People with dementia or Alzheimers generally feel more secure in their home surroundings where everything is familiar and Halo Homecare has been trusted to provide Dementia Care for clients in their own homes since 1993. Whether you require live-in, waking or sleeping nights, long days or respite care, we’re here to help.
Knowing the importance of structure and familiarity for a person affected by dementia, our team will listen to your loved one and take careful note of their history and preferences to ensure that they can continue to follow their normal routines. They are expertly trained to recognise how the disease presents and the importance of effective communication. They are there to help prompt, reassure and encourage so that a person affected by dementia can continue to make personal choices and live as independently as possible.
Most of all, our carers provide complete peace of mind that your loved one is in safe hands and receiving the exact level of one to support that that they require.
Clients with Dementia need a great deal of reassurance and support to help them feel less isolated and more oriented. With full-time one-to-one care in the home with skilled carers, the quality of life, both for those with the condition and for their families, is greatly enhanced. This is a much loved alternative to leaving the familiar surroundings of home and moving into a care facility.
Halo Homecarer ensures that our care providers understand how dementia and Alzheimers affect older people and have the knowledge and skills to provide sympathetic care and support through different stages. We also offer information, advice and reassurance to families during this difficult time.
A Dementia care plan is carefully tailored to the individual needs of the client, including an assessment of specific symptoms that are being experienced. By conducting a full home assessment while working with clients, their families, their GPs and other healthcare professionals, we are able to provide a complete Dementia care plan that meets the specific needs of the individual.
Please contact us if you would like to know more about our services to help those with dementia to continue living at home.