Care Dementia Patients

If you notice a friend, loved one or yourself increasingly becoming forgetful then it may be wise to talk to your GP about you or your concerns for them as these may be early dementia stages and you may be progressing towards Alzheimer’s disease or generally vascular dementia.

The National Health Service (NHS) defines dementia as a syndrome associated with an ongoing decline of brain functioning.

As Dementia affects an individual’s mental abilities, affected people find planning and organising difficult. A person with Dementia will therefore often or usually need help from friends and/or relatives as maintaining their independence becomes a problem.

Our Staff are Dementia Care trained and all highly experienced Caregivers are available 24/7 to assist you and/or support your family to manage this situation.


How do I know its Dementia?

You would obviously need to consult your GP before coming to the conclusion that you need dementia care as patients will not be in a position to diagonose which dementia stages they may be at or whether or not it is vascular dementia or even otherwise. It is especially important to act quickly if you notice any or some of the problems listed below as it is strongly adviseable to do so sooner rather than later. 

Related problems may include:

Memory Loss, Reduced thinking speed, Lowered mental sharpness and agility, Language , Understanding, Judgement, Mood, Movement, Difficulty carrying out daily tasks

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