Dementia and Alzheimer's care

Dementia and Alzheimer's Care "There is hope in dementia, it lies in how we provide care"* 

Dementia and Alzheimer's home care
Help and home care support dementia
Dementia describes different brain disorders that trigger a loss of brain function. These conditions are all usually progressive and eventually severe.  
Alzheimer's disease is the most common type of dementia, affecting 62 per cent of those diagnosed. There are 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, with numbers set to rise to over 1 million by 2025.  
There is no cure for Alzheimer's disease or any other type of dementia, however it is possible to live well with the right support and help. This support and help  
comes in many forms from many different people including health and social care professionals, legal professionals, the local community, and voluntary or charitable organisations.  
At Nest Homecare, we understand that dementia does not define a person and and we ensure that our staff and personalised Care Plans are flexible and adaptable in order to help clients have the most positive experience. We engage in meaningful activity based around the client's preferences, background and circumstances. 
We are on-hand to provide advice on all aspects linked the condition and can help sign-post you and your family towards finding the right help and support every step of the way. 
Whatever the stage and whatever the challenge you are facing, we're here to help. 
*quote from The Dawn Method 
It's all about providing Person-centred care 
At Nest we understand the effects that dementia can have on some-one's life and how it impacts their experiences. Our Care Workers are selected on their ability to see things from the perspective of the person with dementia and so they can focus on life history, personality, likes, dislikes and how the person feels rather than what they remember. We constantly provide experience-based training to all staff so there is continual improvement in our learning. 
Nest will support your loved one to take part in stimulating activities that they enjoy - helping them remain independent, happy and safe whether that's looking at old photos and memorabilia or a visit to the shops. Every person is different, and dementia afffects every person in a different way.  
Our main priority is to treat every client as an individual which is why we will tailor a care programme to your exact needs.  
We work with national and local organisations, such as The Alzheimer's Society and Dementia UK to help train and develop our Care Team so we can provide person-centred care.  
It is our goal to provide the very best support to clients and their families. We are active within the local community supporting people with dementia by taking part in fundraising activities. Many of our Care Team are Dementia Friends Champions and frequently hold Dementia Friends sessions enabling our staff, local businesses and people to become Dementia Friends themselves - something we are extremely passionate about. 
How we can help - supporting people living with dementia 
Information and knowledge of memory loss 
Practical advice 
Help and advice regarding legal documents such as LPA 
Local community organisations such as Day Centres and charities 
Assistive Technology 
Specialised Products 
How we can help - caring for some-one with living dementia 
Create a regular daily routine 
Provide companionship 
Build up a trusting, fruitful relationship 
Ensure a safe environment 
Provide mind-stimulating activities (CST) 
Hold fun activities and social interaction 
Help and involvement with everyday tasks such as gardening, housework, meeting friends 
Trips to local shops, garden centres and parks 
Help with everyday tasks such as organising post, bills and banking 
Prepare a nutritious meal 
Domestic chores 
......and most importantly a familiar, friendly face 
Hospital to 
Home Care 
Palliative Care 
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