If you are living with, or have recently been diagnosed with dementia, we can provide specialist support.
We offer in-house dementia training with a registered trainer to both CareGivers and family members. We can develop a care plan to suit the needs of the Kingsway Care Client and make adjustments at home to make things easier. For example, improved lighting, swapping drawers for shelves, and placing reminders for where to find things can make daily life easier. We can also call to remind clients about meals and medication.
Lucy: “Kingsway Care is a caring company. I asked for consistent carers for my 91 yr old mother who suffers with dementia. I have been allocated three carers and all three are very good and have noted things that could help mum’s ongoing care. The managers are in contact frequently to keep me and their records up to date, and on hand for any problems that I’m concerned about regarding mum. I fully endorse Kingsway.”
The early signs of dementia will vary and be different for each person. These early signs can be worrying for the person and family members watching their loved one’s condition progress. Being able to stay living at home surrounded by familiar things is the best place for the well-being of the person suffering from dementia.
Both charities encourage everyone to learn more about the condition so that we can understand and support the person living with dementia.
Also read our guest blog by Norman McNamara. He was diagnosed with early onset dementia at the age of 50. He shares his experiences of living with dementia and how music can help. https://kingswaycare.com/2022/01/27/living-with-dementia/
If you or a loved one need support living with dementia, contact our friendly team for a chat.
Telephone: 01273 077444 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org