Live in Dementia Care

Arbour Care are specialists of live in dementia care. We have incredible one-on-one support when it comes to looking after your loved ones as we understand that a personal approach is needed when it comes to the needs of dementia patients. We are able to tailor the care as we know that everyone is different.

Dementia has the ability to interfere with everyday life, and it can be hard for you to see your loved one’s quality of life come into question. That’s why we here at Arbour Care can help both simultaneously put your mind at rest knowing that someone is always at hand, whilst reinstating a better quality of life with a live in carer.

Many people may not fully understand what options are available to them when it comes to care. This is something we can help you with, we believe that one of the best ways to improve the quality of life for those suffering from dementia is by having the option to stay in their own home. That way, your loved one has someone at hand 24 hours a day to help take care of their needs. Our carers will be there to help your loved with day to day tasks and to keep them company. Offering them support every step of the way and keeping you up to date with everything.

If live in dementia care sounds just like what your loved one needs, then please get in contact with our hardworking and diligent team at Arbour Companions and Care. We have had many years of experience in this area and our team are constantly learning more about dementia and ways in which we can make our live in care better for your loved ones.

24-hour live-in care service for dementia patients

Our service centres around the fact that a carer will be available for your loved one, 24/7. If you have any questions about the services that we provide or any of the activities that we carry out then please get in contact with a member of our team today. Having a live-in carer can help in a variety of ways such as:

  • Meal planning – ensuring that your loved one is eating
  • Taking care of household tasks such as washing, ironing, and tidying
  • Helping your loved one to use the bathroom
  • Encouragement of social activities
  • Encouragement of exercise by partaking in walks or excursions
  • Establishing a regular routine

How do Arbour Care help with dementia live in care?

At Arbour Care we understand that there isn’t a one size fits all. Everyone has their own specific needs and that is why we tailor our care plans to how your loved one lives to disrupt their routine as little as possible. We understand that this is a difficult decision, we pride ourselves on our levels of care. If you would like to know more, then please check out our testimonials section on our website for more information. We aim to provide the best service possible to ensure a fantastic quality of life for your loved ones.

There may come a time when the person living with Alzheimer's disease or dementia will need more care than can be provided at home. During the middle stages of Alzheimer's, it becomes necessary to provide 24-hour supervision to keep the person with dementia safe.

For further detailing on the ‘correct’ time to enquire about Dementia Homecare, be sure to contact our specialists at Arbour Care.

Although Homecare is not a total requirement for those suffering from Dementia, it is a strong recommendation that they receive as much care as possible. Homecare can improve mood, and decrease agitation. Meeting personal and medical needs at night or during the day. Nighttime can be fraught with anxiety if you are taking care of a family member.

Alzheimer's disease progressively destroys brain cells over time, so during the early stages of dementia, many do recognise something is wrong, but not everyone is aware. They may know they are supposed to recognise you, but they can't.

Overall and generally speaking, we dedicate our service to easing life for Dementia patients. Pointing out moments in which they are confused will cause further stress and won’t be progressive in a caring environment.

Even if they don't understand their error, correcting them may embarrass or be otherwise unpleasant for them. It's never a good idea to argue with a person who has dementia. First of all, you can't win. And second, it will probably upset them or even make them angry.

Our Homecare service is carried out by specialists that are highly experienced and trained in aiding those suffering from dementia and fulfil the requirements of those in need to maximum efficiency.

It's common for people with Alzheimer's disease to stop eating or drinking in the later stages. At any time, about 10% to 15% of people who have it don't eat or drink enough and lose weight. This becomes more of a problem as the disease gets worse.

Our carers are highly trained in aiding those suffering from Dementia and encouraging them to follow a healthy and balanced diet.

  • "The carers have been very good, one even using her free time to visit the husband in hospital and really going the extra mile."

    ED Westcott

  • "The  care that Jola provides is fabulous in every respect. I cannot praise her highly enough for the patience she shows with. It was a happy day when she came to us "

    RL Englefield Green

  • "As far as I am concerned, Roberta has been an absolute rock for our family. Completely unselfish in her care and invaluable."

    CB Guildford