dementia care

Dementia Care Home Wakefield

Our dedicated team of carers are trained to give your loved one the specialist care they need. Our staff understand the significance of the condition and understand how to care for someone living with dementia, so you have peace of mind knowing they are in safe hands…

what is dementia care?

Nearly 600 people develop dementia every day, according to Alzheimer’s Research UK. Whilst the common symptoms include memory loss, confusion and mood swings, the way dementia presents itself varies from individual to individual. This can often make caring for a loved one with dementia an incredibly difficult and sometimes lonely experience.

We understand these difficulties and are here to help you every step of the way – let us take away the stress of your loved one’s care so you can treasure the happy times.

when is dementia care needed?

It can sometimes be hard to tell when a loved one is experiencing the early signs of dementia, and finding the right care early on will help with the management of the illness.

Our friendly carers will meet with you and your loved one to assess their care needs, following which we will offer advice about how we may be able to help, which may involve support in one of our homes on a respite or more permanent basis. Our advice and support does not stop there, and we will be there every step of the way.

what are the benefits of dementia care?

As well as the obvious support to those caring for loved ones, there are multiple benefits to finding specialist care for those living with dementia:

  • Access to professional care - Specialist carers understand that dementia manifests itself in different ways for each individual and are able to adapt their care to fit in with their needs at any given moment.
  • Fall prevention - People living with dementia are often prone to trips and falls. With 24/7 care, we are here when residents need us.
  • Activities and wellbeing - Keeping active is an important part of managing dementia. We have daily activities to keep residents busy, benefiting mental and physical health and giving residents the opportunity to socialise and make new friends.
  • Peace of mind - We understand how difficult it is to care for a loved one living with dementia, so you can rest easy knowing that they’re in safe ands and being well looked after.

More information on fees and availability? Call 01924 589 430