Dementia is a condition that can impact your day-to-day life. From memory loss to problems with language, these are just some of the symptoms that can occur. There are more than one hundred types of dementia, with Alzheimer’s and vascular dementia being the most common. However, it is possible to live well with the condition. With the help of the Helping Hands Wellingborough care team, you will receive guidance and support in the comfort of your home, so you can lead life the way you want.
Our homes are more than just buildings, they provide us with shelter, security and happiness. For some, homes are their prized possessions and for others, they are places full of endless memories. It’s a place of familiarity, which is important, especially for those living with dementia. Plus, being cared for at home allows you to be in control. You can eat whenever you like, take a nap when you wish and have your loved ones visit as often as you like. Our carers will work around you, so there will be minimal disruption to your routine.
All our care plans are bespoke and flexible. They are reviewed regularly and if any changes need to be made, this can be done. When we put a care plan in place, we take time to get to know your culture, beliefs, interests and hobbies, as your mental wellbeing is important to us. Whether you enjoy going for a walk, going to the café to meet your friends, or like to read the daily newspaper, we will make sure you continue to invest time in things you enjoy.
Our carers work very hard to provide you with the care you need. If you need someone to check on you when you get up in the morning or help you with preparing dinner, our carers can visit you as little as 30-minutes a week or longer with our visiting-care package. Or if you need constant support then you may find our live-in care package a better fit for you.
Our carers are the backbone of the company and work hard to make people’s lives a little easier. They must complete our award-winning training programme when they start their employment with us. All our carers also continue to keep their skills up to date via our refresher courses. They are trained in different modules, including first aid and safeguarding.
We are also part of the Dementia Action Alliance, an organisation that works with communities to help individuals living with dementia. Our services are regularly monitored by the Care Quality Commission and Care Inspectorate Wales. This is to ensure we provide our customers with exceptional person-centred care.
If you would like more details on our dementia care packages in Wellingborough and the surrounding areas, then give our friendly customer specialist care team a call today. They are available seven days a week and are happy to answer any questions you may have. Or you can talk to us via Live Chat or contact us via our website and a member of our team will get back to you as soon as they can.