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Dementia affects the family, friends and day-to-day carers of a loved one. When caring for someone with a dementia it is important to feel that you have someone to turn to for advice and support. Your named Care Assessor will be your point of contact and can be on hand when you need to talk. They will know your situation inside and out so will often be able to offer their advice and support, no matter what the query.
If you are a family carer, it is vital you take regular breaks away from your caring role. This is sometimes referred to as respite care. Taking a break allows you to recharge your batteries, so you are ready to return to your caring role again; this can be for just a few hours a day or a few hours a week or even a long weekend – it’s up to you. And as the respite is delivered in your home you know your loved one will be happy in a place he or she knows with a carer they already have a good relationship with. You can relax and have peace of mind in the knowledge that your loved one is being well cared for and is enjoying the support and company that is in place.
We believe that living a purposeful and meaningful life with quality social interaction will add value to the lives of older people as well as those living with Dementia. Getting out and about, exercise, fresh air and plenty good quality social stimulation are all now widely recognised as significantly reducing or delaying the onset of dementia and can significantly improve the standard of living for those with the disease. We are committed to delivering relationship based care, making us the ideal choice to provide effective care for you or your loved ones.
Our care staff love to take clients out and about to explore and help keep your loved ones mind active and engaged.
Often simple aids or gadgets can assist someone with memory loss to manage better at home. In the same way that a ramp and a wheelchair may assist the independence and safety of a person with mobility needs, modifying the environment and using assistive technology may support the cognitive and practical needs of a person living with dementia.
Oran Care make use of a range of technology products that give peace of mind to family and loved ones. We can help you find solutions that can be integrated into you or your loved ones normal routine without being noticed, or with minimal disruption.
It is always a good idea to introduce assistive technology when the dementia is still at an early stage, so that you or your loved ones can gradually get used to new ideas. One of our friendly technicians can come to your home and do a full assessment and we always involve the person in decisions about which product or solution to use.
Supporting someone with dementia is always going to be more costly, as the level of support they typically need is quite high.
However, supporting someone at home with dementia care is often no more expensive than the average cost of a care home. This often means, that the decision about how to best support someone does not need to be financially driven, but can be made simple on what family feel is going to be best for them. We are always happy to offer our help and advice in this area, and if residential care becomes the only option we will happily provide advice.
Caring for someone with dementia is not something to be taken lightly and needs careful discussion and planning. Get in touch to see how we can help.