Dementia care isn’t always necessary as soon as you receive a diagnosis, however symptoms will vary from person to person and so will the necessity for care. When you and your loved ones have decided that the time is right to seek care you need to know that you’re going to be supported by a company who are highly experienced in caring for people with dementia in their own homes, and that’s where Helping Hands come in. For more than 30 years we’ve been the homecare experts, offering both visiting and live-in care to suit your needs and preferences. Our incredibly compassionate carers will come to you as much as you need to ensure that you live your best life possible at home, and our Hatfield care team will keep you as independent as possible for as long as you need.
Remaining at home for dementia care is a positive alternative to residential care because you can stay in the home you love, receiving care from amazing carers who will follow your personalised support plan to ensure you live with dementia as well as possible. Remaining at home for your care can help to reduce confusion and anxiety because you’re in familiar surroundings, amongst people, pets and possessions that mean everything to you. Perhaps you love the view from your window or sitting in the garden on sunny days, which you wouldn’t be able to do if you had to relocate to a care home, and therefore may contribute to your cognitive decline.
Dementia care at home from the dedicated Hatfield team will see you having a bespoke package of care designed for you that will be delivered for you by compassionate carers who will regularly go above and beyond to ensure that you always live well with dementia. Whether you choose visiting care or live-in care, you will always receive the highest standards of care, whatever type of dementia you are living with. Our carers will support you with your medication requirements, meal planning and preparation, housework, personal care, mobility, accessing the local community and anything else you need.
Our carers are experienced in dementia care and will be able to support you expertly at home, thanks to the training they receive when they join us, as well as the development opportunities we ensure they get throughout their career. We ensure our carers are screened through the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and their backgrounds are thoroughly checked so that you and your loved ones can be confident about who is coming into your home. Thanks to being regulated by the Care Quality Commission & Care Inspectorate Wales, you and your family will always receive the highest standards of care from us.
If you would like to learn more about dementia care in the Hatfield area, call our friendly customer care team seven days a week and they can advise you. Alternatively, contact us via our website and we’ll be happy to call you back.