Companions of London

Your care is our care

Thursday 18th of January 2018

Phone Number: 020 3519 8001

Email Address: [email protected]

Dementia Care at Home

When you discover that yourself or a loved one has been diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer's, it can become difficult to prepare for the future. You will need to explore the options for dementia care at home. You will want to ensure that the correct care is available when you need it and that you can remain feeling confident living within your own home.

Dementia Care at Home

Dealing with Denial

Working as a family

How you can assist

Coping as a Carer

Living with Delusions

Avoiding loneliness

What is Dementia?

Slowing the progress

Family relationships

We understand that it may become difficult working with dementia patients. Dementia and Alzheimer's disease can cause the sufferer to become confused and forgetful. So it is important to remain within familiar surroundings for as long as possible. It can become difficult to undertake easy tasks such as getting dressed or preparing food. This can lead to a person feeling vulnerable and in need of reassurance.

Dementia Care London 

Are you looking for dementia care in the London area?

Companions of London will introduce you to experienced home workers who are fully trained in dealing with people who suffer from Alzheimer's or dementia. You may not know how to deal with someone with dementia. Our care providing staff can help make their lives, and the lives of the family around them easier to manage. 

Person centred dementia care

Person centred dementia care focuses on ensuring that your loved one is included in the dementia care they receive.  Every effort will be made to address their personal concerns and make them as comfortable as possible.

If you require person centred dementia care at home Companions of London can help. You can arrange for your carer to visit you as little or as often as you require. If you feel that your condition is getting more severe, you can adjust our services accordingly. 

Our dementia home help staff can help you or a loved one with the following:

  • Help getting dressed
  • Social activities to improve memory
  • Shopping and handling money
  • Preparing meals
  • Bathing and personal care
  • Contacting doctors or support services on your behalf

People with dementia often forget to look after themselves as well as they did before they developed the disease. It is important that they remain fit and healthy as possible to encourage independence. Our home care staff will ensure that the person that we care for eats a balanced diet and gets regular exercise.

Caring for patients with dementia

We can introduce you to caregivers who are fully trained in caring for patients with dementia. Companions of London offer complete care services for dementia patients. 

We provide access to person centred Alzheimer's and dementia care at home. Please call us today on 020 3519 8001 for further information about our services in London.

Are you looking for more information about dementia care in your own home? These resources offer more information about Alzheimer's and dementia care.