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Amaiva Home Care: Specialised Dementia Home Care Services across Brighton, Saltdean, Rottingdean, and Peacehaven

At Amaiva, we have years of experience caring for individuals with dementia. Living with dementia can be challenging, not only for the sufferers but also for those around them. We provide care and support to alleviate the strain, offering a comprehensive care package that helps you live your lives more comfortably

Dementia Care Services

 

At Amaiva Home Care, we understand the unique challenges faced by individuals living with dementia and their families. Our specialised dementia home care services are designed to provide supportive, compassionate, and personalised care within the comfort of one’s own home. Serving Brighton & Hove, Saltdean, Rottingdean, and Peacehaven, our dedicated carers are trained in dementia care, offering support that not only addresses the symptoms but also enhances the quality of life for our clients.

Personalised Dementia Care Plans: Each individual with dementia experiences it differently. At Amaiva Home Care, we develop personalised care plans that specifically cater to the individual needs of each client. Our plans are comprehensive and cover various aspects of living with dementia, including cognitive stimulation, daily living support, personal care, and ensuring a safe home environment.

Enhancing Daily Living with Compassionate Support: Our carers are committed to making daily life as comfortable and enriching as possible. They assist with:

  • Cognitive Stimulation: Activities tailored to engage and stimulate the mind.

  • Routine Establishment: Helping maintain a daily routine to provide a sense of structure and familiarity.

  • Personal Care: Sensitive and dignified assistance with personal hygiene and grooming to maintain wellbeing.

  • Nutritional Support: Preparing nutritious meals that cater to health needs and preferences.

Emotional and Social Support: Understanding the emotional and social needs of those with dementia is crucial. Our carers provide companionship and support to help alleviate feelings of isolation and confusion. They are trained to handle emotional challenges sensitively and effectively, promoting a positive environment.

Safety and Security in Familiar Surroundings: Maintaining safety in a familiar environment is essential for individuals with dementia. Our carers ensure that the home is adapted to meet the safety needs of clients, helping prevent accidents and manage risks associated with dementia.

Medication Management and Health Supervision: Our skilled carers manage medication schedules to ensure that all medical needs are met promptly and accurately. They also monitor health changes and coordinate with healthcare providers to manage the condition effectively.

Flexible Care Adjustments to Meet Evolving Needs: As dementia progresses, care needs may change. Amaiva Home Care is flexible and responsive to these changes, adapting care plans as required to ensure that care remains appropriate and effective at all stages.

Get in Touch: Learn more about how Amaiva Home Care’s specialised dementia home care services in Brighton, Saltdean, Rottingdean, and Peacehaven can support you or your loved one. Contact us today to discuss your specific needs and how we can help.

From the Brighton & Hove City Council Website 

If your GP thinks you have dementia, they may refer you to the Memory Assessment Service. The Memory Assessment Service can do memory tests, make a diagnosis and give ongoing support and information. If you are referred to the Memory Assessment Service you will receive a named Memory Support Worker to support you throughout your journey.  

There are benefits in receiving a diagnosis of dementia, as it enables access to treatment and support that would otherwise be unavailable.

With the right help and support, many people can live well with dementia.

Further information can also be found on the NHS website
Further reading on Alzheimer's can be Read Here.

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