If a loved one is struggling to recall key information about people, places, or daily life in general, there are certain circumstances that may lead them to eventually be diagnosed with a form of dementia. This can be a difficult and uncertain time for both the person and their loved ones, as concerns about the future weigh heavy on everyone, however it’s often possible to live well with dementia for a long time after diagnosis. Remaining in the home you love can contribute towards you living well for as long as possible, and home care in Monmouth from our local care team can be an integral part of this happening.
Whether you’ve been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, vascular dementia, or a rarer form, you will have many questions about how the future may unfold. Because Helping Hands is a leading home care company and we’ve had over 30 years’ experience caring for people in their own homes living with dementia, we can make a difference to your daily life. Even if you’re managing well at present, you may benefit from talking to us about how you would like any care to transpire in the future; this ensures that you’ll still be able to live as well as possible even if you’re not able to express your wishes.
Our reputation for exceptional standards of care mean that you and your loved ones can be reassured by the people we send to support you, as well as the package of care we’ll design for you. Because we focus solely on providing ‘whole-person’ support, we’ll ensure that we care for not only your physical but emotional wellbeing too. You will be supported by a detailed plan that will contain how you want your everyday routine to continue, so that your care proceeds to your exact requirements and you live as well as you can for as long as possible at home. We offer care and support on both a visiting or live-in basis, so whether you need us for an hour or two a week or around the clock, we can be there for you.
Our careworkers do amazing things every single day for the customers we support, meaning that those people living with dementia and other conditions can remain living in the home they love. We only select people to work for us who have natural qualities of kindness and compassion, knowing that they will make the best careworkers, regardless of experience. We build on their existing skills to make sure that they are confident and equipped with all of the techniques and knowledge to care for you under any circumstances. Helping Hands is also a long-term member of the Dementia Action Alliance, meaning that we are fully committed to ensuring the best quality of life for every person living with dementia. In addition, because Helping Hands are regulated by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales, you and your loved ones can be confident that we’ll always deliver the highest standards of care and support.
The friendly branch team in Monmouth will be happy to discuss your requirements with you and answer any questions you may have around dementia care. Find your closest branch details here. You can also chat to us over the phone or via our website, or we’ll call you back at your own convenience.