What is Dementia care?
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 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. Our carers are able to care for individuals suffering from a range of symptoms of dementia from providing companionship and reassurance to helping with personal care and mobility issues. Dementia care can be provided at any stage of dementia, we are here to help ensure the highest quality of life and care for your loved one suffering with dementia.
What are the options for Dementia care at home?
We offer a range of care your loved ones with dementia, care can either be hourly, 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. Our services include; companionship, domestic help, meal preparations, medication assistance, mobility assistance, personal care and hygiene care.
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. As symptoms of dementia progress we understand how important it is to maintain a stable and regular routine, we can ensure that your loved one will have continuity in the carer that they have looking after them in order to ensure that the highest quality of care can be provided.
Benefits of CQC Regulated Dementia 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 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 Dementia Care
There are two main options for funding dementia home care, these are either 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.