Dementia is a common health condition that affects around 850,000 people in the UK. Dementia can cause a variety of symptoms and have a major impact on a person’s physical and emotional health. We know how upsetting it can be to have a loved one diagnosed with dementia, but it’s important to remember that you’re not alone. At Helping Hands, we have been supporting people with dementia for more than 30 years. We believe that anyone with the condition can continue to lead a good quality of life with the right care and support. Our carers have been helping people with dementia live the lives they want to lead in the place they feel most comfortable – their home and community.
Our professional care team has three decades of experience caring for people with dementia. We are experts in the field of dementia care and are proud to be one of the UK’s leading dementia care providers. We are fully regulated by Care Quality Commission (CQC) and the Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW). This means you can have full confidence in the skills and capabilities of our carers. Our Milton Keynes home care team is passionate about quality home care and committed to helping people with dementia live well despite the condition. You can rest assured that your loved one with be in very good hands when you choose to trust Helping Hands with your care needs. Our carers are making a real difference in Milton Keynes – and all across the UK – by helping people with dementia live life on their terms.
The care needs of someone with dementia can be complex and the symptoms tend to progress quickly. People with dementia often require different care approaches as the condition evolves and this can make caregiving a challenge. This is why we always recommend seeking the support and guidance of a professional carer who has been trained in dementia care. It is crucial that a person with dementia is provided with the right support and care. Having assistance from one of our qualified dementia carers will ensure that your loved one can continue to live a safe and fulfilling life.
We can arrange for one of our dedicated carers to visit your loved one at home to assist with a wide range of activities. This may involve mobility support, household chores, running errands, administering medication, or simply providing companionship. Having this dedicated one-to-one support will allow your loved one to remain living at home surrounded by their familiar comforts. Our dementia home care services offer a great alternative to residential care. Your loved ones can maintain their freedom and independence, without the upheaval of moving to a new living environment. Your family can have peace of mind knowing that their loved one is receiving the specialist support they need.
We have more than 30 years of experience caring for people with dementia across the UK. Our carers will always treat you as an individual and take the time to learn about your situation. Then, we will create a unique home care plan that is tailored to the needs of your loved one. Our care packages are flexible and can be updated as and when your requirements change. We provide two main types of care: visiting care and live-in care. Visiting care can be scheduled from several days a week, while live-in care provides around-the-clock support from a team of live-in carers. Live-in support is the best option if your loved one requires full-time or regular care. You will be able to relax knowing that your loved one has continuity of care and is receiving the support they need.
Our Milton Keynes home carer team has extensive experience supporting people with dementia and we are fully committed to providing outstanding home care. We know that it can be difficult to decide how to support a loved one with dementia, but we’re here to guide you through the process. You can give our Milton Keynes care team a call 24 hours, 7 days a week. Our friendly advisors are always happy to answer any questions or queries. You can also pop into your local branch to meet the team and discuss our dementia home care services in more detail.