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Dementia & Alzheimer’s Care

Our trained Guardian Angel Carers provide the highest level of Dementia Care

Though the biggest risk factor for dementia is the natural ageing process, the condition is not inevitable. When factors of ageing do lead to dementia, the impact can be significant for individuals and their families.

Guardian Angel Carers offer a wide range of relevant services. We support both the person with dementia and those providing care who may also need assistance.

Skilled carers for any level of care

Guardian Angel Carers are responsive to the changing personal needs of individuals living with Dementia and Alzheimer’s. No matter what level of care the person may need at any given point, we are here to help. In the earliest stages of Dementia or Alzheimer’s, perhaps all that is necessary is a daily visit to ensure all is well. Later stages of the condition may require more intensive care options. We can facilitate daily activities like shopping, meal preparation, and attending to medications and appointments.
Our friendly carers provide attentive companionship, personal care and physical and emotional support. Contact us to learn more about the customised care Guardian Angel Carers can provide.

Feel good about help at home

We understand

Our Guardian Angel Carers are familiar with the changing circumstances that characterise dementia care. We understand the challenges of living with or caring for someone with this condition. Our trained CareAngels support both the person with dementia and their carers.

Symptoms of Dementia

Most often, memory loss is the earliest indication of dementia. Other early warning signs of dementia may include:

  • Remembering events from years ago more easily than recent ones
  • Confusion in a familiar place
  • Problems keeping track of personal belongings
  • Forgetting to do routine household tasks
  • Struggling to remember a name
  • Other forms of cognitive impairment

Why Guardian Angel Carers?

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Dementia – The importance of getting help

Dementia affects people in different ways and symptoms develop at varied rates. You can even ascribe early symptoms of dementia to stress, fatigue or normal ageing. However, doctors encourage anyone experiencing signs to make an appointment with their GP. Without treatment, symptoms of dementia can lead to more serious features of the condition more quickly.

We can support you and your loved ones, no matter what stage of dementia currently affects your family.

Alzheimer’s disease and Dementia – What’s the connection?

The best known causes of dementia are:

  • Alzheimer’s disease: losing nerve cells but not knowing the cause
  • Vascular dementia: losing brain function after multiple small strokes.

Dementia – What to expect after diagnosis

Early diagnosis and intervention offer many benefits that can assist a person coping with the challenges of dementia. However, not everyone reacts the same.

For some, a diagnosis can spark feelings of despair, anger, and sadness. Also, conversations about dementia care can be emotionally challenging, especially if they involve the discussion of end-of-life wishes.

Others find it reassuring that communication problems and behavioural changes have a clear explanation. Patients and their families may also welcome the start of treatment and customised care. In either case, your Guardian Angel Carers will act with the necessary sensitivity and provide the support you need.

Useful resources on Alzheimer’s and Dementia:

Alzheimer’s Society

Dementia UK

Dementia Support Groups

Age UK – getting care and support

Three easy steps to Guardian Angels Care

1. Get in Touch

Either call or email or use the simple form below, and one of our friendly care team will either chat to you or respond to your enquiry.

2. Free Assessment

We will work out the type and amount of help or care that is required. A dedicated care manager will visit you at home or hospital for a free no obligation initial assessment.

3. Care begins

Once help or care is in place we will continually monitor and review this situation to make sure you are receiving the care you need.

Get in touch with us today. We will listen, guide and advise you on the best options for you, even if that means referring you elsewhere.

Specialist Care

There are a wide range of conditions for which you may be requiring care at home.