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Dementia Visiting Care Services

Dementia Visiting Care Services

Dementia Live-in Home Care

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Find out more about our round the clock support in the comfort of your own home, from our dedicated team of specialist dementia carers

Specialist care in the comfort of your own home

Sometimes a full time Live-in carer may not be necessary for dementia patients, and they just need a helping hand and a familiar face around the house every now and again. Our fully vetted, specialist Dementia trained carers are here to help and can offer you, or your loved one, the right level of support you need in the comfort of your own home.

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What is Dementia visiting care?

Visiting care is a great way to receive quality care within the comfort of your own home. From help with getting up in the mornings to respite care for your usual caregiver, Abicare can help you live with more independence and control over your day-to-day life. Dementia Home Care also gives a well deserved break to those who are currently looking after the Dementia Care service user.

With visiting Dementia Care you can choose the time of day, length of visit and frequency of your visiting home care service. Whatever your needs, our carers are on hand to make sure your daily routine runs smoothly so you are able to remain living comfortably and safely in your own home.

Learn more below about the many benefits of using our visiting care service or ask Abicare a question today.

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Visiting care for dementia patients

At Abicare, we have a number of specialist carers who are experienced in working with dementia patients and understand their specific, unique needs. We will always encourage our service users to live as independently as possible. Visiting care for dementia patients might include the following:

  • Personal care – bathing, dressing, going to the toilet and supervision of medicine
  • Light housework – laundry, shopping or walking the dog
  • Help with preparing your favourite meals
  • Accompanying you on trips
  • Companionship – the smallest things really can make the biggest difference, especially for dementia patients. It’s important for service users with dementia to have a familiar face around the house so that they feel assured and have continuity in their day-to-day life
  • Physical and mental support, especially if a service user feels scared, confused, disorientated or anxious
  • Encouragement with physical and recreational activities if possible, for example, going for a short walk, going to the cinema, or meeting a friend for coffee
  • Running essential errands, for example collecting your medication or doing a food shop
  • Respite Care – If you are someone’s regular caregiver, and you need some extra support or a break, our team of carers can step in and help and give you peace of mind knowing that your loved one is receiving the high quality of care that they are used to

Our specialist carers are on hand to provide visiting care services to dementia patients in the comfort of their own home. Get in touch today to find out more about visiting dementia care.

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