Dementia care provides specialist support to those who are suffering with dementia and require some extra assistance.
The decision to begin using care services is often driven from necessity, below are some useful articles about dementia & alzheimer's.
If you have any further question please contact our specialist Care Adviser team.
In this article, we explore the costs associated with dementia care in the UK including residential care, nursing care and home care.
No, this is not a silly question. Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia accounting for 62% of all dementia diagnoses.
Read this informative article to find out more information about the common types of dementia and how to spot the early signs of it!
Scientists have determined that some mental exercises can help to slow down the progression of dementia. Read this article for 5 great activity ideas!
For some elderly people, going through the process of diagnosing dementia is not necessary. For others, a firm diagnosis is helpful & gives a name to everything they are experiencing.
There are over 400 different types of dementia, however, you can read about the 5 most common types in this article.
This article will share information on what to expect of your loved one's cognitive ability at each of the 7 stages of dementia.
Are you considering residential care for someone with dementia? We have created this article to help you make an informed decision.
Being the primary carer of a loved one who has Alzheimer's is not something that anyone prepares for; we have put together an article offering some guidance.
This article covers a lot of important questions about dementia and dispels some myths. It will leave you feeling more confident in your ability to deal with this illness and care for yourself and your loved ones.
Learn how artificial intelligence is improving the potential of care through its role in dementia diagnosis, progression, and at-home treatment.
Spontaneous trips out may be a thing of the past but there are dementia cafes, English Heritage sites and museums which are making every effort to be dementia-friendly.
Below are some of the most popular locations for nursing, residential, home and live-in care support, click to find out more about the support offered in these areas.