Call our team of local homecare experts on 08000 622 622 and discuss the range of options we have available. Our team is available 24/7 and we aim to respond to all enquiries immediately.
Our experienced Care at home team will discuss your requirements, learn more about you or your loved one, and carry out a free assessment within 24 hours to understand the type of care you require.
Our team will create a bespoke care package based on your needs and preferences. All of our Care at home staff are carefully matched based on the individual requirements of you or your loved one.
Specialist dementia care in the comfort of your own home.
We understand that caring for someone with dementia can be challenging and sometimes stressful. At Nurseplus Care at home, our experienced care workers are highly trained to help reduce the effects and symptoms of dementia, in addition to providing reassurance and a familiar face to the individual and their family members.
Our Dementia Care at home service ensures that those living with dementia can remain in the comfort of their own home, rather than being placed in a residential care setting.
What is Dementia care at home?
Our dementia care service is tailored specifically to the requirements of you or a loved one, meaning that we have a full understanding of the care needs required. This could include helping someone with everyday tasks in the morning, or assisting with any sleep problems that dementia can cause.
Our professional, highly trained carers can visit for a couple hours right through to continuous live-in care, depending on the bespoke care package in place.
Here are some of the areas of dementia care our carers can assist with;
Helping with washing and bathing
Helping with incontinence and toilet use
Helping with eating and drinking
Assisting with everyday tasks such as shopping and gardening
"My mother is suffering from dementia. The whole experience has been incredibly distressing, however since Nurseplus Care at home have been on board with the care and support they provide for Mum, things have been made so much easier. My Mum loves the carers and looks forward to their visits. They treat my Mum with care and support her with the utmost dignity and kindness. I would thoroughly recommend Nurseplus Care at home."
What is dementia?
Dementia is not a disease; dementia is the term given to a group of symptoms caused when the brain is damaged by diseases such as Alzheimer’s or a series of strokes. These symptoms often include memory loss, difficulties with thinking, problem solving or language and a person with dementia may also experience changes in their mood or behaviour. The specific symptoms that a person will experience will depend on the parts of the brain that have been damaged and the disease causing the dementia.
The most common cause of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease, however there are other causes including:
Vascular dementia is when a lack of oxygen to the brain causes nerve cells to die. This can be the result of a stroke, a series of mini strokes or a disease of the small blood vessels.
Dementia with Lewy bodies is when abnormal structures form in the brain and cause the death of nerve cells.
Mixed dementia is having more than one type of dementia with a mix of different symptoms
Frontotemporal dementia is the formation of clumps of abnormal proteins in the front and sides of the brain causing the death of nerve cells.
Unfortunately, dementia is progressive meaning that it will worsen over time.
Additional healthcare services at your fingertips
At Nurseplus Care at home we strive to ensure that our clients have all the support they need. That’s why we created Nurseplus Connect!
Nurseplus Connect aims to make healthcare services more accessible, with each and every one of our clients having access to a number of additional benefits included as part of their Care at home package.
Nurseplus Connect gives you free access to multiple healthcare services including an online GP, counselling and physio services.
Why choose Nurseplus Care at home?
We have been recruiting and training carers since 2005, so you can rest assured that you will be in safe hands
You will have a dedicated care team lead by an experienced Registered Manager
Carers chosen especially for you, so you can continue doing all the things you love
You will receive reliable care, from a team local to you
We run a responsive and flexible service, completely tailored to your needs.
The reassurance of a fully regulated care service
Exceptional, compassionate carers
At Nurseplus Care at home, we realise that letting someone into your home is a big step, so whilst our biggest priority is making sure the right medical support is in place, we don’t underestimate the importance of connecting with your care team on a social level. We match every client with a carer they can really connect with, so we will work with you and your loved ones to find a carer who will suit your personality and lifestyle so you can genuinely enjoy your time together.
Every single Nurseplus Care at home carer is subject to a stringent pre-screening and recruitment process, and mandatory training programme carried out by our dedicated Training team internally.
Dementia Care FAQs
Dementia care is a specialised service tailored to individuals living with dementia. It offers comprehensive support, safety, and quality of life enhancements for those wishing to remain in the comfort of their own home.
Dementia care encompasses personalised care plans, cognitive stimulation, medication management, assistance with daily tasks, and emotional support to enhance the well-being of those with dementia at home.
Our dementia care service is designed for individuals diagnosed with dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, and their families who seek professional and compassionate care whilst remaining at home.
Yes, our dementia carers are highly trained, qualified, and specialise in dementia care in the home. All of our carers undergo rigorous background checks and mandatory in-house training provided by Nurseplus.
Dementia care is specialised to address the unique challenges of dementia, focusing on cognitive stimulation, safety, and emotional support, with the aim of improving the overall quality of life whilst being able to remain in the comfort of their own home.