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Dementia Care

At Cera we understand that regular routine and familiar surroundings are important factors when living with dementia. This is why we offer expert care to help elderly people comfortably stay in their own homes for as long as possible.

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Dementia Care

What is dementia care in the home?

Dementia care can be provided for anyone who is suffering from any form of dementia, whether they are in the early stages or have had dementia for a number of years. Our dementia home care is provided by specially trained carers and is personalised to ensure that all the challenges associated with dementia can be dealt with. This will ensure that safety and security for your loved one can be provided within their own home.

What are the options for dementia care at home?

We offer a range of care your loved ones with dementia, care can either be nightly or full-time live-in. Our carers can provide a range of services for your loved one depending on their individual level of dementia and problems associated with this.

Benefits of dementia care

Many of the difficulties associated with dementia such as; confusion, memory loss, aggression and incontinence can mean those suffering from dementia feel that it is harder to remain independent and live their normal lives. Our carers will help your loved one to remain independent within their own home, enabling them to maintain their normal routines and continue to feel comfortable and safe.

Benefits of CQC regulated elderly care

Cera is regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the national governing body for regulation of health and social care. The CQC undertakes regular inspections to ensure that care companies are performing to a strict standard that ensures, safe, reliable, high quality, well-led and effective social care. The advantages of receiving CQC regulated elderly care include; the maintenance of a high standard and quality of safe care via regular inspections and training to ensure that your loved ones are well cared for. You can also register complaints or praise about the quality of care that you receive with Cera via the CQC, giving you a voice in the standard of care that you expect to receive for yourself or your loved one. It is strongly advised that you chose a care company that is CQC regulated in order to ensure safe, high quality care.

Funding Elderly Home Care

There are two main options for funding elderly home care, these include means tested funding from your local authority or private, self-funding. If you qualify for social funded care, we can accept payments from your local authority and speak with them to arrange payment options. We can also help you arrange top-up payments if your local authority does not cover the full cost of your care requirements. Further queries can be answered by talking to one of our care specialists over the phone.
To check whether you are eligible for public funding please follow this advice from Age UK.


How we can help

Household help

Running a home can be hard work, demanding and sometimes overwhelming. Our Professional Carers are on hand to offer assistance with day-to-day tasks including washing up, cleaning, laundry and cooking meals.

Personal care and hygiene

Ill health or reduced mobility can often impact the ability of elderly people to look after their personal hygiene and to stay healthy. Cera home care services ensure a tailored approach to care is provided, getting dressed and using the toilet.

Medication Prompting

Our home help service includes medication prompting, with all of our Professional Carers trained to administer medication. They will also be on hand to advise on diet, encourage your loved one to drink water, and help them exercise.

Companionship and personal assistance

Central to the home care that we provide is to ensure our Professional Carers build meaningful relationships with those in their care to encourage socialising, happiness and independence.

Specialist Care

Running a home can be hard work, demanding and sometimes overwhelming. Our Professional Carers are on hand to offer assistance with day-to-day tasks including washing up, cleaning, laundry and cooking meals.

Our Services

Each of our care services are designed to make it possible for elderly and vulnerable people to stay in the place they most want to be: home.

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