highly experienced. Our carers know the sensitivities of assisting some-one with dementia.
Whether you need full time, part time care or family respite for people with dementia, we can help.
In addition to the sensitive care required at this time, carers prioritise these three areas during their visit, to ensure comfort and well-being: