Dementia Care

Dementia and Alzheimer's Care

Based in Derbyshire, our team is dedicated to providing compassionate and professional care to the elderly, especially those with dementia.

Understanding individuals living with dementia and Alzheimer's.

Dementia, a complex disorder, encompasses symptoms that signify a steady decline in cognitive abilities. According to the esteemed NHS, a staggering 850,000 individuals in the UK grapple with dementia, with 1 out of every 14 people over 65 and 1 in 6 individuals above 80 bearing its burden. Among the various forms of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease reigns supreme as the most prevalent type in the UK.

Personalised care for individuals living with dementia.

At Hygea, we understand dementia and its impact on individuals and families. Our dementia care services are personalised to provide support and comfort at home. 

Our caregivers are trained to recognise dementia needs and behaviours. We work with healthcare professionals to create a comprehensive care plan.

With Hygea, your loved one is in capable and compassionate hands. We focus on promoting well-being, independence, and belonging for those with dementia. Trust us to cater to their unique needs and enhance their quality of life.

What are the Symptoms of Dementia?

These are just some of the common traits of a loved one suffering with dementia, call our team today for advice and support at 0115 648 6630.

Carers specifically trained in Dementia care

Our Hygea Care Professionals are trained to care for those with dementia and Alzheimer’s. They empower clients to make decisions and ensure their safety. They provide relief for family caregivers and maintain a safe environment.

Our professionals go beyond basic care. They assist with personal care, medication, nutrition and hydration, ensuring all aspects of a client’s well-being are taken care of.

They also build meaningful relationships with clients and their families, engage clients in activities, and promote social connections that lead to a fulfilling life.

Caring for individuals with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease involves medical management, emotional support, and creating a safe environment. The goal is to maximise the quality of life for the individual and their family. Establishing a routine with structure and predictability can reduce confusion and agitation.

Tailoring activities to abilities and interests, such as music or art, can promote engagement without causing stress. Clear, straightforward communication and nonverbal cues are essential as verbal communication becomes more challenging.

Home safety modifications, like installing locks and removing hazards, are necessary to prevent accidents. Support for caregivers through respite care and counselling is essential to manage stress.

Legal and financial planning, like setting up power of attorney, should be done early in the disease process.

Overall, caring for someone with dementia or Alzheimer’s requires addressing physical, emotional, and environmental needs while providing support for caregivers.

Home care for individuals with dementia is crucial for meeting their needs and supporting their families. Dementia causes cognitive decline, memory loss, communication difficulties, and changes in behaviour. As the condition progresses, more care and supervision are usually needed.

Home care ensures the safety of individuals with dementia by providing personalised support and preventing risks like wandering and falls. Caregivers help with daily activities and create a familiar environment to reduce confusion and agitation.

Home care gives family caregivers a break and helps prevent burnout. Caregivers also act as a link between individuals with dementia and healthcare professionals, providing updates and ensuring prompt attention to any health issues.

Overall, home care improves the quality of life for individuals with dementia and their families by offering personalised support, maintaining safety, providing respite, and managing dementia-related challenges.

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