Do you want to stay in your home but finding it more difficult to do? Are tasks that were once routine now challenging and taking longer? Are you having difficulty remembering where things are or how to do things? Perhaps you are caring for someone living with dementia and each day is becoming more stressful?
Dementia can impact people in many ways and their behaviour can be testing/challenging. As a family member or caregiver, you may experience guilt, grief, loss and even frustration and anger. You are not alone and we can support you.
The care available to you at home is underpinned by our Rhythm of Life principles. The aim is to provide support and holistic care that meets the needs of each person and encourages independence. It’s not about working to a schedule but listening to what the person living with dementia needs on the day of the visit and supporting them to live the life they want to live.
We believe that everyone is infinitely valuable and deserves to live with high self-esteem and dignity, be respected, have a meaningful place in their community, and a chance to make meaningful contributions to society. Not only that but everyone should be active participants in their own care. For these reasons the focus is on your abilities and encouraging you to adopt re-ablement strategies to give you a level of independence and in turn, meaning and purpose. With our team of care workers, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Registered Nurses, you can rest assured that you will receive the full-spectrum of dementia care needs, at home.