Short-term breaks for caregrivers that can relive stress.

Allows the person being reciving care interact with other people.

Improved relationship bedtween carer and cared for.

Reduces stress for the carer and family - leads to greater patience.

What Is Dementia Care?

Dementia is a term for a variety of developmental body and memory conditions. The brain consists of billions of neurons (nerve cells) that are communicated by chemical signals with one another. If a person has dementia, the neurons will suffer. These messages can not be sent effectively and all the roles of the brain will be affected.


Dementia care is all about assisting family or a friend to continue residing in his own house. Whether you just need someone in the morning to check your loved one first thing and help them with personal attention or breakfast, or to ensure they are safe during the night, you can guarantee that our full-trained caregivers will help you whenever you need them. They can also help in other fields, for example:


  • Medication support.
  • Helping with mobility.
  • Facilitating hobbies, activities, and social interaction.
  • Preparing meals and tending to household tasks.

What Do Dementia Careers Do?

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The sort of care you want will be determined by your care assessment. At Always Healthcare Recruitment Agency Ltd, we create unique care plans tailored to your specific needs, meaning the services we offer will vary with every individual. 


Your caregivers responsibilities may comprise of: 


  • Helps your loved one remain safe at home
  • Builds confidence and encourages engagement
  • Provide nutritious meals and activities to encourage healthy eating
  • Creates opportunities for social interaction
  • Provides stimulating activities
  • Builds self-esteem and enhances physical strength
  • Helps to understand different behaviours and needs

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“The way that we approach improvement for patient experience measures is to reframe it. The exercise is not to make consumers happy. The exercise is to reduce patient suffering”


- Deirdre Mylod, PhD, Executive Director of the Institute for Innovation