We here at Your Care and Support
can provide highly trained carers who can support and help those who have dementia by providing dementia home care, if you or someone in your family has dementia we are here to help. We know about the different conditions that may result in having dementia and we can assist and help individuals and family members cope with the difficulties that comes with caring of loved ones with dementia.
We can discuss your needs and provide you with the care and support needed on a daily basis, please send us your contact details or call us and one of our dementia specialist will discuss your needs.
There has been a lot of changes in the area of Dementia, firstly there are more people living with dementia. The Alzheimer's Society said that there would be over 850,000 people with dementia in the UK in 2015 and most people will have a family member or a close friend who has dementia.
Another reason is that the diagnosis of dementia is catching the illness at an early stage and this allows treatment and support much earlier and this gives people the time to plan and prepare for support and treatment and to arrange dementia home care.
People want to remain active and stay in the comfort of their own home with familiar surroundings and to live their lives with dignity and respect. We at Your Care and Support can provide you with a specialist service to meet your needs, everyone's needs are different and we can discuss with you your needs and assess the type of support you may need.
We aim to make a difference with people living with dementia.
Our dementia home carers can provide emotional and physical support in the comfort of your own home, we can also help with the changes that happen while living with Dementia.
Early stages of dementia
We can focus on how you can live with your condition, how you can keep active and how to make a comfortable, safe home helping you with your independence. Other things you may want to consider are writing a will, sorting out your finances and arranging a Power of Attorney
That everyone affected with dementia can receive specialist care, support and advice