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A Holistic Approach to Dementia Care

We understand the level of anxiety and distress that living with Dementia can have on someone. We understand that being in your own home, in familiar settings with your family and friends around can help calm your anxiety.

Our care team provide a truly person-centred approach that builds trusting relationship, encourages social interactions and empowers people to continue to make choices about their care for as long as possible.

What type of service do you provide for people with dementia?

At Lots of Care, we understand that dementia goes beyond medical needs; it's about enhancing overall well-being. Our approach to dementia is holistic, recognising that individuals with dementia require support for their physical, emotional, and social needs. We provide personalised care plans that encompass cognitive stimulation, emotional support, physical activity, and nutrition. By addressing these aspects in a comprehensive way, we aim to improve the quality of life for our clients with dementia, allowing them to live comfortably and maintain their dignity as they navigate this challenging journey.

The type of dementia care service we provide includes:

  • Personal care

  • Overnight care

  • Companionship

  • Medication assistance

  • Meal preparation and nutrition monitoring

  • Assistance with shopping

  • Live in care

What are the different types of dementia?

All our staff will have dementia training so that they have the knowledge to properly care for someone living with dementia.

Alzheimer’s Disease

  • The most common form of dementia in the UK

  • Alzheimer’s is progressive: the brain will gradually, over time become more damaged

  • Proteins build up in the brain and form abnormal structures that affect the connections between the nerve cell in the brain, this results in nerves cells  dying and lose of brain tissues

  • Early signs of Alzheimer’s disease can be mild memory loss , other symptoms can be : speech, sight , connection and planning and orientation

Vascular dementia

  • Caused by reduced blood supply to the brain due to diseased blood vessels: this results in the death of brain cells

  • Cognition – the death of blood cells causes problems with memory, thinking and reasoning. When these cognitive problems affect daily life, this is known as vascular dementia

  • Signs of vascular dementia are slowness of thought , lack of concentration, behavioural changes and difficulties panning and communicating

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