We train our carers to try and understand any sources of anxiety or resulting aggression from someone who is living with a type of dementia. They offer gentle encouragement and support to help your loved one feel at ease.
Building trust is always essential, and a regular carer can build an ongoing relationship and rapport. That carer will promote independence as much as possible, allowing your loved one to make choices themselves and keep to the daily routines that are most important to them.
Over half of our customers are living with some form of dementia, which is why we provide dementia training to each of our carers. We have plenty of experts and specialists here who can help with promoting your loved one’s independence and advise on tactics if you or your family are struggling.